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4/28/2008

Time Is Free, But It's Priceless

I'd hoped to have time to write a little about yesterday. Jenn mentioned that there is always plenty to do in Los Angeles if you want to get out of the house. It's very true. I didn't even get to the L.A. Times Festival of Books, which I've wanted to do for years. And I didn't head out to the desert for Coachella, which looks more unappealing as I get old, like Will.

Yesterday, I went on a private photo tour of the Walt Disney Concert Hall (including the main auditorium and backstage!), had lunch at Philippe's, went to a car show in Burbank, and then attended a pet adoption event in North Hollywood. It was fun, but hot, so it was all followed by a long nap.

In prepping for Maker Faire, I don't have time right now to go into more details or even post any of the many photos I took. I hope to catch up soon!

6 comments:

ren said...

ah, while you were buzzing around town, i was enjoying my time INSIDE my house, reading a whole book and hanging out! and it was AWESOME! so while i respect and admire your activities and the fact that you actually DO things, i really love staying home!

also i have always wanted to go to the book fair too...maybe we should go together next year...

Jodi said...

@ren: Well, that is admirable. I was realizing the other day that I don't think I've finished reading a book this year, much less one in a day. It made me want to cry. And I haven't read or written any poetry for National Poetry Month. Bad.

Sizzle said...

I really wish I could go to the Maker Faire. :(

design for mankind. said...

Your blog is such fun!!! :)

justJENN said...

You guys should go to the Book Fest next year, you'd really enjoy it. Despite the heat.

Aggie said...

The Festival of Books sounds really interesting.
Sure does sound like lots to do over there. I must come over again.

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