Day #4 started with breakfast in El Granada with the family. Uncle Thomas cooked up some french toast, bacon, and coffee! It tasted yummy and my belly needed it. I forgot to have dinner the night before. I blame it on the time warp.
Uncle Thomas, Trevor, Colin, friend Teo(sp?), and I jumped in the van and headed into SF for a visit to the SFMOMA. We met Mom, Juls, and John there and enjoyed an afternoon of art viewing. The random rain showers brought a lot of people into the museum so it wasn’t as enjoyable. The Photography exhibit was so crowded! Luckily my favorite pieces had few viewers and I was able to stand in front of Lichtenstein’s Cathedral pieces and stare.
We ended the day with a walk through Chinatown. I always love walking up the hill and then down into depths of Chinatown. We marveled at the $1.99 t-shirts, the 70% of entire store discounts. Uncle Thomas was his true silly self and was shouting out, “70% off, everything must go!” I bought a few little gifts for my lovely ladies back home and bought myself a few cute things too!
We parted ways at Union square hungry and tired. The square was bustling with people ice skating and enjoying the holiday lights. I had such a great two days! It was so fun to hang out with my cousins. I wish I could see them more often.