And just like that I'm back. Typically when returning home from traveling it feels like I never left, however this time is different. I can definitely feel that I left. Partly because I am exhausted and partly because my house looks a teeny bit different than it did before. It's amazing what kitchen lights will do for a place. More on that later though, I've got a few photos to share. I've decided that I want to walk you through all of the fun Stitch Fix festivities that took place in a few days so for now I am going to just show off some photos that I took during my free time in San Fran. Friday was the last full day in the city and so me and the two other girls remaining [Natalia and Veronika] made our way through shops [obviously], sweated our brains out while pulling luggage up the 90 degree angle streets, and wandered down to Fishermans Wharf for some bread bowls. I get that this area is a very touristy part of San Francisco but it also most likely my favorite part of San Francisco [typical tourist, what can I say].
The first stop was at the Painted Ladies houses. Also known as the opening scene in Full House. I felt exactly like Mary Kate and Ashley when standing on that hill except a lot less rich and idolized. I don't think I have touched on my obsession with them as a child but just know they were everything.
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These lovely flowers were passed mid luggage sweat session. Any reason to stop and snap a photo when doing physical labor I say!
The reason for my existence--chili in a bread bowl. I said "come to mama" and to mama it came.
And then there is these guys. I know they are guys only because they smell horrible. Girls wouldn't do that. Cute slippery little things though right?
I made it back to Indiana just in time to watch my niece turn three and lick her cupcake like nobody's business. I am so proud of these offspring that are my family. If I could teach a child anything, it would be this....
Don't think, just lick.
And that summarizes reason number 253,000 why I remain childless, because that is the type of advice I give out to the youth of this world.