Monday, January 10, 2005

“I don’t want realism. I want magic!”

This past week has been a lot of good things, but has left me totally drained (or that could just be whatever bug I picked up). Tuesday I got to go to Balboa park which is AMAZING! If I didn't have school till 4 every Tuesday I would so be there! There's nothing like free museums. In fact I may go again tomorrow. There is something so wonderful about museums. You can just go and take your time lookinng around. They're perfect by yourself, on a date, or with a group of friends. And I can think of so many worse ways to spend a day. It doesn't matter if it's raining or the sun is shining. Although Balboa park could only be more beautiful if it was bright and sunny. AND while we were there, Jon got THE CALL. I am now dating a District Attorney thank you for much. Well technically a deputy district attorney, but District Attorney sounds soooo much better. It's such a relief that he has a job. I love him no matter what, but he's so much more stable now AND he's so much closer.
Thursday we went to Little Italy which wasn't as much fun as I thought it would be, but it would be a great place to go out to dinner since there are a million restaurants. We also found this amazing Chocolate Shop where we had the best hot chocolate ever. It was like drinking liquid fudge!
And then last night we went to the most amazing concert. It started out with MC Lars who Jon loved and bought his cd. Then it was the Ridilin Kids. Frankly they had a very young band sound- meaning each person is so concerned with making sure they're heard that you can't hear a word the lead singer is singing. Then came the reasons we went, American Hi-Fi and Bowling for Soup. American Hi-Fi was great and full of energy. They played my favorite songs and when they were done Jon declared they were by far the best part of the concert, even better then the next band..... He quickly changed his mind. Bowling for Soup was A-MAZ-ING! Each song was better than the next. they played with the audience nonstop, and they played all my favorite songs. It was an incredible concert.

1 comment:

  1. Yay Kate! Yay Jon!! Kate I'm glad you have this blog now so that I can keep up with your life even though we don't get to talk very often. I hope things are going for you and give Jon a hug and my congrats!!
    Love, Sabrina