Was it less than two weeks ago that San Diego County was burning? Just twelve days ago that the Santa Anas were blowing and inciting the flames into wildfires?
It was hard to believe when I was in Chula Vista and every morning looked like this:
On a foggy morning, we do love our coffee.
I went with MamaMia and her friend Southern Belle to San Diego State University on Thursday and Friday and attended several of MamaMia's classes. I took my knitting and acted like I understood the French conversation.
On the few occasions when Southern Belle and MamaMia don't go to campus together, MamaMia can take the metro train. This is the station on campus.
The campus is much larger than Channel Islands, being a much older university. This is the original building on the campus. The five bells in the bell tower reminded me of the California missions.
Many of the buildings on the campus were built in the mission architecture style. When new buildings are erected, it is not always easy to match and complement the old style.
The new library
Usually by noon the fog burns off and the skies are Southern California Blue, again. The clock tower is another campus landmark.
Besides going to college, I enjoyed playing with Angel the cat, taking walks, hanging out with a cup of coffee, lounging in the apartment hot tub, visiting the local quilt shop, just sitting around and knitting.