The sea lions were super playful today. I couldn't believe how close they were getting to the people snorkeling!
We ate at our favorite breakky place in La Jolla: Aroma (aka. Barfly). I think everyone who lived in La Jolla was at La Jolla Cove and at this tiny little beach. Even though just around the corner there was another beach where only 5 people were on. Everyone was beaching, tenting, snorkeling, kayaking, and playing with the seals and sea lions.
I stumbled across these suprisingly pretty orange wedding decorations as I was walking along the cove.
I'm in a state of transition right now. Even though it's got it's usual mixed feelings, it's time to move. I love change! So, I'm excited to see what this next chapter of my life has in store for me. I'm not moving to a different country this time, but it's going to be very different than how I've been living in La Jolla. I'm going to be a legit valley girl, living near Fashion Valley mall in San Diego.
I live based on my gut feeling and the sense of peace that I get with every decision I have to make. I don't know how to explain it, but I just know that this is where I am meant to be. I know that something amazing is going to happen. So, of course I am excited! Plus, every few months of being in the same place I start to get that travel bug, so I think this will cure some of that. I still have so much more of San Diego to explore! I have cliffs to jump off of, festivals to dance at, and trails to hike! Even though I am excited to continue living here, I still have commitment-phobia. It's a year lease... a year. So many things can happen in a year. So many places to see, travel to, and blog about! So, I will be making a conscious effort every day to live as if I am a traveler, not a tourist (or someone that gets stuck in routine and doesn't appreciate their opportunities). I want to explore the places of San Diego where the locals know about and keep from the tourists. I want to break the code, and I want to share them with you.