My Favorite Movie

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Since High School, my favorite movie has been “So I Married an Axe Murderer”.  It is funny, quirky and totally quotable. The movie is not for everyone, and many of you may not even think it is funny at all, but Mike Myers used to be the man I wanted to marry!  He is so very funny and I guess in a way, I married a man with very similar personality.  Makes me laugh every day!

The whole movie is set in San Francisco, and every time we go, which is not very often, I am on the hunt for businesses that were in the movie.  Unfortunately, many of them have shut down, but I did get to visit some of these places 10 years ago.  After a long day in China Town and Pier 39, My husband and only two of the kids piled in the car.  Oldest Bit wanted to go with His aunt.  As we turned the corner, Fog City Diner came into view and I had flashbacks to the movie.  If you have ever seen it, then you will get this next part.  “No, no, no, no, no infinity.”  I may have screamed “Stop!” and scared my husband a little, but when he saw what I screamed about, he quickly understood.  He pulled over, and said, we are going in!

The place was wonderful, and has the best virgin drinks for the kids and the best non virgin drinks for the grown ups!  The staff was so friendly, and it did not disappoint, except Mike Myers was not there.

I am so happy we got to visit this restaurant, and relive my quirkiness from High School, and college, and lets face my every day life.

Hope you are all having a great day!  Wish you a great week of exploring!

Love,

Suzy

Glimpses of San Francisco

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We are back from our lovely trip to San Francisco.  It was extremely busy, and packed full of stuff to do, but oh so much fun.  It has been years since I have been there.  I think 9 to be exact.  I was last there for the birth of my first niece.  Now she is so grown, and I have another niece who is equally as grown.  It seriously had been way too long and overdue for a visit.  My parents flew to our home town, and then we drove to California, all of us packed in for a twelve hour drive.  We had a wonderful time, and memories were definitely made.

We made it back early Saturday morning (around 130), slept in and then all of us went to Easter Vigil that evening.  Sadly on Easter Sunday, we drove my parents to the airport and said goodbye to our trip.  Since then it seems as though we have been trying to find our footing once again.

I will share more pictures throughout the week, I just wanted to drop in and say hello to you all!  I have been having fun catching up on your blogs and seeing how you all are doing.

I hope you all are doing well!

Love,

Suzy