A DIFFERENT TYPE OF BLOG POST
Teresa and I decided that along with our social events and get together with friends, we would add some personal stories to our blog. It’s easy to assume from our writing about galas, birthday parties, fundraisers, and other social gatherings there is a superficial air about us all. There isn’t. We don’t take what we are blessed with lightly. We don’t take our family and friends for granted. When we are out we actually discuss sensitive topics that are heartfelt and painful.
IT’S A COOL COOL SUMMER ( FOR TERESA)
It’s been a while since we posted and that’s because Princess Teresa is cruising crisp blue waters touched by slight breezes while sipping drinks from I Dream of Jeannie vessels… while I lurk in my air conditioned house hiding like a troll from the scolding 107 degree and above desert heat.
BIRTHDAYS ARE A GIFT
As a child, most are excited to celebrate their birthdays with parties, special vacations, or trips to amusement parks. As we get older some lose that zest for celebrating life, turning down the excitement when the birth date arrives. Some don’t like the number of their age, some just look at it as another day.
It used to be that in the summer Palm Springs would become quiet with little to do except avoid the intense heat. That has all changed. Okay, we still have the heat, but with many events happening now and fantastic restaurants staying open, Palm Springs is a vibrant and active place to indulge in during the summer.
Decked out in orange and located in the Uptown Design District of Palm Springs you can find the popular TRIO restaurant. This mid-week evening at Trio we met to support LIVE Magazine as they celebrated another fabulous issue. This issue’s cover selection presented Emmy Nominated Reporter at KESQ News Channel 3, Joe Galli.
As the rare but menacing dark skies covered Palm Springs, many well-known good-hearted locals arrived at Eight4Nine Restaurant to raise funds for Kathleen Schriefer’s son, Thomas, who suffered from water poisoning resulting in brain damage. Drinking excessive water can dilute the amount of sodium in the body which, in turn, can do harm to your muscle function, nerve function, and just about every other function in the body.