My clothes were tangled in the washing machine and I had to use all my strength to unsnarl them. Seems so funny when I watch how others use their dexterity and physical strength. Here’s a memory from my trip to Cuba. An enthusiastic acrobatic show that had me on the edge of my seat. Just phenomenal
What a great night. A Rose by any other name is still a Rose. A Girls Night and Bachelorette Viewing party was sparked by the question; What is love. Each answer was profound, deep, meaningful, enlightening, rich, inviting, heartfelt and truly inspirational. Laughter, joy, enthusiasm, and excitement filled the house organized by our sister, friend and super host the official and our one and only “Rose” https://youtu.be/fMEP27ULX1E
Thru the years I have so many pictures with my Mom. Each photo is special and every moment and memory is precious and priceless in time. My Mom and I have such a remarkable relationship. She is my hero, my idol and my very best friend. We make each other laugh and we support each other thru life’s twists and turns. We are explorers, adventures, playmates and a united team. A mother and daughter team that is unstoppable, unbeatable and fueled with love. This Mother’s Day we celebrated by attending the Stars on Ice Show and our smiles beamed as the skaters danced before our eyes. Mother’s Day brunch with the family and a day filled with fun, joy, excitement and cheer. I looked for a photo to post and this picture has always touched my soul. I’m here inside her, helping my mom become a mother and my two grandmothers are beside her. Three generations on a lovely summer day at the beach and my very first 3 generational photo. I feel so blessed to be in this family and truly, I trust, I am the luckiest girl in the world to have you as my Mom. Wow. What a wonderful life. I love you Mom. Happy Mother’s Day. Happy every day with you.
Okay I truly believe we live in Mayberry. I’m here in Hong Kong and my concierge recommends his favorite sushi restaurant. Not a tourist hop but a locals hang with the freshest seafood and a personable sushi chef I would love. I took a cab maybe 25 minutes to this personal favorite spot and I sat at the sushi bar next to an American Girl (Gianna Reisen) A girl that lives in Los Angeles and is from, wait for it – yes, New Jersey just like me, and guess what she’s a dancer and she’s here performing Friday and Saturday night at the Cultural Center. Friday I’ll already be on to Nepal but when the troop is back in Los Angeles I’d love to organize a group to go and to support her. If you’re in Hong Kong Friday or Saturday. GO. I have a feeling by the way she talked about dance that she’s extraordinary. It is such a small world. By the way the sushi (Sushi Taki) was great. What a way to wrap up a trip to a Hong Kong and as I always believed, it’s a small world. Everyone is connected. Everyone is our neighbor and our friend.