The Youth in Arts Italian Street Painting Festival in San Rafael was cool! I didn’t have a lot of time to hang out but I made a quick pass through downtown San Rafael on Sunday afternoon. Here are some of the amazing pieces I saw.Read more
Did you know right over the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County you can find all sorts of farm animals?Read more
It’s raining. It’s really really raining. When the weather is like this I just want to stay home and enjoy my fireplace. I don’t like driving in the rain. However, if you are a Marin Mommy or Daddy stuck at home with little ones during this storm you may be going a little stir crazy.Read more
We took the kids to see the Harlem Globetrotters this weekend. It was fun. Although, I have to admit I think the target audience is more for 10 years old and under. LOLRead more
I like what one of the Globetrotters in this video said about spreading joy: “You can spread joy for at least 2 hours for someone each day no matter where you are in the world.”Read more
It’s another rainy day in the bay. You could do the usual tourist stuff (if you have a good raincoat, umbrella, rain boots and you don’t mind getting cold and wet) or you could find something fun to do inside.Read more
Today I went to Berkeley with Twitter friend @PoButler to meet with Analisa from the Corte Madera Town Center who we met at the Pacific Catch TweetUp. We met to talk social networking (my favorite thing to talk about). It was fun! Thanks to Peggy and Analisa I have now discovered Fourth Street in Berkeley. It’s a charming little street full of shops, cafés, a toy store and even a Chocolatier. Now, I’m wishing I would have remembered to take pictures at Chocolatier Blue, they had the most amazing organic, colorful, sparkly chocolates.Read more
One of my favorite things to do in the Bay Area over the Holidays is to go Ice Skating in the Embarcadero in San Francisco.Read more
Looking for something fun and original to do for Halloween in the Bay Area? Tara Firma Farms is hosting a super fun and original Halloween Extravaganza!Read more
Did you know you can visit a sticker factory in the Bay Area? I was delighted to discover Mrs. Grossman’s on Twitter the other day. Seeing her name sent me spiraling down memory lane.
Those of us that were children in the 70s and 80s were of the generation when stickers become the craze! Did you have a sticker collection?