All About lil o' Me

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Just call me your Budget Barista. I have been married for 20 years to the best man on this planet. He's sweet, caring, kind, but most of all he makes me laugh. We have Three adorable kids. A beautiful sweet pea girl, A 'superman' boy, and a love bug baby girl. We just love that we live where people vacation...where the ocean meets the sky. We live a wonderful life. I love my life and I thank Christ for giving it to me. Some random things about me are I enjoy baking, quilting, paper crafting, jewelry making, scrapbooking, and loving on my family. I am a Princess in the Kingdom of the King of Kings, diet coke drinking baby kisser. We are a homeschooling family but are part of a hybrid program where the children attend a 'classroom' 2 days a week and we do the rest at home. It's a blast. We also love to vacation and explore God's world around us. I think that's enough for now. :-)

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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

FREE! Family Day at the Beall

Irvine, Saturday, April 16, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Children and families of all ages are invited to enjoy free, hands-on art and science activities at UC Irvine’s Beall Center Family Day. Admission is free and open to the public. And because UC Irvine is having a campus wide celebration on April 16, parking is also free.

The event offers a “kid-friendly” introduction to new media art relating to the Beall Center’s current exhibit, “Inflatable Bodies.”  The Beall Center Family Day will include interesting art projects, and amazing hands-on demonstration by local high-tech companies in manufacturing, engineering, and design.  The Optics Institute of Southern California will present their “Artricks-Optricks” program, which teaches principles of light, vision, and other optical phenomena in a fun and engaging way.  Additional guests include UC Irvine’s MESA (Math, Engineering, Science, Achievement) Program from the Henry Samueli School of Engineering, and Irvine’s Mathobotix, an organization who uses the motivational effects of robotics to excite generations of children to study science and technology.
(Note Alternate Parking available at Mesa Court Parking Structure. Interactive Campus Map: )