Chris and I explored Chino’s Planes of Fame Museum after I impulsively bought tickets off Groupon nearly two months ago. $11 for two entrance tickets to the museum – 50% off so definitely a steal.
Recently did a 5k to support the athletes at my younger brother’s school despite having a fever. You know what they? When in fever, sweat it out.
Before our drive home on Wednesday, Chris and I stopped by La Petite Sourie, a little hole-in-the-wall French cafe and bakery. The place is a hidden gem; they serve breakfast all day with all items under $10.
Recently, Chris and I saw Finding Neverland at Costa Mesa’s Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The musical details the story of how JM Barrie came to write Peter Pan.
Recently met up with another blogger friend in Pasadena. I’ve known Shar since our Livejournal days so it was cool to meet her while she was in town visiting from Arizona!
If you know me, you would know that I love going to “hipster” places and I also absolutely love lobster. So it was a blessing in disguise when I came across Slapfish through my Yelp account.
Recently finished my IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal certification course and thought about sharing about that. Also stumbled upon Creamistry.
My two obsessions: backpacks and patches. I’ve always loved backpacks but I recently realized how easy it is to sew patches! New project? Add patches to backpack = new hiking backpack!
For Christmas, I bought Chris and myself tickets to see our favorite basketball team play live – the Boston Celtics! We lost but the experience was really great.
Throwing it back to when Chris and I checked out the local Renaissance Faire in the area. It was our first time going so we dressed up as pirates and enjoyed our day! Ahoy, mateys!
Chris and I aren’t too big on Valentine’s Day but we did go out to eat some lobster grilled cheese for lunch and saw a movie. I ranted about other things as well.
Little known fact: I’ve worked with the elderly diagnosed with dementia now. As I close this chapter of my life, I wanted to share my experiences and a few things I’ve learned in this journey.