I'm sick of the sicknesses!
Luckily, this weekend was chock full of panacea. Medications much more effective than NyQuil, and at this rate, I'll be handing these prescriptions out like I have the degrees to do so!
detour tour [have you tried one?] and I, of course, insisted we partake in the one that led us straight into the bakeries and cafes of one of my favorite SF neighborhoods.
Steaming hot pho at one of our neighborhood joints.
Harry Potter marathons. I demanded one of these after both Leah and Susan let me know they've only seen a couple of the Potter movies. Susan even offered, "but I mean I already know the ending. Doesn't he graduate?"
Hanna: ...... don't worry, I already have Sorcerer's Stone ready to go.
Wrecking Ball coffee, one of my must stops. The next day, we passed by the same area and Leah helpfully pointed out, oh look! It's that Bulldozer place you like so much!
Long walks and long talks around the neighborhood.
The best house guest ever who not only makes us all pasta, but does the dishes too.
Signing up for a new social media app with a group of friends and discovering the features together. Do you guys have Peach yet? It's a hoot. Add me if you're on it: @prptlycaroline.
Playing a round of Head's Up (Act It Out deck!) with your most expressive friends.
Walking the Golden Gate Bridge! What a beauty!
Coming across cute little farmers markets in Fort Mason.
Dog beaches and thirty minutes spent jumping for self-timer photos in front of the Bridge.
Walking all the way from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Bay Bridge, to home. That's all of fourteen! miles! My calves... are burning.
Leah slave-driving me into finally cleaning my room and doing my laundry. It's been awhile and it was lookin' a bit concerning.
She also made my bed.
(I told you she's a great house guest.)
Sushi delivery. Give me all the crunchy tuna rolls!
Did I say naps already? What about lattes? and watching Harry Potter all weekend long?
Are all of my bases covered?