What I’m Listening To || Hozier

This one just keeps staying stuck in my head.

You know I like my chicken fried…

This past weekend ‘s adventure took us out to San Bernardino, CA for a Zac Brown Band concert.
20141018_173916Tim is not a big fan of concerts, but this was actually his idea!  His boss got him hooked on Zac Brown a while back and we had heard he is amazing in concert.  So we bought tickets the day they went on sale. (we are just going to ignore the fact that tickets showed up on Groupon a week before the show…)

We headed out there early to eat and stuck with the country theme with a BBQ dinner.


The concert was at San Manuel Amphitheatre. We had no idea it would require such a hike from the parking lot,  but we got to walk off our meal.


Most importantly, the concert was so good!  They played all of our favorites and some surprising covers like Metallica and Red Hot Chili Peppers.


If you like Zac Brown Band and have never seen them live, we highly recommend it.  We both agreed we would go again and would even pay more to sit closer.  They had some really fun stage tricks and design elements we would have loved to see close up.

What a great night!

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Orange County Night Market

This weekend we spent some time at the Orange County Night Market with some friends of ours.

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I guess night markets are a big thing in Asia, so a group decided to bring them to California.  It was only the 2nd one ever hosted at the Orange County Fairgrounds, and it was great!  Part cheesy carnival, part art walk, and the food! Oh, it was all about the food!    Miister Potato
There were a ton of food trucks and food vendors.  A majority of the food vendors were from Southern California shops and the whole event was heavily Asian inspired.  There were some really weird things… like popping fish balls (Tim says these were awful!), BBQ squid, and… D-Cakes… Yes, dick cake. Penis shaped cake. On a stick.  That made for some great photos that I just refuse to show you. :)

There were, of course, some delicious food options too!  Some highlights for us were Kobi-Ahi’s kobe beef sliders (devoured these well before we could get a picture) and macaroon ice cream sandwiches from Dolcissimo Bakeshop.  Tim is a much more adventurous eater than I am… He had the BBQ squid.

My favorite part of the night was the custom portrait we got drawn of us by Jessica aka Miss Mindful. It’s oh so cute, and has now become this blog header :)

Overall, we had a great time and definitely recommend visiting the Night Market the next time it’s in town.



A huge THANK YOU to everyone who was a part of Kenny’s 30th Birthday Celebration!

It was so great to see family and friends from all over California- and even from Kansas, Colorado, Ohio, and Illinois!

Kenny had such a great time and the day was so special for him.

To see pictures from the party, check out these links:

Company 77 Photo Booth Pictures

Other Pictures from the Party

Pictures of Kenny That Were in the Slide Show

If you have any photos from the party to share, please email them to me at christysaurus@gmail.com

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Lessons Learned

I shouldn’t have dated the guy from the FedEx Printing Shop by my house because now I have to drive to a far away one when I need something done.

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What I’m Listening To || CHVRCHES

This album seriously needs to come out already…
Been love!-ing CHVRCHES for a while now.
This is their latest.

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Current Obsessions

Things I’m loving right now:


1. This photo of LA my friend Erik took yesterday. Check his Instagram @eatveitmoe

2. Justin Timberlake’s new album. So freaking good. You can stream it early on iTunes here.

3. Tumblers from The Mason Bar Company.  Seriously, these are the best. I’ve gotten so many compliments on mine and gave one to my friend Chrizle who loves hers too!  Check them out!


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Dear Mr. Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes is one of my most favorite things in the world. I can’t wait to see this film.
Watch the trailer below and learn more about it here.


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“You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don’t try to forget the mistakes, but you don’t dwell on it. You don’t let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.”

||Johnny Cash||

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