Just me and my adventures in life. Life is an adventure and I try to have fun. I love being out in the world, taking pictures and being able to share them with people who come across my little space on the internet. Thanks for stopping by and peace be with you.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Monday, June 28, 2021
A visit to Redwood Regional Park
Redwood Regional Park is a truly beautiful place and I am so glad that it is near where I live:
Sunday, June 27, 2021
Music Monday: 90's Movie Songs
Music Monday: I am on a movie kick. Here are some great movie songs from the 90's:
And because I can:
Hope that you have a wonderful Monday.
Thursday, June 24, 2021
Hanging in Clarion Alley
Clarion Alley is one of the those places in San Francisco that many people miss. It is place where people do socially engaged public art. It is located in the Mission District. It supports social, economic, racial, environmental and racial justice. The cool thing about teaching Extended School Year this year is that the school they put us at is located near Clarion Alley and I get to walk through it everyday on my way from BART to the school we are at for Extended School Year.
To some Clarion Alley can be a little dodgy and sketchy but to me it is a beautiful place in San Francisco:
Clarion Alley is one of those places that is not in the tourist books but it is so authentic Mission and San Francisco and needs to visited by all.
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Hayward's First Juneteenth Celebration
My little city of Hayward hosted their first ever Juneteenth Freedom Celebration at City Hall.
|Hayward City Council member Angela Andrews|
It was the first one so it was small but the cool thing is that it will grow over the years and it will be cool to see it grow and become a big deal over the years.
Monday, June 21, 2021
Welcome to the Oakland Museum Garden
|With the Kaiser Convention Center in the background|
The Oakland Museum reopened over the weekend. It is one of my favorite places as they are about California and the Bay Area. When they first opened in 1969 they were one of the first museums with a rooftop garden and during their COVID shutdown they redid it:
They still have the views:
|The Alameda Superior Court Building|
|You can look down into the Koi Pond|
And they have cool art in the Garden:
The Oakland Museum is still hip but they have made it hipper.