Anyway, it was 80 degrees and sunny that late January weekend, and the two and a half days I spent in Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale were just lovely. I went to the prep school alumni luncheon that I wrote about in the last post; I sang some songs; I saw the film The Artist, which I loved (it so deserved its Best Picture Oscar); and I hung out with my very fun family and friends.
If I were rich, I'd jet down to L.A. for the weekend a couple of times a month, but as things stand, I'll have to settle for about five or so Southland mini-vacations per year. I'm okay with that; I also have my Hawaii sojourns, so there is no need to be greedy about getting some Los Angeles time.
A shot of my prep school. Doesn't it look like a lovely place to get an education?
Another angle. These photos are both of the elementary/middle school campus. The high school campus is across the street.
Ground beef and pickle tacos on Sunset in Silver Lake. Yum.
A sunny January brunch at Dusty's, which is also in Silver Lake, with Denise and Charlie.
Of course there was karaoke...this time at Barney's Beanery in West Hollywood.
My karaoke partner in crime, Emily.