I’ll make this first part simple: volleyball brought me to San Diego (surprise, surprise). Really, volleyball has often brought me down here, as my second oldest played for the University of San Diego (flags with her picture are still up
The year I turned 40, I began a self study, tracking events, behaviors, and occurrences for 365 days. This experiment inspired Project 40 - my life in numbers and stories.
Don’t sit next to me.
Come too close and you might notice
I swear, my four day trip to Miami Beach was only supposed to be a quick little, stress-relieving, relaxing by the water girlfriends’ trip. When booked, I had no intentions of madly researching dining options, jotting down dishes to try
“So, you left sunny Long Beach, California to go on vacation in sunny Miami Beach, Florida?”
The question came from a Canadian, also on vacation in Miami Beach but, apparently, with a proper reason for making the trip. With Jet Blue’s
It wasn’t quite a quorum at our latest Ladies Who Dine outing, but a decent number of Ladies got themselves over for our May trip to Long Beach’s Roe Seafood. This place had us excited. We’d been awaiting a visit
Sundays in downtown Minneapolis are frustrating for out-of-towners. Despite the tease of bright, bold signs offering milkshakes, bagels, sandwiches, or falafel, this part of the city shuts down on the...
1 month agoby diateitThese crispy shrimp at MPLS's @pinkujapanese were wonderfully succulent and amazing. And the spicy tuna made me fall in love with spicy tuna (was a ST virgin). With my champagne cocktail, I had three perfect reasons to escape from my kid's volleyball tournament. More about my visit at http://wp.me/p5Sgvk-1pZ (link in bio). #dianderthal#diateit#pinKUJapanese