LMNL | A Labyrinth Of Immersive Art

I'm very excited to share this post with you all today as we travel beyond limits of imagination into an inspiring and unique labyrinth of immersive art that was designed to inspire, amaze and transform. For a few weeks, Rudy and I had been trying to plan a day to go to San Francisco to visit Onedome, a venue that is filled with entertaining interactive arts. Due to the constant rain, our trip kept getting postponed. LMNL is located inside of Onedome and was created in collaboration with eleven new media and visual artists from all around the world. It contains 14 interactive rooms and installations with out of this world fun. This exhibit was very much magical. Rudy and I had the best time and took tons of photos that I've been dying to share. Now without further ado, Welcome to LMNL.

Balmy St Alley Art

Welcome back to my blog! If you read my previous post, In This City, then you already knew this post was coming. Last month during a visit to the city Rudy and I stopped to look at one of many alley arts, the Balmy St Alley Art. A friend of mine actually suggested I stop by here and check it out since we were fairly close by along with one other which we hope to visit sometime soon. This was the first time I ever visited something like this and I was so amazed by the wonderful and interesting art around me. The murals were so touching, we spent a good hour here enjoying and taking it all in. Today I'm sharing photos that we took while our visit.


Watching: tons of new and old shows! Rudy and I love cuddling up together and watching shows in the afternoon after we've both gotten home from work, cooked and eaten dinner together. This is something we've done since day one. Lately, we have been watching some old favorites like The Magicians (a must watch!), Riverdale, Teen Mom 2 (a guilty pleasure!), and Floribama Shore. Some new shows we've been really enjoying are The Masked Singer, Roswell New Mexico, and Deadly Class. We're both always looking for new shows to add to our weekly programming. Netflix has been kicking ass with their original shows and a couple we've both been obsessed with is, of course, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, The Haunting of Hill House, and YOU! I wasn't really expecting to enjoy YOU as much as I did. I already watched the Sabrina series and Hill House twice and I've been dying to rewatch YOU. I can not wait for season two of Sabrina and of YOU.

Le Marais Bakery

Welcome to another Food Series post! Today we are visiting a bakery Rudy and I went to just before the new year called Le Marais Bakery. I first heard of this cute little bakery on Instagram from another account I follow called Le Merché that I had been wanting to visit. Le Merché is a cute french inspired shop which is located right next to Le Marais Bakery. When I found out the two were neighbors I knew it was the perfect opportunity to hit two birds with one stone, without hurting any birds for that matter. I have been enjoying visiting so many new bakery shops throughout San Francisco and Le Marais instantly went to the top of my list of coffee shops to visit.

In This City

During the MLK Holiday a couple of weeks ago, Rudy and I had decided to venture off to San Francisco and spend the day exploring. We always have so much fun while we're in the city. There are so many things to do that we even keep a list of things we want to do and places we need to visit. It feels like each week we find something new to add to that list. Little by little, we're checking things off, and it's quickly become a weekly thing of ours to do, visit and explore this city. Like I said before, now that we're back in the Bay Area I plan on taking full advantage of all the things we can do around the area. I'm very glad that we're always finding new things to do in SF!

Our Wedding Photos!

Rudy and I have been married now for one year and four months. We eloped while we were living in Washington, just the two of us, and it's a decision I never regretted once. Since our elopement, we always said we wanted to take wedding photos. In a past blog post, I briefly mentioned that I wou…
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