Oh hai guys I'm showing up with like 48% brain power today because I had basically the most amazing weekend ever. Actually maybe not ever, it totally rivaled Yosemite but it was incredible nonetheless. If you haven't ever been to San Francisco you should probably put your walking shoes on and get your hiney over there because it's awesome! I'm going to post all the pictures later this week and you don't have to look at them, like I've said before it's mostly just a recap for me because I don't scrapbook and this is a way for me to document my life so in the future when I'm old and crotchety I can look back at 2014 and think of how fun I was when I was younger.
I have no idea where all of this is coming from. I'm mostly just typing and seeing what comes out.
So Thursday night I drove over to the valley and hung out with Keith's parents and sorry Becca, we did not talk about kangaroos at all. We mostly talked about food and San Francisco and Keith and it was great. Then on Friday Keith was there and we watched tv all day and ate a bunch of food and I cuddled with his dogs because guess who has two thumbs and loves dogs now? THIS GIRL. And not really all dogs, mostly just these two hooligans who wouldn't leave me alone ever.
A few hot hair tools and some face painting later and we were out the door. It was 4:07am and Keith was wearing sunglasses. "You look like a douche," I told him. "That's the look I was going for," he replied.
I really wish I was better at taking pictures of cities. SF is BEAUTIFUL and i just don't feel like I knew how to capture it all. This was the best I did. Are you impressed? No? That's fine, but lie to me and tell me you are because I edited the crap out of this to make it look artsy and stuff.
I will never ever have such amazing seats at a baseball game EVER AGAIN. We were 6 rows back from 3rd base and I could basically see the individual hairs on the players' bodies and I probably could have spit on the dugout, which I really wanted to do because we were right next to the Giants dugout and I hate the Giants.
Juliette: Oh, is that what those are?
Juliette: Yes, because I think those are tortilla chips and they just break them up into smaller pieces.