Temecula Farmers Market, Wednesdays #Life #Tech #Temecula #RealEstate

If you’re looking for the hometown feels, look no further than Temecula’s Farmers Market. Every Wednesday from 900a to 100p, shop from a terrific selection of beautiful produce, delicious foods, and various products for the home.

One of my favorite vendors is Wild Rose Farms. They carry a lovely selection of natural soaps, lotions, and candles. I am now on my fourth jar of their soy candles. I bought “Creme Brulee” the last two times. They use a cotton wick so I feel guilt-free burning it in my home. Their candles make my home feel so cozy. I recommended their products to my friend and now, she’s hooked!

At the market, there are several vendors from farms that offer an amazing selection. We buy our produce and even cruelty-free and natural ground turkey from them. As a mom, I’m very happy to be able to offer my family healthy, natural, and organic foods.

Well, enough about me – hope to bump into you this Wednesday. Look for the white tents in the Macy’s Men & Home parking lot. See you then!


#Temecula – Bright Lights, Little Big City | #RealEstate


What I love most about Temecula is the Big Town feel in our small town. It’s as quiet as can be, safe, and has great community spirit. It also offers fantastic restaurants, terrific shopping, wine country, nature, and tourist destinations. So happy to live, play, and work here!

Farmers Market Wednesdays | #RealEstate

The Hubs and I ventured out to the Farmers Market by bike! I found it was a great place to get fresh, quality produce. There were booths ranging from homemade soaps, scrumptious pastries, handmade crafts, kettle corn, and more!

Farmers Market is held in The Promenade parking lot near Men/Children’s Macy’s, every Wednesday until 100p. Hope to see you there– and on bike! 😉


A Fantastic New Petco, Temecula

If you haven’t been in to the new Petco, put it on your to-do list! Petco’s new concept store in Temecula at the Promenade is so forward-thinking and brilliant that it really makes it a pleasure to shop for your pets. Not only is the store grander, but every area is utilized and has a purpose – There is a grooming section, cat adoption center, aquarium and reptiles area, food & treats areas, clothing section, and even a dog adoption area in the middle of the store. I was told by the Regional Manager sometime ago, that this is the first of its kind in our region. So happy they started with us! I’d post more photos of the store, but you’ll have to see for yourself!


Old Towne Temecula


Everyone loves a good treasure. And there’s so much to be had in Old Towne Temecula. We were in search of the perfect cheese for our excursion to Santa Rosa Plateau (see next post), so we decided to explore the specialty shops in Old Towne, hoping to find something. We hit it big!The Perfect MealIn this plaza, tucked away just off the main drag, there were several lovely shops – not the least of which had just what we were looking for! We chose a Chaource soft cheese from France at the Temecula Valley Cheese Company and took advantage of their olive bar as well. Earlier we had gone to Valle d’Brume for a beautiful French baguette. Talk about mission accomplished!

After wrapping it up there, we popped our heads into Kindred Work + Shop and Olivedipity. Kindred had amazing, amazing prints with fun, inspirational messages – and a good sale on them. They have events every week, if not nightly. I took a flyer and hope to bring my girl in for their kids night. At Olivedipity, we perused the many tantalizing bottles of flavored vinegars and olive oils. Any number of bottles there would make a great gift, I thought to myself.

I didn’t want to leave the pretty shops, but alas, we had to be on our way..


Temecula Valley Cheese Company – (951) 693-9500
Kindred Work + Shop – KindredWorkshop@Gmail.com
Olivedipity – Nicole@Olivedipity

Address: 42072 101, Temecula, CA 92590


Keyways Vineyard & Winery

Last night, Michelle and I had the opportunity to visit Keyways Vineyard & Winery for a tasting! I was there before and had a glass of the French varietal Roussane, but this evening, I had more time so a wine tasting was in order. We’ve wanted to learn about wines so it was a very educational night for us – not to mention we had amazing glasses of reds and really good conversation. My favorite was the 2009 Charbono and Michelle’s was the 2008 Dolcetto.

Although the weather has been chilly and dreary here, it was far from that inside. There were many groups and individuals coming through, listening to the live music, enjoying wine and each other’s company. We’re both looking forward to visiting again. Thank you Joe DiLullo, Jamie, Michael and staff for such a wonderful evening!!

Tom’s Farms Annual Pumpkin Patch

One of the best things I like about living in Temecula is how many family friendly and fun activities there are to do! This year, we went to Tom’s Farms up the 15 to pick out pumpkins. They had a great selection of pumpkins from small to large. They’re perfect for decorating and also perfect for homemade pumpkin pies! The staff was helpful and nice. We also looked around the shop and stayed for some great burgers and dogs. I’m looking forward to taking the kids back this Christmas season!

Star Treatment at Trader Joe’s

I was in line yesterday at the Trader Joe’s on Winchester Blvd. and the woman behind me in the other line mentioned it was her birthday. Well it so happened that the person ringing her up was also the manager of the store. I saw him quickly leave the cashier and return with a wonderful bouquet of flowers and said: “Happy birthday, this is from Trader Joe’s!” We all wished her a terrific birthday. As I left, I couldn’t help but think, THIS is why I shop at Trader Joe’s in Temecula!

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