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May 06, 2002
Gray day brings out the celebs...

I just got back from prenatal yoga. It was incredible today. I even managed to squeak out the twenty-five squats. (Talk to me and my thighs tomorrow.) I dropped by Baller Hardware on my way home to make some extra keys. I love our local hardware store because they are very helpful and pleasant to deal with versus the large chain stores that I won't bother naming, linking or otherwise promoting.

Giovanni Ribisi was skulking around the aisles being the Los Feliz resident that he is... as well as a fantastic actor.


Yesterday, I met my sister, mom and Aunt Mimi at the brand spankin' new Grove. It's gorgeous, very convenient and lovely on a Monday morning. I would avoid it like the plague on weekends. Oh the humanity. The music was a little oppressing but it is a silly mix of Vegas and Disneyland right there in the Fairfax district. The develpers were smart in creating a clean, pleasant space with endless outdoor tables. Tres Euro. The stores are pretty high end: Tommy Bahama, FAO Schwartz, Pottery Barn Kids (can you guess why we went?), and Nordstrom... those are the ones I can remember. My sister claims that the theater is excellent and you can enjoy a glass of wine in the lobby prior to showtime. The Grove is adjacent to the good old Farmer's Market which I wandered around for the first time. Another nice meeting place with good, diverse grub.

These endless gray days seem to blend together. I think they came just to make us appreciate that lovely summer even more when it finally gets here...

Posted by Molli at May 06, 2002 02:18 PM







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