Valentine’s Day: Los Angeles edition

If you’re in LA and have no idea what to do for this year’s day of love, fret not–we’ve got some great, last-minute ideas for you that won’t break the bank. Read on!

  1. Break Bread
Image source: thinktankgallery.org
Image source: thinktankgallery.org

A massive installation at Think Tank Gallery made completely of cake is opening this weekend. Continue reading Valentine’s Day: Los Angeles edition

First Birthday in LA!

I mentioned earlier in the week in this post that Melo had planned a birthday surprise for me and that I would tell you about it later.

This is later. And this is me telling you about it. Continue reading First Birthday in LA!

Cha Cha Cha Wednesday

How many people out there have birthdays around the holidays?

*raises hand*

Both Melo and I have birthdays just after the holiday season. Hers is early January and mine is at the end of December (my mom, brother, nephew, and several cousins also have birthdays in December; it’s a fun month).

This past year, we were actually traveling on New Year’s Eve. We had flown back to the east coast to spend time with my family for Christmas and we flew back to LA on the NYE. We actually landed around 11pm, so we quickly Uber’d to see some local family for the countdown and some pancit (a Filipino or Pinoy noodle tradition) before heading home. I was a little bummed, but in the long run, it was nice to spend a couple of weeks with my family for Christmas. It had been a few years since we were all together for the holidays and we all had a really good time. Unbeknowest to me, however, Melo had been planning a little surprise for me for the weekend (more on that later!). Continue reading Cha Cha Cha Wednesday