Is it just me, or does time seem to fly by quicker than it ever has before?
Discovery Bay at Sunset
We went to an amazing party in Discovery Bay this past weekend. I’d never been there before and was so impressed with the quiet that I found there. It’s serene and sits out in a place where you would never expect to find waterways.
West Cliff Drive During Open Streets
Then we moved on to my hometown, Santa Cruz, CA. We went to one of my favorite lighting stores, Illuminee on Ingalls St. The owners have beautiful lights and all kinds of interesting additions for the home. We ate lunch at West End Tap. We’ve never had a bad meal there and it is filled with memories from former visits. We moved on to San Mateo and shared some time with our newlyweds. I’m (a little) sad that the weekend seemed to go by so quickly. I certainly could have used more time in all of the places that we visited. We need to move a little slower, through our quick timing.
You may have missed my recent attempt at posting my blog. I was in Maui, Hawaii and my iPad didn’t want to allow me to post anything. I thought about struggling with it, and then I thought; why?
First Evening Sunset Kaanapali
This isn’t the best photo that I took, but on our first night, we were serenaded with a concert six floors down. It was amazing. I love music, I love tropical evenings, and I love pleasent surprises like this. I wanted to keep the feel of the party long after it was gone. I’ve been listening to their CD’s for days now.
Concert with Henry Kapono & Willie K
Our first night in Wailea was beautiful and I took this while on our way to the welcome party, down the beach pathway which was just past the pool.
Pool Sunset Grand Wailea
I had heard glorious rumors about Mama’s Fish House and was longing to go there all week. We finally made it on the last evening and stopped in for an appetizer. This place is like being in first class. I wasn’t sure if I’d return to Maui, as it is rather congested for me these days, but I must return to go to Mama’s. It was devine.
Final Sunset at Mama’s
There’s more to come as we had many adventures while in Hawaii. I’m missing the sound of the ocean waves as they pounded the shore. It’s funny how fast you can grow to appreciate certain things.