Looking For LoLa

When I was in college, I was in sorority called Gamma Phi Beta. One of our symbols was a crescent moon, and our national sorority magazine was called The Crescent. Gamma Phis had the opportunity to get their picture in The Crescent by taking their picture with a crescent moon when they saw one and sending in the picture. For example, if I were to go to Decatur to hang out and saw this place* with the crescent moon on it, I could have someone take a picture of me pointing to it. Then I could send it in to The Crescent, and I might end up on the page that has all the pictures of Gamma Phis with crescent moons that month.

OKAY. Now that you have the basic idea, I am going to do something somewhat similar for Loquacious Lady, or, as I like to call the site, LoLa. If you are out and about and see LoLa (it doesn’t have to be capitalized like that), then take a picture! You just might (okay, you probably will) be featured on my blog in a “Looking For LoLa” segment. You can be in the picture or not in it, but you’ll get credit, no matter what.

The first Looking For LoLa is a picture sent to me by Jennifer and Justin Smith. They are on a trip around the U.S., and they took the time to shoot this picture of a store in California (is that right, guys?) because it made them think of me and my blog. How fun! I wish I could visit that shop. It looks like a cute toy store for kiddos.

Thanks Jenn and Justin! It was fun to know you had thought of me out there!

Keep your eyes peeled for more “LoLa”s, friends, and you can be featured as well!


*I found this picture in a flickr account via Google. Thanks Lee Coursey! I linked to your photo of the Crescent Moon diner in Decatur.

13 thoughts on “Looking For LoLa”

  1. Yep, it’s in North Beach which is a mainly Italian district of San Francisco just south of Fisherman’s Wharf and just north of Chinatown. Glad you liked it!

    1. Thanks for clearing that up. I didn’t think it was in Seattle (y’all haven’t been there long enough), but I wanted to check! I wish I lived near an Italian district and a Chinatown. Yummy food. …I think I need to get eat some spaghetti now. And some low mein. haha

      1. I’d have to say one of my favorite things about San Francisco was the food. I’m sad we didn’t get to eat more places. It’s expensive, but the food there is excellent.

  2. Lola, L-o-la, Lola

    I thought about rambling on with other lyrics, but the song’s not really applicable in any way other than that little line right there ;).

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