Archive for June 2012
Brooklyn scarf from my shop and I threw in a few other items for her to enjoy as well. It's been a busy week, both at my day job and this job, and I have been enjoying it!
This evening, we went out for some snacks and drinks. For once, I didn't take any photos of my drink or food, but rest assured that it was all tasty.
|My smiley girl.|
|Can you see the bulldog in her now?|
|Skeptical Ryan is skeptical.|
We stopped at one of my favorite local clothing stores so that I could continue walking around downtown for the evening. One pair of shoes was too small, another not the right color and another was...manageable. The sales person felt so bad that my sandal broke while I was walking around that she gave me a discount when ringing up the new pair of flats. I was grateful for this unexpected gift and walked the shoes out the door.
Let it be known that while I am not a fan of sequin shoes, I actually don't mind these and they are kind of fun with this flowery print maxi dress from H&M.
With the shoes purchased, we were able to carry on with the rest of our night, enjoying some food and drinks with our Tater Bear.
P.S. Don't forget to enter my shop giveaway through Pussycat Vintage. Click here to enter! I can't wait to have you win!
|View of part of the city from Pier 39.|
|In Chinatown, having lunch.|
|In the Mission, eating strawberry salad and imbibing beer.|
|at the beer place. loved the simplicity.|
|our bread at Absinthe, my uncles' favorite restaurant.|
|phil and ryan's oysters at Absinthe.|
|Jeff has a marvelous aquarium that he has begun. SO impressive.|
|closer view of fish and corals.|
Anyone else have weekend plans?
What are you doing/did you do on your lazy Sunday? Monday is coming too soon, once again.
There is just something about these three items that makes me want to snuggle up in them and read books. Earlier this week I had three moles removed via the shave method. It was fine at the time. Then later I became nauseous. Then today when Ryan helped change the bandaids, I felt nauseous at that time as well and had to lay down for a while. I'm really hoping this doesn't last throughout the whole healing process. Three weeks of this will get old.
|So many people were packed into the house for the ceremony.|
|I love chandeliers.|
|The first of a ten course meal. Suckling pig variety.|
|Noodle bowl with shrimp and veggies.|
|crunchy fried chicken|
|lobster with ginger and scallions|
|abalone on a bed of greens|
P.S. If you are wondering about the copious amounts of meat featured in these photos...yes, I am still vegan. Part of providing a service for people is accepting where they are at and putting aside my biases to make this day the best possible.