Cali crew, we missed you (travel)

January 28. Sunday. Los Angeles

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.”
‭‭Romans‬ ‭12:2‬ ‭NIV‬‬

Woke up early to the sunrise and that revealing moment of “omg I am actually here.” I found myself eager to get up and start my day. I read for a bit, wrote, stretched, prayed, and got my green tea on. Before I knew it, 8 o’clock rolled around and Joanne was awake. Time to greet our friends at breakfast, and surprise our last friend! With no plan for the day, we knew one thing – COFFEE. We invited our mates and headed to Hollywood in search of Go Get Em Tiger cafe.

Go get em tiger: Turmeric almond macadamia $5

By 5 o’clock we got home right in time for dinner from the Griffith Observatory.

Sky Light Books

Los Angeles

El Polo Loco Mexican

Los Angeles

Cobb salad $7

(pretty good for fast and a not-so-clean dining room)

Dinosaur Coffee

Los Angeles

Americano $3.50

Atmosphere: priceless

In the evening we were off to MOSIAC Church (probaly the most powerful chruch service I have ever attended- after the service they baptized 100+ on this street corner in Hollywood!)

Later, we met our prior classmate Aaron; who was accompanied by his friend Miley, who we grew to love instantly!

I don’t eat dairy… so no pizza for me… but surely the best crust like EVER!

January 29. Monday. Los Angeles

Daily goals: Find sunglasses, Kombucha on tap, and an awesome place to eat in Long Beach

YWAM Los Angeles 

We joined our past home for morning worship

“I couldn’t earn it, I️ don’t deserve it

Still, you give yourself away”

Fourth and Olive

Long Beach, CA

Chopped salad: $16

The owner shares with us “this is my french bistro with strong German influence”

Lord Windsor coffee

Long Beach, CA

Long Beach with our wise, handsome, and faith-filled friend Aaron

Song of the day: faithfulness John Thurlow

Parcheesi. So much laughter

God puts people in our lives who are going through similar trials that we may strengthen each other.

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