Tuesday, April 30, 2013

what we did//26 part II

MAR13WED We stopped by the Pasadena Humane Society per usual. I think it's one of Peter's favorite things to do. We went to Paper Source in Old Pasadena to look around and then stopped by Urban Outfitters next door to find a pair of replacement sunglasses for me. I got a pre-lunch dessert at 21 Choices (original yogurt + frozen fruit blend: frozen strawberries, blueberries and peaches) and then we went to Euro Pane where I got the egg salad as usual (on olive) and Peter got something else. Maybe egg salad too, I don't quite remember. Peter had to go to work and I decided to walk to the "library" which may have been the worst decision I made during the whole trip. I was wearing uncomfortable flats and a warm sweater and carrying a 15 pound bag over my shoulder and even though the "library" was only like a mile and a half away, I thought I had to call Peter to come rescue me. Except I couldn't because I had the keys. My feet were blistering to the point where I couldn't get them back into my shoes and I thought about walking barefoot back to Peter's work. Oh, and the "library" had no air conditioning and was super super tiny - I couldn't even find a place to sit because someone stole my seat. So I dragged myself back to Peter's work and slept in the car until Peter was done. We stopped by home to change and then headed to Little Tokyo to have dinner at Curry House (my fav). After dinner, I got a cappuccino at Cafe Demitasse while we yelp-ed things to do in the area. We ended up going to watch Silver Linings Playbook which I was really excited for but didn't really end up liking, although I did fall in love with Jennifer Lawrence. The movie ended pretty late and we looked for a CVS that was open for me to buy tea tree oil (for my face). We were both so tired and out of it. Peter was so tired he put his keys down somewhere and we lost them (temporarily) but someone who worked there found it. In the seasonal section. (Where they had weird frog statues and garden ornaments.) I would have wanted to stay up but I think this was a sign to call it a night.

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