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La Jolla, CA


I mentioned that a few weeks ago, I was in San Diego with the engineer - he was presenting a paper at a conference, and I got to visit a college friend and my Aunt. Here's a photo of Kelly and me at a restaurant called George's in La Jolla - it was a very nice night, and we had a lot of fun! We were out all day together in the heat (it was about 85 degrees that day) at Balboa Park, in San Diego and La Jolla, and I'll have more photos soon!

Just so you know, we were trying to hide our double chins!

Comments

stregata said…
That "pose" makes you look like sisters... not a bad thing!
Yeah, I thought you were sisters too. Too funny about the double chin which, by the way, you don't have!
Cindy said…
Oh you lucky girl, to be in SD!!! Sure brings back some fond memories. And I hear ya on the double chin thing...but YOU look great! :-)
Cindy
www.sweetbeadstudio.com
Barbara Lewis said…
it looked like your technique worked ... I didn't see any double chins! I think that area, La Jolla and Balboa Park, is so beautiful and it has lots to do. I was there for a ceramics conference a number of years ago. I really enjoyed myself and the galleries were great.
SueBeads said…
we do kind of look like sisters, don't we? We've known each other since Jan 1985 - scary!
Anonymous said…
I'll have to try that trick, hee hee.

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