First I went down to Hermosa Beach, south of the L.A. Airport. It started off scarily foggy but soon the sun burnt its way through.
Tulea took her usual romp in the sand with Katrina Hodgson and Karena Dawn watching her antics. These two young women had a party to launch the opening of their new gym, “Tone it Up.” It was a good group of attractive, buff, young people, music, healthy food, and we took lots of pictures. I will be working with these two women soon and wanted to support them in this big new endeavor of theirs. They are now selling their new DVD online. Google Toneitup.
While there, I had some health drink made with green powder call Super Food. Chock full of vitamins and minerals. The man put the powder into a blender, with Rice Milk, added banana, raw almonds. It was really good. The product is made by a company called Boku. I bought some and made myself a smoothie this morning which has kept me feeling energetic all day but has no bad, hyper-type stuff in it. See www.bokusuperfood.com.
There was also a beer being served called Lhasa Beer imported from Tibet. I was told a percent of proceeds goes to aid Tibetan children.
After that party Richard and I went to Bridget Fonda and Danny Elfman’s to watch my son play unrelenting water volley ball. I got so excited when he made a great play that I spilled my Mai Tai all over myself. No problem. No stain. Prefer the enthusiasm to worrying about stains. It was wonderful to see Troy, Simone, my wonderful daughter-in-law, Danny, Bridget and her son Oliver, who is becoming the sweetest, cutest, original little boy at 5 years old. He was going around asking for pennies to try and reach $100 so he could get his favorite Halloween costume. Shucks. I forgot to ask him what costume that was.
I was hoping to get photos of the beach party but they haven’t come so I’ll post this anyway and put them in later.
Oh, and last night we came home and watched “Boardwalk Empire.” Frankly, I was disappointed. Maybe I was just tired. Too many parties!!