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How’s it going?

As you can see I haven’t posted in quite a while.  What happened? Life happens? I really did enjoy the “blog” life in the early 2010’s, which seems so long ago. Some of the businesses I talked about have come

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Seaport Village – Not just for Tourists

Last week, I had a chance to meet some of the store managers and owners of several stores in Seaport Village through a blogger tour with some local bloggers. When I think of Seaport Village, I think of a place

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Coronado – Magical History and all the glory

The Magic of Coronado in all of its glory. I call this place my home away from home. So close yet seems so far away, no wonder there is such a rich history beyond the beach. I am sure the

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Detroit at the San Diego Reperatory Theatre

Just coming back from an adventure at the Oscars (another blog post altogether), I can see how if you love acting you want to do your best. The best go on to the award show circuits.  They prepare and practice

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The Headquarters San Diego – Shopping, History and more

One of my new favorite shopping centers in San Diego is The Headquarters located on Harbor Blvd. near Seaport Village. This center has several colorful fine restaurants, boutique shopping, artistic photography, artesian cheese and chocolate. It’s a match made in

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Experience underwater magic- Journey to the South Pacific

The latest IMAX movie is out at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center,  The movie was filmed in the tropical islands of remote West Papua, where life flourishes above and below the sea. Underwater filming was done with big cameras

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It’s my Birthday and I can cry if I want to

I could cry, but instead I’m not. I am finding that businesses love to give me free stuff on my birthday. I usually go to my local yogurt store and show them my i.d. and they give me a free

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Bucket List item San Diego: Crystal Pier Hotel & Cottages – Pacific Beach

Have you ever wanted to actually sleep over the ocean? I have. I have been walking past Crystal Pier for years but never actually inquired about sleeping on the ocean, so last weekend I did. I asked the lady for

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Dishcrawling through South Park

A couple of months ago, I attended the first ever Dishcrawl that Lindsay (@dishcrawlsd) hosted. This time, I was invited again to cover the South Park area. I remember when South Park was not a very desirable area to live

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Yarn Bombing in San Diego

It is not every day I meet yarn bombers. But luckily, I met one last week, her name Marcy Kraft. Like her last name, she is very crafty. She started this “hobby” as a stay-at-home-mom and it blossomed from there.

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