Archive for the ‘baby boomer’ Category
It’s spring. Here is the proof! Go to Ivar’s on Lake Union. Yum.
Read about Cheap Dates in Seattle. I have so much more to say, so I’ll have to write another Cheap Dates.
And, then I see this old picture of me (pink hat) and two pals. It reminds me that somewhere in time, I am smiling and warm and happy-go-lucky or holly-go-lightly or …. ok, I’ll stop rambling.
We were having lunch in Aix-en-Provence. (About 4 years ago.) I was eating a croque-monsieur sandwich because I knew what it was. I always ordered the same few things. Next time I will branch out into eating a croque-madame.
Anyway, this photo makes me happy. It reminds me of Paul Simon’s song “KODACHROME”. Funny this.
I hope to see the other Getty Spectacular tomorrow if our day fits the plan.
The Degas pastel (above) was one of my daughter’s favorite pieces. Good taste, for sure.
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Tomorrow we will probably see the Getty Villa or go to the beach or create something California Cool in happy-go-lucky beatnik flip-flops….and hopefully, we will find a way to fit in some tasty Pink’s hotdogs!
I am blogging from a Sydney hotel and the wifi costs by the minute. I have to be quick.
The Rocks area of Sydney was a rundown slum by the water. It’s a historic area where the colony first started. “The Rocks” now has tons of upscale restaurants and shops.
It seems like there is always another brilliant beach around every turn.
I wanted to stop in the Paddington area (Oxford Street) of Sydney. It’s like Sydney’s answer to Melrose.