‎Tiger For Life Podcast: Back to School with Blogger Kelly Stamps ’95 on Apple Podcasts

I had made us reservations for everything we did a few weeks before which really helped. We went to Soldier Hollow to tube. This is the prime photo spot in Park City. See the window to the left – that’s where we ate dinner. We got to sit right in that window on a Friday night.

The city shuts down pretty early, but the mornings are busy. To get our barrings we did the two estafeta rastreo 10 digitos day big bus tour. You can ride it as many times as you want and it takes you to Sausilito.

Harper went to two different Christmas parties with her 7th grade friends from church. I’m so grateful that she has made such a great group of friends. I see them encouraging each other and praying for each other and sharing Bible Verses and it’s just the BEST thing. And one of the best gifts for me is that I’ve gotten to be friends with a lot of the moms. Hollis had a choir concert one night.

Or some type of topiary thing for my mantle? Or some stylish Mossimo goods in stock? Says the girl who is still bitter about the boots that might have been. It may have had something to do with getting a new coffee maker for P because the one he had was stainless steel and he hated it. Now, I get to call Kelly my friend and we have fun chatting about our girls and the common struggles we have with friendships, sisters and their clothes.

I also thought I’d share a few other things I’ve liked this week. Of course that doesn’t mean I’ll like them next week because I am a fickle creature prone to change my mind at a moment’s notice. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley is absolutely beautiful. Not to mention they have Air Force One, Marine One and a piece of the Berlin Wall at the library. Definitely worth the visit no matter your political persuasion. Lake Tahoe is a favorite spot for many of my friends.

😉 A favorite eating spot is Jack London’s Grill and Taproom. We love that Carmel is Very dog friendly. We have also stayed at Doris Day’s Cypress Inn with our dogs.

Erin Hern shares that she frames each year’s picture and has a wall of frames with all of her family’s Christmas cards. I love that way to display your family through the years. You don’t have to have a husband or kids to send out Christmas cards. I love that some families just feature the family pet. Brooke Kingston includes her dogs on her card. A recent trend for people who have babies late in the year is to send a dual Christmas card/birth announcement.

Plus a park across the street if the little one gets restless. 1.The Mission in San Francisco. If you ask for queso, you’ll get queso fresco.

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