Hello, my name is Sandy, and I’m a Travoltaholic. (I seriously should trademark that) The problem started when I was about 3-years-old and I was first shown the 1978 musical classic, “Grease”. I’ll admit the first time I saw it, I cried. Not for the reasons you think. They weren’t happy tears! Everyone in the room was singing to me and I was incredibly embarrassed. I declared I hated “Grease” right then and there. The memories are fuzzy from that age so I don’t know how I went from “hating” that movie to falling in love with it… and the film’s leading man, Danny Zuko, but by 4-years-old I had found my first love. “Grease” was the only word for me and I watched the movie every.single.day. But the love of Danny and Sandy wasn’t the end of it for me.
Today, I’m highlighting a photo from my first (and hopefully not my last) trip to L.A.
In this blog post, I talk about my journalism and writing journey. I’ve met some of my idols and am humbled by being able to work with them, especially nice guy, Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees.
L.A. stole my heart! Beach, long hikes up mountains, client lunches and more… Read on for photos & details!
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