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MAY 27–JUNE 2, 2019!

We hike in Laguna, eat Vietnamese food in the OC, and then return to Los Angeles after the weekend in San Diego. Zach and I add a bunch of new plants to our plant family, and finally prep our backyard for summer.

Enjoy!

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It’s Memorial Day, we’re still all on our friends weekend away

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El Moro Canyon Loop trail

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The trail goes out toward the mountains with a nice view then down through the valley and out toward the ocean.

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Love being in hiking clothes on the beach haha

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Back on the road towards Orange County

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We stopped to get Vietnamese food at Pho 79 in Garden Grove. Watched James enjoy his Vietnamese coffee, drip drip drip. RIP dairy in my life.

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Heaven

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When we got home, we decided to finish installing lights up in the back patio area.

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We also decided to get the projector screen we used to have in our apartment bedroom up outside so we could do outdoor movie screenings.

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Half the lights went up, we ran out…

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Tuesday night, Zach’s hamburger salad

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Then later that week my mom and I went to see John Wick 3, and got some Panda Express beforehand.

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Whoops, went overboard at the nursery.

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We were right across the street so why not pick up some dinner for later.

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I’ll repot these babies later

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Mmmmm

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We could get up and do something, but we’re tiiiiired

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Wild that 8 or 9 months ago I had clear skin…also wild that I’ve been fighting my skin for 8 or 9 months…

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Wish Sufi would come on my run with me

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Exploring the half in half out life

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A lavender iced tea latte with soy milk WOW luxurious

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Breakfast burritos

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I always have to do the duvet cover…

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Surveying the plants before journeying out to repot the new babies.

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New homes for everybody

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Exhausted

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Going outside

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Where’s Peanut?

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She’s there!

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Godzilla on a Saturday night

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Waiting for a table and then we saw a literal man walking a goat so that’s cool. Didn’t get to pet him though 😦

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Umami Burger time

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We made it to the dome! (We saw the new Godzilla)

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Night

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I cut some watermelon and then I was determined to finally finish this super hard Haunted Mansion puzzle once and for all.

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Soooo close. Tweedy did nothing.

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We actually managed to go grocery shopping.

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And then finished hanging our lights. The patio is ready for a screening!

Thanks for reading!

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A question that you may or may not feel inclined to answer? So! Let’s do it. I invite you to answer in the comments:

Tea or coffee? (If tea…what’s your favorite kind of tea and way to have it?)
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Much love friends.

Posted by:sarahwaldo

By day I'm a content producer at an arts org in Los Angeles, by night I am the overly apologetic brain and face of sleepywaldo.blog

8 replies on “MORE PLANTS AND BACKYARD LIGHTS

  1. Coffee for me! Echoing the user above me, love how vivid and bright your photos are. And I love your little garden! I recently bought a few succulents and its been fun nursing them.

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  2. Coffee actually makes me very ill so I am a tea drinker. Mostly black teas, my favourite is lapsang souchong and my beloved French breakfast. I also have this licorice-raspberry tea from Sweden and I really love it.

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  3. (so random but i’ve followed your lj for YEARS since… you did adiml in high school and on a bored whim this week, i decided to look up your blog again and found you here instead. and i’m so so glad you’re still documenting because you make me consider small details in a different light. i also have been finding so many things to try out while taking a trip to la for a week in august!)

    to answer your question, coffee is lovely as a breakfast thing. tea is great as an always any time thing. my favorite kind of tea is oolong. milk oolong is delicious and has an interesting body to it. i usually drink it without milk. but when i get boba, i love peach oolong or roasted milk tea! lightly sweetened. i also enjoy earl grey with almond milk.

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    1. Hi hi sorry for my really late reply. HI! 🙂

      I haven’t really tried too much oolong tea, I gotta get on that train!

      What’s on your LA itinerary so far? I love hearing a visitor’s perspective on this city. Enjoy your trip!

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