I was in L.A. 9 days. I’d been looking forward to them, needing them, and I know they’d fly by.
And fly by they did.
Rather than try and write and recapture everything, I hope you enjoy, instead, pictures of where I went, what I did.
I’m so thankful for my brother that made this trip possible. To see his son graduate high school. To reconnect with him, my baby brother. To have some much needed sister time. Thank you, Doug. I love you.
I hope you enjoy
This is my oldest niece, Miranda. She’s awesome, but she cracks too easy. :)
There is always at least one that got away. This is one of the fabrics I wish I’d bought when I saw it.
The Original Pantry. It never closes. For real.
I hope you’re not tired of seeing food!
See’s Candies. A west coast goodness with all the free samples you can take! Delicious and great gifts to take back home!
In-N-Out Burger. If you haven’t ever heard of this place, get on a plane to find one. Now.
Stitch Magazine had an AMAZING and so so helpful guide to the L.A. Fabric District a few months ago.
There was this one fabric shop that just specializes in Hawaiian fabrics. I can’t wait to do something with this!
Class of 2013!!
“Is my ear showing? Dang it!”
This is on the way back to LAX. She logged 763 miles in 9 days with me!
and last but not least