Outside of my sisters (and I definitely am including my sister in laws as MY sisters) I have two best friends. I was lucky enough to meet these girls my freshmen year at BYU. I'll be honest, I was a crappy friend until I met these two girls (sorry high school friends :( ). They have taught me so much about what it means to love and what it means to be a good friend. I know I can always count on these two and they would do ANYTHING for me, and I for them. That's why our 3 day weekend trip to San Francisco in March made me feel like I was 18 again.
Katie, Kristin, and Brianna on my wedding day 2005.
Our girls weekend was the most fun I've had in a long time. I LOVED spending time with people who REALLY know me and had no problem telling me how it is ;). I guess I have high expectations for these girls, they both had a heavy suitcase to prove it. We had fun late nights catching up on each other's lives, dancing, and eating yummy food.
I haven't gone dancing since 2005 but I swear the music was the same as it was in college, how is that possible? Loved the drunk Germans we met who worked on the cruise ship this night. Actually, every time I go to San Francisco there are tons of Germans.
The De Young had the most fantastic/horrorfying exhibit of photographs of the American invasion of Iraq. My visit was cut short because crying in public isn't my thing. Although apparently I didn't look that bad afterwards because some FIFTY YEAR OLD museum worker thought us ladies should join him for a museum after party with FREE drinks... ugh! How old do you think we are!?
Not surprisingly no one asked us to join them the last day for drinks. We were trashed! I was sore for days from walking. Pathetic, yes but accurate. I LOVED Brianna's bag lady outfit the last day. Every time I go to Alcatraz I FREEZE! With this warning we all put on all of the clothing left in our suitcase to prepare.