“we been true lovers since high school”
“Ish Moment”: I packed the day before my trip, something that rarely happens. Not only did I pack, I folded each piece of clothing into “pockets” as inspired by my mother. The day I left was very stress free! I didn’t forget anything either.
An Interesting thing I Read: The New York Times did a deeper dive than just reporting the news that Australian woman, Justine Diamond, was shot by a police officer in Minneapolis. It tells the love story of Justine and her husband as well as the reaction coming from Australia, where Justine is from.
You know you’ve made it when you get a parody video made of your vlogs, thanks Wenting 😉
Bride Kimmy always has unique ideas for birthday parties, so it was no surprise that her bachelorette was a visit to a swimming hole in Yuba River, a place we’ve never been before.
A new idea I had: I have been inspired to get serious about the % of money I decide to donate and I need ideas of who to donate to! Let me know if you have cool ideas.
July 4th weekend in Point Arena and the rest of Mendocino County. With that epic Fireworks show on the bluff, this might be a tradition in the making.
I left the last day to visit the local Point Arena stuff before our reservation at B. Bryan Preserve. I also made sure nothing was closed since it was July 4th. Since it’s such a tourist town, most everything is open as usual in Point Arena including the Lighthouse
Glass Beach has been on Robin’s bucket list for awhile so I’m glad we’re able to go during this trip. There are plenty of signs directing you to it since it’s such a tourist destination. After getting out of the car and walking to the beach, I don’t really see anything that special. Are all the “glass rocks” gone?
10 am – On to our drinking adventure for the day. Our goal is to check out the wine scene in Anderson Valley.