So apparently along with losing weight, not eating Wheat has given me tons of energy. I re-organized my entire house. Let me say that again. I re-organized my entire house! When my sister moved out 2 years ago, I never really put anything back into the spare room. (Partially because I couldn't move furniture by myself.) But now? I HAVE MY OFFICE BACK! When I got this place, I wanted a 2nd bedroom for a massive 11 foot desk for work/craft/tv space. I also wanted my library organized, and my lego closet back. It looks amazing! (Although my dog is
This is my travel diary of my trip to Egypt. It contains in detail my memories of what I did and saw. Monday November 2, 2015 Egypt: Day 12, Part 1 – Valley of the Kings Once again, I awoke early to finish packing as we'd not be returning to the cruise ship, our bags instead would be taken onto our next hotel. I paid the last of my bill and then we all piled into a bus to take us to the Valley of the Kings. We crossed the Nile and past green fields and local houses and came out into
Not much happened this month. I randomly saw the Dandy Warhols when a work dinner ran WAY late and the restaurant turned into a concert venue: I also attended Digitial Summit and saw Chelsea Handler: And after years of reading The Everywhereist and MOZ's Whiteboard Friday for YEARS I got to see the infamous Rand in person: But overall it was a pretty quiet month. Recommended Reading Other Blogs This Perfect Irish Roadtrip reminds me so much of my trip to Ireland. I enjoyed this post on The Blue Pearl Of Morocco I loved this 10 Coolest Bookstores in the US.
Another whirlwind month done! First up I went to CU's Colorado Shakespeare Festival to see Love's Labor Lost. We had a lovely picnic before the show, and it was an interesting play I hadn't seen before. Picnic by flute. A post shared by Lili (@liliontheloose) on Jun 9, 2018 at 6:03pm PDT Then I went to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science to see the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit. This was hands down the most beautiful and horribly laid out museum exhibit I've ever been to. Small objects in tight single person view windows. Lots of text only at 5.5 foot
Last month was a whirlwind of culture and travel, so this month I was pretty much just recovering. About the most interesting thing I did was go to a Rockies game with my co-workers. I was supposed to go to a "Mr. Holland's Opus" style retirement party for my middle school band director (in fact I'd been practicing clarinet for 2 months) but I became really sick in May and was out of commission for weeks. :( Work rockies game!! A post shared by Lili (@liliontheloose) on May 8, 2018 at 6:30pm PDT Recommended Reading Other Blogs I've been behind
The month of April was a month of Culture for me. I visited museums, saw plays, and laughed along with comedians. So let's dig in on the best memories! Early in the month I saw Degas: A Passion for Perfection at the Denver Art Museum with a wonderful friend and her daughter. It was an interesting exhibit showing Degas' contemporaries and influencers in relation to Degas' own work. From horses, to naked ladies, to the famous ballet dancers. Source Then I saw the Broadway version of Aladdin. I've seen a few different Disney plays some good (Lion King)
Travel This month was the month of opposite travel: Pacific Ocean/Atlantic Ocean, Pleasure/Business Trip, Hot/Cold. At the beginning of the month I went to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for a beach break! And then at the end of the month I went to Boston, MA for a quick business trip! Puerto Vallarta This was an unplanned last minute trip. My mother was going to go to PV again with my aunt, but my aunt backed out. So my mother invited me to come, and then my aunt figured things out so she could come! I've never traveled with the two of them
So... I may have gone a little overboard this month. I decided I wanted to do more this year. See more museum exhibits, go to more events, things like that. So I spent the better part of a morning like most people in Denver trying to get Hamilton tickets...and failing. So instead I booked the following activities for this year: Aladdin Book of Mormon Degas at the DAM Dead Sea Scrolls at DMNS Lewis Black Steve Martin & Martin Short Oh and I booked a trip to LA to see the King Tut exhibit (in addition to numerous other famous
Source Another year older! Another year to post dinosaur photos! This one has a funny backstory to it. The artist was imagining Jurassic Park as a children's book, and did this drawing to show why it had a tummy ache! Too much birthday cake! Also, really relevant this year, as my weight loss this month has been a bit derailed by birthday treats. Ah well next month I'll get back to it!
January was the completion of a major work project, so didn't do much outside of that. We did have a work kickoff, which everyone left a little worse for wear (drinking + the death flu went through the office. As well as night I got locked out of my house as I left my keys at the office so had to sleep at a co-worker's house.) Tessa this month fell in love with a Porg stuffed animal that makes noise, and was sad when I took it away from her. I also got to see the National Stock Show parade