I was on my way to work yesterday listening to the news and heard a blip about MJ's final resting place. I haven't blogged about the "King of Pop," (although I'm a big fan) until right now.
I actually heard the helicopters flying around UCLA campus when he was brought to RRMC, saw the fans and paparazzis waiting outside the hospital, and was one of the employees fighting the campus traffic trying to get home that afternoon.
Who knows if his family will still change their minds about choosing Forest Lawn Memorial Park here in Glendale. But for now, I guess he's going to be (one of the many famous people) our neighbor. Here's an advance "Welcome MJ" from me, your fan!
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
One way to take a breather for me is to look at pictures taken from previous vacations. These photos can transport me back in time. I can remember the weather when it was taken and how I was feeling at that moment. In this fast-paced life that we live in, we seldom find the time to take a moment. Even a single moment can be an endless source of second wind specially for people like me, hahaha. Take yours now!
Sunday, August 16, 2009
My weekend started last Friday. I drove around 57 miles north of Glendale to meet friends. To my surprise, the traffic wasn't bad at all. I had a wonderful time eating, talking, swimming and holding beautiful babies. I just go "gaga" when I see babies, just adorable babies! It was hard to leave and say goodbye to my friends, but I had another appointment to see my friend for dinner. So I was on my way, another 78 miles east. I thought it will be easy. Guess what, it wasn't! I took the wrong way and went back to Los Angeles instead. It took me 3 hours to finally get to my final destination! My friend was relieved to see me, I was too. I was so exhausted, but it didn't keep me from yapping until midnight. Nothing beats getting together with a girlfriend. The next morning, we went to "The Mission Inn," a historic hotel that has been around since the 1800's for a wonderful breakfast. The ambience was absolute perfection and the food was great. My friend and I decided that we'll have to stay there for a weekend some time. After breakfast, we ended up driving 54 miles north-east to Big Bear Lake. The drive on the winding road up the mountain was a little intense, however the view was worth it. This place was at 7000 feet. I've never seen it during summer time. It's quite different from the times I've been there to go skiing in the winter. After a little bit of exploring, we ended our day with a wonderful dinner of "chicken salad and crab cakes" with an spectacular view of the lake. Then we were off again. After dropping off my friend, I finally trekked home, another 60 or so miles. Before I knew it, it's Sunday!