Wednesday, July 15, 2015

And Finally,

Last post for today, and probably at least for a week. Here are convention photos from this years convention in San Fran, at the Cow Palace.

  I dont' know if you can see the white ruffles coming out from under Sophie's dress. She was uncomfortable with the length in the front (it was knee length, but she felt it was short), so I sewed a few layers of white ruffles onto it for her. I don't sew, so this was quite a feat for me.

 We ranged from about 6500 to 7500 for the 3 days. Not super crowded.

 I had all us girls outfits totally planned out for all 3 days...saves a lot of panic in the mornings. (pretend you don't see any undergarments)
 Below...with not sleeping at night...more than any other year's convention...I really struggled. Day 2 and 3 were powered by Vivarin.

 Below, we dinnered at Mango's, Pier 39, one night.
 This is our buddy Noah. He's 15 and quickly passing up Brian in height. Good kid, this one.

 A glimpse inside my bag : )
 Prep work.

 We had amazing weather this year! Beautiful, clear, blue skies, which usually does not happen this time of year in the city.

 Our daily trip through the toll booth of the Bay Bridge.
 The new section of bridge.
 The old section of bridge.

 Bamboo on a roof top.
 We stopped for him at Safeway, but potties were closed. Take that Safeway parking lot greenery.

 Morning of day 3. One of the good things we brought home with us when we moved back from GA...that massive mug from the hospital Myles was born at.
 Day 3 we tried different seats, which meant using this dark upstairs hall way.
 And finding a bathroom we've never used. Had to make funny faces.
 End of day three...we kinda all felt this way.

 Third and final dinner at Lazy Dog.
 Key lime cheesecake and peach crumble. So good.
It was an awesome convention, and I won't say anything more because I know some of you are going this weekend and I won't spoil anything for you.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for all the posts! Love these pictures...Emma looks so grown up I had to do a double take on a few of them.