En Route to LA
So this has been a long time coming…
LA, California has always been a goal of mine. Hollywood for the film industry, obviously. This trip is special because it’s for business with my craft with the camera.
This is no basic vacation. I’m still grinding for my dream. I was invited out with my client, Crystal Bailey, C.E.O. And Entrepreneur. She’s currently looking for a house to move into in California and she has family in the smoothie business out there as well.
Her plans are to followup on the development of a preschool in LA.
This trip has a lot to be developed.
Before takeoff, the wait feels like forever.
I was unfortunate enough to earn a middle seat but thank the Lord I’ve lost weight or this flight would be unbearable, nonetheless, I’m super excited.
I thought it was somewhat hilarious Crystal was the last to get on the plane, as if they waited before takeoff for her.
I’ve been getting so much good sleep on this flight to LA.
So working out in LA, on an invitation by Crystal Bailey, CEO Entrepreneur Politician Businesswoman, to capture her as she is preparing her huge life change, her move to California.
What she is planning to do, is a huge game changer. I don’t want to reveal too much details but she plans on building a preschool as well as write a children’s book.
After the great picnic of African Cuisine, I ended my second night in California w/ my big sister, Goobie, whom definitely knows how to show me around her town.
She spoiled me good. She took me to Hollywood and we spend our evening on the Hollywood Boulevard/Hollywood Walk of Fame.
We got some great Mexican food. I got steak tacos w/ rice and refried beans and plenty of shots of Tequila.
Oddly enough the pandemic has changed everything but the restaurant made us share a table with a nearby couple but luckily we all were served outside w/ outside seating.
The greatest part about that late night adventure, was get this, imagine a food truck but with Strippers instead of food. Genius. Innovative. Astonishing.
And so obviously they park right near our portion of the Walk of Fame, practically blocking us in and instantly turning our outdoor section into an instant V.I.P. Section and it was great.
There was even a magically hero whom graced our presence. He had a remarkable story which I can’t remember a word of it due to all the Tequila but From what I remember is that he only gives away free doobies to the less fortunate unless you’re like me, a tourist from Detroit, and best believe my hometown was the magic word because when I said that he opened up. He told me, “You should’ve said that first.” He had a story about Snoop Dogg as he left me with a gift.
I’ll never forget that guy.
Besides that the Hispanic couple they sat my sister and I with were randomly pretty cool people and instantly we all felt like best friends that known each other for years.
Some will say what they want about California, LA, or even Hollywood, and some will say what others have said for that matter but the people of California I dealt with were some of the nicest people I’ve met out in public in a long time.
On my last day out in Cali, I had to stop over in Compton on Crenshaw and Slauson to see the Great Nipsey Hussle Clothing store which serves moreso as a memorial for him in my eyes. No more words needed about that experience except it was necessary and R.I.P Nip, the marathon continues, all money in and for the Neighborhood.
Grabbed breakfast w/ my big sis not far from LAX at a Jack in the Box and enjoyed our last moments together. Even had to remake a famous local whom goes by, “Doggface” with his famous Fleetwood Mac “Dreams” tribute.
✌🏾☮️❣️ and soul, From LA to Detroit w/ Love and I’ll be back home when I wake up. I’m coming home.