The Road

The Road… we’re on it! Here in L.A. after two lovely private concerts in the San Diego area, and staying at this funky/chic/kitschy hotel that I just love, called “The Farmer’s Daughter.” It’s right across from The Grove and the wonderful (real) Farmer’s Market of Los Angeles, which I consider the one of the most potent lifeforce hotspots in the city.

The Farmer’s Daughter has a fascinating quirk: its guests win big money on “The Price Is Right!,” which films at the CBS Studios across the street. When we were checking in, we noticed a small altar of polaroids in the lobby of former guests who had won money and prizes on the show. I started looking closely and noticed that a number of the people had won in just the previous weeks. (”Hey…if this music thing doesn’t work out…”). A curly haired brunette came rushing in looking for her friends while we were getting our keys. She seemed a little high strung for the generally laid back vibe of the Farmer’s Daughter. Later I heard her on her cell phone telling someone that she’d just won over $7200! of cash and prizes! and a home gym! and a new computer!! It was awesome.

I love this place.

I always enjoy L.A., with its creative projects coming to fruition and hope and windfalls and drama all around, the old cars that haven’t rusted, the vintage clothing junkies who look straight out of 1959, the jangly walk of the musicians on Sunset and the wide eyed tourists everywhere. And the crazy dichotomies . . . the egg-white no-oil omelette breakfasts that the skinny movie stars pick at versus the massive, unholy stack of 7 grain almond granola pancakes we devoured this morning at Canter’s 24 hour deli & cafe; the vintage and the newest; the dreamy and the (really, deeply) jaded.

POSSIBILITY (of fate stepping in, of opportunity knocking and you answering promptly, of being asked to “COME ON DOWN!!”) keeps this world an interesting place for me. It keeps me on the Road.

5 Things I’m Thankful For Today:
1. Kari and Mike’s and Rhonda and Peter’s beautiful concerts and attentive, gracious guests this weeked
2. A great catch up email message from a girl I knew in grade school
3. Nice NU people that I met and got to visit with last night
4. The artistic accomplishments of people I’m honored to know
5. Successful people who ‘give back’ in big and small ways

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