The Coldest Winter is a Summer in San Francisco

Anyone else up for a lazy Sunday? I didn’t think it was going to be like this, but a lazy day is how this day seems to be turning out.

Last night I just could not fall asleep, so I took a Unisom. Normally I don’t have too many side effects, but this morning I can’t seem to keep my eyes open! I tried going back to bed, but I didn’t fall asleep so I got bored. I just can’t seem to muster up the energy to tackle my want-to-do list (as opposed to the usual “have-to-do” list). So I’m catching up on blog reading and getting in some quality Netflix time with Squish.

That’s okay, we had a pretty busy Saturday. We didn’t make it to the zoo because Squish had a poorly timed nap. So instead we tried to walk up to Fisherman’s Wharf for some ice cream and to play tourist. We never made it past the Exploratorium since it was so cloudy and windy, Hulk and I were cold and made the call to turn back.

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You’d think with the palm trees and blue sky it would be nicer outside!

Squish didn’t seem to mind, he had a blast playing with all the unusual apparatus that surrounds the Exploratorium.

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As soon as we got back to the apartment, the sun popped out! So we met up with some friends at Union Square for a Philippine Independence festival. We checked out some booths and watched the traditional dancers. It was a really fun act!

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Back at home we had pizza and salad for dinner with some friends. I totally forgot to take a picture, but I had a homemade Caesar salad with a slice of pepperoni, sausage, and I think goat cheese pizza. There was some other stuff on it, but that’s what I remember.

I wasn’t feeling too well (hence the Unisom) so I crashed early while Hulk went out with some friends.

All right, that’s enough laying about. I should just get some coffee in me and got try to seize at least part of the day. Go make it a great day, kids!

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