I met a couple downtown who had just dropped their daughter off at the local university. I’ve had about five or six such encounters this week — I’m at Lytton Plaza almost all day, every day, for the music.
Unlike most, their daughter is 28. And Stanford sent out a press release, partly for her age and partly for the way her toes support her body weight, or like in the above, she seems to levitate.
Her name is Beatrix, she’s part Colombian – like her mom – and Jewish, like her Pops.
Her parents said she is retired from the Royal Ballet but noticed already that there is a local dance troupe called Chocolate Heads (led by my dear friend Ms Aleta Hayes, who I had coffee with this morning, as we circled the foothills and admired the bicyclists).
Good luck to BSR and Peter and Victoria…
The headline misses but I mean to say that at Coupa, which is VZ not COL you can order spicy hot chocolate or normal. BSR at Stanford would be spicy, fijate. Fijate but not fixate, helpful computer suggests.