Blogging for the first time: A mystery I must say. When I decided to photograph my meals I never thought I make a blog. I just thought the meals.were so beautiful that they needed to be captured so I did. Now I’m on my new journey of blogging g and posting and tagging and most importantly garnering new relationship. I must say I am excited to see where this goes. I heard many stories quite like mine that have very positive happy results. I hope this is true for mine. I want to connect with fellow foodies and give good advice and learn from fellow bloggers to improve my blog. My goal is to promote healthy meals as well as satisfy the cheater as well, I make a mean fried chicken! If you come across myblog, I hope it resinates with your visually palate inciting a PalateParty in your mouth! Please follow my blog!!
Since I started on this journey of blogging it has been exciting and rewarding. Getting followers and getting to know them by following them has been rewarding. I have had the pleasure of seeing a lot of beautiful pictures of food, different scenes of nature full of vibrant colors, and creativity. I am truly not sure of where this will lead, or how I will get people to read any of my writing, but I press on. I have so many questions that deal with anticipation and direction. It is fun going to bed and seeing my new followers only to awake and see that some have decided to un-follow me. I guess learning how not to take it personal is important, but it is personal. The first day I posted a picture on Instagram; I noticed the people really want to see what I have to say and the enjoy the pictures I post of the food I cook. All of my photos were taken by me and are a recording of my life and this makes it real personal for me. I have traveled about the country and on my journey I stopped to take a few picks of things I thought would be memorable for me. I was never a picture taker growing up and the ones I did take were never valued enough for me to keep or want to keep I’m not sure why. Having the pictures that I have now are important to me because I have learned the importance and value of capturing memories to share and to admire myself. This new blogging journey I am on will make me a better person as well as make me develop a relationship of other bloggers that will help teach me to appreciate the beauty of life an d how to share it with others.
When we moved to San Diego from Boston, our way of life changed tremendously. We quickly became accustomed to the tropical weather and sunny beaches! Making a point to visit as many beaches as possible, we set out to do just that.
Pacific Beach with Mission Bay as the back drop, has a vibe that consists of a man locals call “Slo-Mo” who roller blades in slow motion throughout the day. He is always a welcome sight when on the boardwalk! A mobile barbershop takes up space to provide vacationers that much-needed touch up! The seagulls swoop down to share your food so take cover you never know when they will appear!
We are now known as regulars on PB as well and are constantly greeted by familiar welcoming faces every time we visit! At night the vibe heats up with light-up bicycle and skateboard tires providing vivid colors for all to see for miles! A man selling light propelling devices that come back to you when propelled is there every night making him another night-time fixture providing some sort of normalcy for locals. Then you walk, bike, skate or Segway about a mile down to Mission beach where the vibe is totally different. Music provided by beach goers on portable speakers are abound, a surfboard simulation activity vacationers love to visit! The nearby Giant Dipper Rollercoaster on the Belmont fair ground is always busy with beach combers. Of course you can take surf board lessons for all ages which are located at both beaches.
Taking in all of the beautiful sights on these beaches never gets old, and we make a point of visiting at least twice a week and we make it a point to bring our guests who visit who are also envious of our new-found love for San Diego!! Believe me you be too!
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A mystery I must say. When I decided to photograph my meals and the beauty of San Diego, I never thought I’d make a blog. I just thought the meals were so beautiful and that they needed to be captured, so I did. Now I’m on my new journey of blogging and posting and tagging and most importantly garnering new relationships. I must say I am excited to see where this goes! I have heard many stories like mine that have heard many positive results, I hope this is true for mine. I want to connect with fellow foodies and give good advice as well as learn from fellow bloggers to improve my blog. My goal is to promote healthy meals as well as satisfy the cheaters. By the way I make a mean fried chicken! If you come across my blog, I hope it resonates with your visual palate inciting a PalateParty in your mouth!