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Mission San Juan Capistrano.
Home for a couple of weeks between trips.
I spent most of the day doing the yearly rent increases and tenant mailing for L&H.
Then I watched Good Morning Vietnam for the first time since it came out back in the ’80s. I was trying to imagine what it might be like to have a brain that snapped and popped and sped like the brain of Robin Williams and it was an exhausting thought.
I had lunch with Burt and Charlene and here’s a picture of (one of…) their cat who lives under the coffee table. I need a cat to live under my coffee table too!
Charlene was three weeks post-knee replacement surgery and after lunch we walked for more than a mile, maybe two miles. You go Char!
Nice day today for a trip downtown.
The inset picture is from 1988. The building in the far right, the AT&T Center, formerly SBC Tower, Transamerica Building, and originally the Occidental Life Building that first appeared on the skyline in 1965.
It’s a really fine LA Story, and you can read about here The Loneliest Skyscraper in Los Angeles.
Maxine made her traditional treat to us all by cooking a St Patrick’s Day dinner that we entirely hoovered in a few short hours and we took home the crumbs. Everyone could come – for corned beef and cabbage and all the rest, wow, Thanks to YOU Max!
Maxine, Lourdes, Marsha, Alicia, me, Becky, Ljubica, Ann, Marija, Maryanne.
Thanks Shirley for taking the photo.
Ingalill and I took the train to San Juan Capistrano for our traditional photo-photo outing.
We arrived in plenty of time, got our ticket from a person who wrote the track number on the ticket, we went to said track number and waited with a fellow traveler while the signboard continued to flash the arrival of our train – but no train arrived.
Finally we went back to the ticket counter and found the same woman who sold us the tickets. OOOPS, she had given us the wrong track and the wrong track still thought it was the right track. Confusion all around.