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May 2015 Stuff!!

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Peonies

Hi, hai, houi.

May is gone. I feel like so much stuff happened in May that the beginning of the month feels like light years away. I didn’t do an April round-up because I sort of forgot and then by the time I did remember, I was like, did anything really even happen in April? And the answer is NO. April was boring A.F. But May was exciting. So much happened so I’m thinking we should jump right in.

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March 2015 Stuff!!

Adventures

Breakfast

I feel like a gigantic broken record when I say this, but OMG March flew by. How are we in April right now? I want February back. Actually, I’d be happy to re-live March again. Time is so fleeting, it moves so quickly that it’s actually scary. I wish I could freeze moments in times, months in time and just savor them a bit more. I sound like a gigantic baby but this is why my mom tells me 20s fly, 30s fly, enjoy them.

The month started off with all of the trees in Los Angeles blooming like crazy, like this one.

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January 2015 Stuff!

Adventures

AmeliaMalibu

Good gracious, we are now completely into 2015.

Like most people, January started with me eating things like this:

Lots of chard, meyer lemons, coconut water…you know healthy stuff. But yesterday I ate a reuben so all is back to normal in the world!

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March Stuff!!

Adventures

March Stuff!! // www.acozykitchen.com

My dad paid me a visit in late February, while on a 2-day layover to Kuala Lampur. I drove him to the airport where he boarded his Malaysian Airlines flight. Ten hours later I received a text from him telling me his flight to Tokyo was the worst of his life. He then took the second leg of the flight and said it was even worse. The pilot flew the plane straight through a bad snowstorm; the plane jolted up and down for about an hour while the plane’s lights flickered on and off. He said he had never been so scared for his life. For his return flight, he booked another flight on another airline, despite knowing he wouldn’t be reimbursed from Malaysian Airlines. Luckily he made it home safe and sound.

About a week later, the Malaysian Airline Flight 370 disappeared and has yet to show a trace. When I heard the news I started crying. All of the what-ifs played over and over again in my mind. On one hand I felt so happy that my dad wasn’t on that flight to Beijing, but I also felt so terrible for the people whose family members are still missing.

Needless to say, March started off on a super grateful note.

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