Adventure time again.
After a morning rehearsal, it was off to Pullman.
I will not lie to you, I planned it specifically to go to Old European.
And it was well worth the drive.
It was fun being in Pullman with Brent, too. It’s where we met, where I unsuccessfully tried to woo him, etc. Everything worked out, of course, and it was nice to take a look around.
Thanks, come classes, for introducing us.
Weather was not on our side, though, it was WINDY and cold.
Here’s a shot I accidentally took while getting my phone ready for a photo. It makes me laugh because you can see how breezy it was.
Unfortunately, it was also spring break and The Bookie and Sella’s were both closed.
We had a good time anyways, drove the scenic way home, grabbed Thai food and frozen yogurt and went and saw Burt Wonderstone (predictably terrible-funny).
I like you, Saturdays.
I also took a picture of my general view during road trips. Sure, he’s blingier than normal, since he had to borrow my sunglasses so as to not be blinded and kill us both.
Adventure time. Took roomie to Spokane for a job fair and camped out at a Starbucks, writing. Then home. Some work things. Blah.
I had an event at night, the Distinguished Young Woman scholarship program (NOT a pageant).
It was actually pretty fun. The ladies showed their poise and talent and so on and there was a totally insane (in a good way) marimba performance.
Well, it’s back to my theme song “On the Road Again.”
This time, off to Pendleton to see BroBro, sister-in-law-to-be and, of course, Godiva.
It’s always fun to see them. It was relaxing, too. I read on the couch while the boys played video games, we watched a movie.
Then, out to dinner for miraculous Mac and cheese and the happiest beer I’ve ever seen.
We also hit up some Pendleton bars.
Mostly, my TILT was just seeing BroBro.
I don’t get to see him very often and I miss him.
It was a good day.
I was driving from Othello to Renton a couple of weekends ago as part of a journey to parts unknown. I left later than I usually do and was rewarded with a truly gorgeous sky.
This is between Othello and Vantage, somewhere.