I was born at the Sharp Coronado Hospital in 1995 and have been so fortunate to live in Coronado ever since. Coronado is such a great place to hang out with friends and family because of the small town feel and the friendly people. There are so many restaurants, beautiful parks, pools, and of course the movie theater and world famous beach to enjoy. Everything is nearby and pedestrian-friendly.
I went to Sacred Heart Parish School, Christ Church Day School,…Continue
My Coronado story begins this past June, 2011.
After being born and raised in Southern California, I followed my heart to Annapolis, MD upon graduating from the University of Southern California. My fiancé (and now husband of nearly 20 years) had one more year at the United States Naval Academy. We were married two days after he graduated and haven’t stopped moving since! We have lived in Florida, Texas, Washington, Virginia, Hawaii and California. We were in San Diego in 2003 just…Continue
My history in Coronado really starts in the 1980's when my parents came to visit Coronado on a whim and ended up staying here for good. I was born in a San Diego hospital so my first day in Coronado was actually the day after I was born! Some of my first memories of this enchanted isle were…
I was born right here in Coronado Hospital. My father, a Navy Captain, met my Mom, a Navy Nurse, at the Officer’s Club on North Island Naval Base. I attended Village Elementary School from…Continue
To completely understand the epic tale of how I came to live in Coronado, you need to go back to the beginning. As in, back to the nineties. I was born in London on May 30th, 1997. I’m a dual citizen of both the United States and England. My parents, natives of Ohio and Pennsylvania, had met at Villanova University and were living in the United Kingdom. My dad was working at a British company and my mom was attending the London School of Economics.
Growing up in Coronado has been one of the many things I am extremely fortunate to have as part of my childhood. It really excites me to think that I am a true native privileged to be born on this little slice of paradise. Many say that growing up in Coronado is not like growing up in a real town; there is no need to lock your bike or worry about your lunch money at school. Kids like me who have grown up here have lived a lifestyle that one could probably only see in a movie: carefree and…Continue