I’m moving back to New Orléans. Many people ask “Why?” and I say “For love, honey!” It’s true; I’m in love and ready to begin the next chapter of my life.
I had a love/hate relationship with LA. The traffic is terrible, but it’s okay because the weather and scenery are beautiful so the top on my car hardly went up. The people and the “LA attitude” took some getting used to, and it seems that the image of HOLLYWOOD clouds a lot of people’s minds and judgement. Luckily, I had people very close to me that keep me out of the hype and focused on what I was here to do, and I feel nothing but joy because I recognize my blessings.
I will miss Los Angeles more than I can describe. These past couple of years have been warm and wild, and I’m so thankful that I got to experience such a splendid time in my life. This was a time that I really got to be without boundaries. I will never look back and say that I didn’t live it up! Trust me, I did! I made it a point to get a photo with everyone who showed up and to share a few last laughs before I say farewell to the City of Angels.
Someone put Tahir in charge of mixing drinks. Why does he look like he’s up to something? It’s because he is.
Don’t trust him Lexxi!
Tahir doesn’t even know what’s in his own cup.
This is Ro before Tahir’s drinks…
and this is Ro after Tahir’s drinks. DONE.
There was so much food –> Beef burgers, Turkey Burgers, Veggie Burgers, Salmon Burgers, Turkey Hotdogs, Beef Hotdogs, Tofu Hotdogs, Ribs, Corn on the Cobb, Asparagus, Salad, Mac n Cheese, Salmon, Chicken Wings, and an assortment of fruit, veggies, and desserts (just to name a few).
Marketa and her God-daughter
Arvin, Brandi, and Lenee
I appreciate everyone who came out to celebrate with me; I’ll miss you all. Plenty thanks to Tyrin and Marketa Ford for hosting my barbecue.