That's Robert. He's made of magic. We had plans to drive out of town for a picnic yesterday but our plans got derailed. Still, it was a perfect day...
Fried eggs, toast and coffee with hubbers before he went to work.
Laney swap meet for awesomeness. Treasures included: 60s black leather pumps, a killer mini dress, a deadstock 80s sweater skirt and a vintage Mexican blanket for me. Plus a cool art print mounted on wood, a 60's copy of Tortilla Flat by Steinbeck, a swank Patrick James camelhair vest and Trivial Pursuit Genus 5 for him.
Lanesplitter Pizza - yum! The best 'splitter slice that Robert has had and though I've had many, many more I agree. They were extra good. Thanks to Noah + Dan.
Redwood Park for a trail walk. I hadn't been there before and it was lovely. A creek, a fern lined trail, big trees. This is when the camera finally came out. The redwoods were hard to capture but I got some color and texture stuff I liked. This place would be awesome on a hot day and it gets bonus points for being so accessible. Hard to believe but after a decade I'm still discovering new parts of my own city. We ran in to my mom's car in the parking lot on our way out (surreal) and left her a love note.
Kona Club for a Scorpion Bowl. The world would be a better place if every bar offered a bowl of tropical booze with extra long straws!
And finally Chinese takeout then home for a disc of Community and some couch time. I love having a friend that I can easily spend thirteen hours with. For me that sort of connection doesn't come along often and that makes it all the more special.
xo - jocelyn