After a rainy week, Friday evening left me in need of some sunny skies.
So last night, my husband, Scott, and I went to Hawaii.
Ok, we didn’t actually hop a plane, but we did make the drive over to Billy’s at the Beach for the kick off of… Continue
My whole childhood was inundated with performance arts. When it came to dance, I had the full course of ballet, tap, and jazz. When I was seven-years-old, my mom added traditional Chinese dance to the mix of western disciplines. The transition wasn’t as hard as some would imagine. The key graceful controlled movements of Chinese dance echoed the composed forms found in ballet. But I didn’t learn the dances in a vacuum. I also grew up watching Chinese dances performances both on telecasts or… Continue
Tucked next to the busy tarmac at John Wayne Airport is a gleaming 30,000 square foot hangar housing the new Lyon Air Museum. The museum opened in December 2009 and is the vision of local homebuilder William Lyon. It offers a collection that brings the World War II era to life—from the planes that waged the air campaign in Europe and the Pacific; to WWII military vehicles and motorcycles; to planes and other vehicles that were in… Continue
You know what I love about lunch meetings? L - U - N - C - H. I'm a foodie at heart and getting to taste my way around SoCal is a job perk for sure. So last week I may have had to leave my cozy nest in… Continue
The 1992 blockbuster, Mighty Ducks, was my first PG movie. I know, MAJOR milestone.
Almost two decades later, I have ventured to my first hockey game, the Anaheim Ducks vs. the Dallas Stars at the Honda Center in Anaheim. I come apprehensive (how much fun can it be watching guys shuffle across ice? Answer: Umm, TONS of fun! )… Continue