I'm on the other coast.
San Francisco is really great and I enjoy it a lot and last night was a great sake drunk kinda night.
I don't know what we're doing today. Karl is still asleep, I'm unfortunately wide awake and downing painkillers for the female type issues (EVERY FUCKING YEAR on Christmas) and I guess later we'll be going out to see if there is a restaurant around here that's open.
Ya know, I must admit that, as much as the whole christmas thing has never much thrilled me it's weird not opening any presents or cards or anything. Karl bought a camera as a suprise gift for both of us, but I honestly haven't really used it at all yet because it's huge (sigma s90)and not much suited to random street shots, and also I really have to sit down with the manual to figure it all out.
I'm not sure what it is exactly that I feel like I'm missing.
Maybe my family?
I should call them.
Anyway, for those of you who care about things like this, I really do wish you a merry christmas, a happy new year, and hope that you do whatever it takes to make your life what you want it to be.
now I'm going to watch the weather. Because nothing cements for you that you are somewhere else like turning on the tv and catching the local news.