I’m getting uber-frustrated with the lack of internet access in our apartment (the AT&T guy is coming Wednesday to do in the interior wiring), mostly because my photo uploading has grinded to a halt without it. Phone pics don’t count.
Amanda spent the weekend backpacking with some friends, so not to be left out, I spent much of the weekend unpacking with…myself. I’m seriously almost close to being done with nearly being unpacked. All of my boxes are empty, at least. Some of the contents may be on the living room floor, though.
John is leaving for LA in a few weeks, so a bunch of us went to dinner and karaoke-ing in Japantown for a going away party. Dinner was at Cafe Mums, where I once again had waaaay too much meat, and every one else had waaaay too much to drink. Afterwards, we went to Do Re Mi for karaoke until past midnight. Good times.
Saturday I had some South Bay errands to run, so I had dinner with Babs, Walter, Justin, and Brendan at Boardwalk, which was fun. I was, however, saddened by the warm weather, only because San Francisco hasn’t yet figured out how to be warm in the summer time. I’d also like to take a moment to give a recommendation for Green Citizen, an electronics recycling company. Before the move, I recycled a laptop and some batteries and other miscellaneous stuff, and on Saturday I dropped off some more batteries, floppy discs, CDs, and miscellanous electronic things, and they didn’t even charge me for it!
Sunday I had lunch with Yar, Jan, Dana, and Yar’s sister Mei at Dragonfly, which had really yummy crab and garlic noodles. Afterwards, I went with them to Sunset Supermarket, a previously-unknown (to me, at least) Chinese supermarket, and it was FUN. I got Pocky, gummies, shao bing, pork sung, tamarind candy, and shrimp chips, which Jan and I promptly microwaved once we got back to her house. (On a slightly un-related note, go to the Yelp page for Sunset Supermarket and read some of the bad reviews. Do you think these people had maybe just never gone to a Chinese supermarket before? Their experiences sound par for the course to me.) After playing some Xbox 360 and eating Mei’s awesome fried tofu balls, I headed back home to finish unpacking for the rest of the night.
Totally kinda completely unpacked.