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July 22, 2002
Thumbelina and a day at the beach


Last night I dreamt that we had a baby girl but she was only two inches tall, just like Thumbelina. I kept losing her, but G did not seem worried about it. She was not born a small baby, but a little girl so she could already talk and call out to me when I misplaced her. She was sweet and funny. I'm still confident that we are having a boy-child and that he is already a lot bigger than two inches or else there is something else inside of me breakdancing and such.

I slept well despite my silly dreams due to a fabulous day at the beach with three of my skinniest friends: Miss K, Ms. Varnelli and the notorious LC. Somehow after a morning walk around the Reservoir we ended up at Zuma.


It was a nice day at the beach, not too hot. We ended our journey across the canyon at Neptune's Net where we feasted on corn, shrimp, clams, and calamari.


The weekend went by too quickly. On Saturday G and I were treated to a lovely evening at the Pasadena Arboretum. Just at sunset, after a delicious picnic, the California Philharmonic began to play. The music was incredible. I recently looked up "Philharmonic" and in case you were wondering the term simply means "a symphony or orchestra of any size or the group that supports a symphony or orchestra".

They played Dvorak's 8th Symphony, an incredibly beautiful and sweet piece especially in contrast with the finale of Tchaikovsky's well-known 1812 Overture. I hope we have the chance to see the orchestra again, they were outstanding. The Arboretum is a great find too, just off the 210 in Pasadena.


Posted by Molli at July 22, 2002 07:58 AM







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