Stephanie and her friend, Leandra Ibrahim, prepare for the prom at our home, and then meet up with friends in Westchester to travel to the prom together.
Stephanie’s first teams coaching the Recreation and Parks league in El Segundo. Her second grade team was the Banana Slugs, and had Dylan Bucher as one of the players. Her 3rd/4th grade team was the Tigers.
We spent Christmas Eve with our good friends, the Carlsons, and Julie Downes.
We celebrate Christmas with Ron’s side of the family at his sister, Jan’s, home in Seal Beach.
We had dinner with the Uematsu family for Morgan’s 14th birthday at the Daily Grill in Brentwood.
The Venice Angeles & Ponies hold a combined Christmas Party at The Crush Bistro in El Segundo. Stephanie plays for the Angels and Morgan plays for the Ponies. The Crush is owned by Alvin Ching, the father of a player on both the Angels and the Ponies.
Stephanie, Morgan, and Ron run the Torrance Turkey Trot on Thankgiving Day. Paula Carlson also joined us, and Paula’s daughter, Eliisa, also ran, but Eliisa ran with her Cross Country teammates from South High.
Stephanie and her boyfriend, Ryan Kigawa, a junior at El Segundo High School, attended the Junior/Senior Prom at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro. While Fort Mac has its origins as an Army facility, it is now run by the Air Force. One nice thing about having a prom on a military base is that parents… Read More »
As has been the case ever since Ron can remember, the family played in the Tigers Basketball Tournament over Memorial Day weekend. Iris, Stephanie, and Morgan all had games on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Iris played at Pasadena City College, Morgan played at Whittier High School, and Stephanie played at Alhambra High. I believe all… Read More »
Ron, Stephanie, and Morgan ran the Run for Education this year. Morgan ran (or, mostly walked) because she could get extra credit for PE. She picked up Emiko from Iris along the way, so Emiko got some exercise. It’s a fairly hilly course, especially the last mile. This was the first year the race was… Read More »