Jan 24, 2011

I miss you already

I have made no secret of the fact that I really dislike Monday's.  Work is daunting and consumes too much of my time during the week so this weekend I made it a point to get out and have a wonderful work-free time.

From the last row of Castro Theater
Friday night I had a scrumptious dinner at Starbelly followed by a double feature of High Wall and Stranger on the Third Floor at opening night of Noir City movie festival.  The 10 day movie festival is taking place at the gorgeous Castro Theater and if you are in, or close to, San Francisco I highly recommend going.

Saturday I woke up and ,being the nerd that I am, rushed accross the street to the library to get a new book, Abraham Linclon: Vampire Hunter.  It was love from the moment I cracked the spin.   I sat on my sunny stoop for hours reading and drinking coffee with the occasional pause to people watch.

In the late afternoon I played the role of supportive girlfriend and went shopping with Brandon.  In all my years of being a shopaholic I have never once spent more then one hour in a single store.  Brandon on the other hand is quite the opposite of me and we ending up spending 1.5 hours in Levis alone.   By the end of the day Brandon's hands were filled with bags of new clothing while all I had was an empty stomach.

Sunday was another unseasonably warm day in the city so I set out to take pictures of the murals in Lower Haight (I will post pictures later this week) before I wasted the rest of the day in front of the TV watching football and drinking beer.

All in all it was a wonderful weekend and I have my fingers crossed that next weekend will be even better.

1 comment:

  1. Definitely sounds like a lovely weekend! I've been curious about Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter since I saw it on a bookstore, but wasn't sure if it was just another "jump on the bandwagon" book after the success of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I'll have to keep it on my list.


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