I can't sit still for too much longer. Home = SF. Current adventure = Chiang Mai
If my relationship with this one had an album cover, this would be it. Me looking up at him in sheer admiration and love. Thinking how lucky I am. Him being suspicious and slightly anxious about why I'm being so nice. Then me coming clean about some awful thing I did (drank all his beer, dropped the Switch, booked yet another plane ticket, calling him from some other country to say "I love it here so much" and I'm not coming home for another month). #mylifeinalbumcovers
Having to wrap up this amazing weekend is making me feel things. Not so great things. It's hard to imagine that a little more than a year ago, I moved here because when you're used to your person living a 5-minute walk from your apartment, and you spend almost every evening together, putting a bridge between us was going to be a problem. I moved here, but had reservations. Everyone kept saying Oakland is great, better even, but whyyyyy? I got it within weeks of moving here. And so very glad I left San Francisco behind for this. Best place I've ever lived. #hellaisbetta#oaklandish#oaklandlove
Saturdays with the best #bae. Oakland has really put her best on display for this one's visit. What you can't tell from this photo is we're huddled up on a tiny section of a gigantic sectional sofa, that has no one else sitting in it.
Look at the look on this goober's face, right after the light went green.
My ride for the rest of my time in Tokyo also doubles as my attempt at fitting in with the locals. Would be even better if I had another child seat at the front, but a basket will do.
It's nice to see humans in cages, for once. Dance, monkey. Dance.
The Marshall men. Tates introducing his dad to The Eric Andre Show. With all the craziness in 2016, not a bad way to end the year. Hug your people a little tighter this Christmas.
That first cup of Saturday coffee is the best. Especially when you've been up for hours, waiting for your person to finally wake up. Woke up at 1PM today and I'm so happy about it.
This Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for folks. Still, missing folks in Chiang Mai, though.
Chiang Mai has ruined me! I probably won't be able to order a French toast anywhere else now.