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Alamo and Riverwalk 2021 Adventures

My son must be around 5 years old when we first saw the Alamo and rode the Riverwalk Cruise. My son said he can’t remember it. I wanted to refresh his memory but I can’t remember it too. I knew … Continue reading

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Can’t Say It? Mug It.

I’m always at the stores and didn’t notice there’s actually an LOL Section. These can be found where the Mugs and the Motivational Frames are. Mugs are the best. They are cheesy, hilarious, flowery, blunt, positive, intriguing, provocative. It becomes … Continue reading

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Squirrels Eating Doritos

You know the world is messed up when Squirrels are eating Doritos, an addicting delicious junk food. Sunday, wife and I drove to Bixby Bridge. We were very surprised the Squirrels just keep going to any tourist near them. The … Continue reading

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Ghost of the Blue Lady at Moss Beach Distillery

Romantic, tragic, spine-chilling. Our story began some 72 years ago. Young and naive, a beautiful woman always in a blue dress fell in love with a handsome ladies’ man who played piano at the bar of Moss Beach Distillery. She … Continue reading

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Dawn of the Living Dead 2021

With what’s going in our world, country, community, work place and homes… We have eyes, but unable to see the truth and human suffering. We have ears but incapable of listening. We have mouths that choose silence or destruction. We … Continue reading

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Alemere Falls, The Waterfall That Loves The Ocean Unconditionally

One of the 2 known rare Tidefall, a waterfall that flows directly into the ocean in California, Alamere Falls is too dreamy to be true, but it does exist. “The Waterfall love so much the Ocean that it made a … Continue reading

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Capturing Alive

To capture Alive, I leaned my chest towards the end of a massive boulder. What was I thinking? Inch even closer. Wasn’t Alive enough, so I moved a few more inches just a shy away from plunging into the deep … Continue reading

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“I’m Vaccinated,” So What?

“Sir, please put on your mask. Do you have any symptoms of COVID like fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, loss of taste and smell, vomiting and diarrhea? Have you been sick or exposed to COVID the past 14 days? … Continue reading

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Fatal and Tragedy, We’ll Never Know When

Wild Superblooms waving and smiling to drivers to stop on the roadside to celebrate Spring. So we did. Acrobatic Kite Surfers dancing and flying in hypnotizing synchrony with the tumbling Ocean waves, inviting people to stop and watch a spectacular … Continue reading

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Mask, People and Demons

We all have our masks. We wear them everyday at work and places we can’t show who we are and what we feel. We wear that mask to hide and protect our hearts from the familiar, repetitive pain, judgement and … Continue reading

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Capitola, Greece without the Passport

From door to sand and sea, rows of pastel colored square houses at Capitola Seaside Village brings back child-like curiosity and imagination. It’s our secret little Santorini, Greece in this surfer beach lover playground of Santa Cruz County California. So, … Continue reading

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The Other Karen

Until last year’s rise of Anti-Racism Movement, I didn’t know Karen is a widely used name to label a female person who commits Racial shaming, assault or prejudice to a Person of Color. Videos of them were all over You … Continue reading

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