No, I’m not trying to rub it in. It’s just something that friends, visitors or people I’ve spoken to here or on trips have mentioned to me time and again, many after seeing my coveted rainbow-adorned drivers license.
I don’t deny it. I think it’s more that: 1) I don’t spend enough time in the places where I could enjoy it more, and 2) having lived here all my life, I’m more blown away by mountain ranges, gurgling streams and redwoods. I guess you could say it’s something I’ve somewhat taken for granted.
As with most of the 9-to-5 ...
The evening was alive with music and celebration. There were a handful of food vendors with long lines serving up small, delicious portions. The cheesecake dish was to die for! Although the desert was tiny, the sugary drizzle and strawberry were enough to get my attention. I grabbed my food tickets and rushed through the line to make it on time to see the wonderful show.
The cultural performances were beautiful. A performance by a group from the Philippines told a story of a king and queen. A Japanese dance troupe came out and performed a pop routine ...