I went to a staff devo today (pictures later). And…
I played chauffeur for four…five people!
At foothill, Sean discovered that our keys for work would open the gate to the driving circle–a mighty tool indeed!
Was paranoid the entire time about parking at a metered one-hour zone
Ordered a California crepe
The 15 of us overtook a Crepe Vine in Rockridge
More than 8 of us had a camera and took pictures of each other eating and…spitting
Becky took a video of me rubbing my face and saying \”I am special\”
Not to mention, becky also likes to ask if anybody at the table was hitting on me
Spent more than $10
Drove to Fentons, couldn\’t overtake restaurant because there was already a huge party of little kids hungering for ice cream
I got rainbow sherbert and got teased by a coworker – \”how cute. jenn got rainbow sherbert! just like a little kid!\” I gave a sarcastic response.
Vikas called my cell just to say \”I am coming.\” A blunt conversation at that.
Took pictures of a little hapa kid eating an ice cream cone who got it over all his face–how cute!
Probably the last time I\’ll see the majority of this people together. When I move on to a new place, there will always be some people I will miss. Some more than others.
Then later, I rushed to Oakland (ditching Sean at foothill) to meet with my parents. I miraculously parallel-parked cleanly (after my third try) and walked to my grandmother\’s building. There I met up with my parents and grandmother to go to some shady restaurant on the edge of Alameda and Oakland called Pier 21. We got the early bird special. I had eaten only two hours prior and didn\’t feel hungry…but ordered some dish. I was disappointed by everything they offered. Typical American fare with seemingly small portions and disgusting vegetables. My parents were pleased though. I don\’t think they liked me entering the restaurant in my red shorts and striped camisole though.
And now for a fun fun fun link about how much horror women cause men. That may be one day.
Edit: pictures here and here