Brian and I were on a major apartment/house hunt with the boys. After all of that, we realized we really aren’t ready to move out of our apartment just yet.
It’s hard to move when you actually like where you live. Our building has yielded very few complaints from us over the past two years.
It’s no secret- I have no sense of direction.
GPS was invented for people like me, and ironically I still have yet to own a vehicle with built-in GPS, or the device itself.
Anyway, a few days ago I managed to get lost with the with the kids again. We were … Keep Reading!!!
Today I will be spending my morning at Homeboy Industries.
Last week, I brought my friend Shannon on a bit of an adventure (the girl is up for anything fun) to check out what Homeboy is cooking up- and apparently that would be baked goods and salsa (among other things).
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Homeboy Industries serves at-risk and gang involved youth with a continuum of services and programs designed to meet their multiple needs, and runs four businesses that serve as job-training
I don’t like dogs.
Heart of stone, you ask? Possibly.
I’m a cat person.
Here are a few of problems I have with the little mongrels:
I’ve been dying to take Brian to a Speakeasy.
We have heard great things about The Edison in downtown Los Angeles.
Earlier in the day Brian Surprised me with some of my favorite things:
Then off we went to The Edison.
It’s in the basement of the Higgins building, which still hosts the first generator in Los Angeles.
We entered through a back alley. And walked down a few flights of stairs to enter.
Brian and I went with his brother and SIL to the Avalanche Ducks game.
Truthfully, I can’t follow hockey well when I go to a game. My eyesight sucks and I can never see the puck. I also have (what I thought was) an irrational fear of getting hit by the puck.
However, I do LOVE going to the games.
For the awesome atmosphere:
The happy people:
Unforunately, a guy sitting two seats down from our group, … Keep Reading!!!
It is finally raining in Los Angeles!
I am all for the sunny weather, but I do appreciate a few days of fog and rain sprinkled into the winter.
Rainy Day Agenda:
Movies on the couch
finishing up the Fayye Foundation website with my best buddy, Mr Ellis.
You know, they tell me that I only need to come in every 3 years for my pap smear, but I am tempted to schedule it annually just for the compliments.
I know skid row has been all over the news recently. We were there about a week ago. Aram snapped some shots of life there that I thought were..
I got lost last year and ended up at their booth. Happiest accident ever. If you’re headed to Expo West, go meet Rohan and Anh over at Marley..