Week In Review

Feb 26th
Best Week Ever!!
Started with some delicious desserts….
Chocolate Brownie
Dinner at Holdren’s Steakhouse for family bday!
One of the best meals I have had in a while.
Start with a fun martini like the Blueberry Lemon Drop.
Steak, chicken, fish…they have it all. 
Delicious food, great menu, and amazing desserts!!!
The Smores

Of course I kept busy by writing.
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Latigo taco and enchilada.

Big week for the Chargers in sports. 
Playoffs continued…..check it out (here and here).
Traveled to Grissini Ristorante to make my own pasta.
If you haven’t been…go NOW!!!
Dined and reviewed a local fav Latigo Kid.
And for my shoppers out there?
Found some fun boutiques in the area to check out!
Plus I had some fun starting the Closet Confessions.

The biggest thing on my list this week and weekend?
Oscars!
From fashion and production meetings to working at the Kodak Theatre, I’ve been busy.
So much fun and amazing memories!!!
(Don’t worry….will share all next week!)
This has been the opportunity of a lifetime and I am soooo crazy blessed!!
Make sure to tune in Sunday!!
For those looking for a little trivia, here you go…..

Shirley Temple

Oscar Trivia:
-The “Red Carpet” At the Kodak Theatre us about 500 feet long.
-Shirley Temple received an honorary Oscar at the age of 5 for her achievements in the movie industry in 1934.
-Oscars’ Statuette were made of plaster during the WW II
-Marlon Brando and De Niro are the only actors to win an Oscar for the same character
-Until 2010 no woman had ever won the Oscar as best director
-Each Oscar statuette costs $500 to make and weighs approximately 8.5 pounds.
-The first Academy Awards were held on May 16, 1929 at Hollywood’s Roosevelt hotel and tickets for the event were $5. That year, Charlie Chaplin was awarded the Oscars statuette for ‘versatility and genius’ in acting, writing, directing and producing for ‘The Circus.’
-‘Titanic’ and ‘All About Eve’ are the two most nominated films in Oscar history with a whooping 14 nominations each. ‘Titanic’ went on to win 11 of those awards.

– Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson lead the pack for the most Oscar nominations. Streep has been nominated a record 16 times, winning twice. Nicholson earned three awards out of his 12 Oscar nominations.
Bob Hope hosted the Academy Awards a stunning 18 times, the most in Oscar history, but never actually won a golden statuette himself or any other award for his acting. He did receive various honors, including five honorable Oscars.