If there is one thing you should know about me it is that I am not much of a drinker. I dabble in Hard Cider’s or Hard Soda’s, but overall alcohol and me do not get along. But we live in an age where loving beer is at an all time high or, more specifically, the love of CRAFTING beer is at an all time high. There are breweries all around this great country of ours but recently I decided to partake in a brewery down South LA.
You may have noticed that I haven’t updated my blog regularly the last couple of weeks. Well there is a reason for that and it is a good reason:
I got a new job!
I won’t get into specifics but now that I am with a new company I need to take some time to get into their system. Also, with a new job comes money and I must be honest in that money has been a little tight as of late. So going all around Los Angeles and anywhere else in the West side of the country is gonna have to be put on hold for a while. But don’t worry! You’ll still see some postings here or there until I get a handle on what my schedule is like. I know for a fact in August and September there is at least ONE event I’m going to and it can definitely change in the future.
Don’t be too upset if you miss any future content! If you go to any of the tabs up above you will see a bevy of content from the last 1 1/2 years. It has been a wild ride since moving out here in LA and things will only get crazier as time moves on. I want to thank everyone who has visited my blog regularly for this long and expect bigger things to come down the pipe!
Who doesn’t love dogs? I love dogs and Los Angeles are overrun with the cute devils. Because of that we sometimes get a major celebration of the pups and have them all in one place. One of my favorite breeds is the Corgi; a hyperactive and sometimes the most silly of the breeds. Down south in Long Beach at Rosie’s Dog Beach there was a gathering of all things Corgi with “Corgi Beach Day”! Let me tell you that I have never seen such a huge gathering of dogs in my life. I would make this kind of meet up 24/7 if I could. But for the few hours I was there I was able to pet, take a picture of, and run into all kind of Corgis. So get ready to say ‘Aw’ with me: