The big weekend
July 12th, 2009
Hi everyone! I know it seems like forever since I last posted and I know a few people have asked us when our next post will be…since the move I’ve felt more tired than I think I’ve ever felt before. It’s now finally starting to feel “normal”, the past three weeks have been so intense and I’m just happy that we’re finally getting to a normal day-to-day routine.
Kevin, Brian and George trying to figure out how to fit it all in the truck
My mom was hosting a going-away party for us that started at 6pm, but we barely finished locking up the truck at that time. So Kevin’s parents rushed home and we attempted to clean ourselves up at our empty apartment and then rushed off to my mom’s house for the festivities! There were so many friends and family there to send us off and it was so great spending time with everyone that night!
My mama, Kevin and me
Claudia and her daughter Isabella (Claudia and I used to work at the Girl Scouts together)
Me and Kevin with two of our closest friends Brian and Brianne
The Redlands gang: Romina, Allison, Monique and Byron
Me and Emily
The Edmonds gang: Sarah and her boyfriend Rob, Thomas and Dorothy
Me and my Uncle Joey (my mom’s brother)
The Millikan gang: Jenny, Neil and Lindsay (and her bundle of joy Addison in the baby carrier)
Our first weekend in SF
We left bright and early on Saturday, July 4th at 5am and drove up the I-5 to our new home. Dorothy and George came along for the trip and the drive was really smooth and it went by pretty quick. We arrived at our new apartment around 1 pm and immediately began unpacking the van. Luckily, it went so much faster taking things out of the truck versus putting them in! After a few hours of unpacking, we decided to go out and get some food to nourish our tired bodies! We went to a yummy Mexican/Salvadorean restaurant on Mission called El Patio and it felt so good to get some food in our systems.
The night view from our street
The next morning we met my sister Jessie and went to one of her favorite breakfast locations called Zasie. It was DELICIOUS! It was a wonderful way to end our long, crazy weekend.
Dorothy, George and Kevin waiting outside Zazie
My unbelievable french toast!