Monday, August 20, 2012

What a Weekend.

Hi friends! Sorry for the late(r) post today!! I had a fun filled weekend and I guess it just poured over onto today... or the fog covered my calendar right up and I just forgot what day it was. TOUGH to say. Also, I did a little updating around here over the weekend- so check out my revamped "About L&L," "About Kelli," and "Style & More" pages. :) ONWARD with my post:

I got a new desk- SO exciting. This is right after we put it together in the living room. I think Leonard thought it was for him... 

Grabbing a bevvie at Nopa before the Gap/Rue Magazine party. One of my favorite restaurants in the city so far!

Roxanne [and the desk] bright [foggy] and early on Saturday. Cute little thing.

I must have had a ton of good karma headed my way because I am sure lucky these days. Boyfriend brought me breakfast in bed with a sweet note. :)

Having a rainwater at Ozumo with good friends and new friends. 

Cute little jars of treats at Chile Pies

I don't normally like pies... at all. But this one looked AMAZING. I'm going back this week for a slice :)

My two favorite things combined: brunch and nachos. Brunch nachos. Brunchos. Amazing. @ Luna Park.

Tim at MOMA. [San Francisco Museum of Modern Art]

ME at MOMA. We went for the Cindy Sherman exhibit. If you have a chance, I truly suggest going. It was amazing! 

Thank you for stopping by- I hope you all had a perfect start to your week [and if you didn't... at least tomorrow is Tuesday]!! 

12 comments:

  1. LOVE that desk. Your living room looks fabulous.

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  2. Your apartment looks sooooo cute! I love looking at all of your food pictures, everything always looks so yummy! I'm so happy for you, it looks like you are loving it there :)

    Amy

    itwasloveat.blogspot.com

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    1. thank you Amy! i am really loving it. and you'll be happy to know there are likely millions more photos coming to the blog ;)

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  3. I heard about the Cindy Sherman exhibit a few weeks ago on Slate's Culture Gabfest and checked out the same slides you linked to. How cool that you got to see it in person -does it make you wonder where your imagination would take you if you got into transforming yourself into anyone / anything?

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    1. it was REALLY cool and inspiring. it was really fun to come up with stories about each of the characters she created... even though it was the same woman, you could pretend she had this history, this experience, etc..

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  4. OK a few things. 1. your boyfriend is sooooo sweet!! 2. Your desk and cat are so cut!! Is it a bengal? I had one and he was the love of my life!!! 3. That exhibit looks so cool! 4. Awesome weekend! xoxoox

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    1. thank you- he really is wonderful! and yes- we have 2 cats. Leonard is a bengal, Roxanne is just a basic shorthair. I loooove them both :) and 3. the exhibit was great!! thanks for the comment, love!!

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  5. I still can't get over your desk near the bay window, so good! So glad you're in sf now! I love following other sf bloggers. It's always fun to see where other people hangout/eat.

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    1. thank you so much!! I am SO happy to be here. and I totally agree with you- it makes it easier to find places to go or places to try that you might not normally. :)

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  6. Love seeing all the exploring you're doing around the city! Seems like you have a fantastic guide! All the best, hope you're settling well gorgeous!

    xo,

    Ali B.

    www.sanfranciscoblonde.com

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Thank you for reading! xoKelli