Saturday we went to Seal Beach and had Mexican food twice.
I looked like a snowflake!
Sunday, Andrea painted my nails.
We watched Harry Potter 7 Part 1, and we tried to go to the Getty, but they ran out of parking. So instead, we went to Santa Monica, and drove for at least half an hour before we found parking there. It was worth it!
Man with a tiny dog in his murse.
Then we went to church. I wish I'd taken pictures, it was breathtakingly beautiful inside, but I felt like it would be sacrilegious. The music was beautiful, and the sermon just happened to be on the same passage as last week's at my church: James 1:27. Then we went out to dinner with Andrea's newlywed friends at BJ's.
After incredibly delicious pizza, we ordered the Pizzooki Party Sampler, with triple chocolate, white chocolate macadamia nut, peanut butter, and red velvet cookies with chocolate and vanilla ice cream on top. Heavenly!
Monday, we went to our favorite restaurant in Cali, Schooner or Later, for brunch. Looked at all of Andrea's pictures from her Europe trip, packed up, and hit the road.
For the first time ever, we didn't hit traffic leaving LA or coming into Phoenix!
As always, the time went by too fast, but it was perfectly relaxing and wonderful.
Now the storm has hit us, a storm of stuff to do before we can move, stuff to do on the house and cars for our landlord, furniture to fix up before we move, a desk to sell, packing, programs for my other SIL's wedding, packing, stuff to do for church, cleaning, cars and hotels to reserve for the wedding, packing, a dress to find for the wedding, downsizing, lease to sign, laundry, projects, and so much more. Not to mention blogging, and all the things I want to plan for the coming months.
I mentioned to Brian that while we were in Cali, I fell asleep right away and stayed asleep every night, but here, I toss and turn for hours. His theory: I didn't worry or stress while in Cali. I think he's right, all I thought about were the one or two fun things we were going to do the next day. Here, my mind is in a constant swirl of to-do lists.
It will pass. We'll get through it somehow, and I will survive!