Growing up with a cluttered, too-many-tabs-open, ADHD brain, I’ve come to rely on some hardcore coping mechanism to make sure I don’t lose all my shit…or my mind while trying to find them. I’m a fanatical follower of the “a place for everything and everything in its place” school of thought. If something’s always where it’s supposed to be, it’s never lost. All that said, one of the greatest, most stress-relieving inventions of my adult life has been the Apple AirTag.
Last night, my teenage daughter Claire and I got to sneak peek the new Whitney Houston biopic, “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” (opens today nationwide). I’m an unapologetic Whitney super fan who Claire tolerates. If I were to sum up my thoughts on the movie in one sentence, it would be this: I couldn’t decide whether to cry or sing along, so I did both!
About four years ago, my sister Monica and I started a new “Siblings’ Trip” tradition, where every year or two we’d leave our spouses and children at home to enjoy some dedicated time together. The pandemic put those plans on hold for a bit, but we just returned from a week at Walt Disney World – The Happiest Place On Earth…and it, indeed was a “magical” time! Here some tips and snaps from our trip.
The kids and I went to see Santa today at Galleria Dallas today! How cute is this set up?! Santa’s house was LEGIT adorable. We got a sneak a peek at the SnowDay Dallas immersive holiday photo experience, which has dozens of fun Christmas-themed photo opps – including Santa’s RV and a fun train ride to the North Pole.
Happy Halloween from the Koches! Unlike years past, no real theme this year. Everyone (the kids) wanted to be something different and one Koch wanted to be nothing at all. So, with that, I present Dino, Fishstick, Sauvignon Blech and Grumpy Papa!
I was sorting through photos on my phone and started reminiscing about our wedding day in 2014. I thought y’all might like to see some photos from the fun-filled day, filled with many of our favorite people on the planet. San Francisco and its GORGEOUS City Hall played incomparable backdrop for the mid-afternoon service, which was followed by a boozy trolley ride to see the sights and an evening of dinner and dancing at the private dining room of Absinthe in the Hayes Valley neighborhood. (Of course, I cried through the entire service!)