Thursday, May 24, 2012

San Diego.

As I mentioned last week, I headed over to San Diego this weekend to spend time with two of my favorite friends. My old roommate, Bekah, relocated to SD for grad school last summer and my best friend {since 4th grade} decided to fly down for her birthday. Since San Diego is a six hour jaunt from Phoenix, I drove over for the weekend as well.

It was glorious. We could have been some place boring and ugly with horrible weather and the weekend still would have been great with these two friends, but we were in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Seriously, is there anyone in the world that dislikes San Diego? I'm sure the answer is no.

From hitting up a speak easy on Friday night after Sarah flew in to bike rides around Coronado Island to free coffee at Balboa Park before church on Sunday, the whole weekend was absolutely wonderful.

I love my friends.

I love San Diego.

The end.

{Except for the pictures of course...}

1. Bekah lives right in OB.
2. Listening to Bekah play the piano.
3. Off to the speak easy.
4. Breakfast on the patio
5. Dinner on the patio under the lights.
6. Bekah's roommate is queen of succulents. Obsessed.

Bike ride around Coronado. Best place in United States in my opinion. And we found an awesome lemonade stand. Young, female entrepreneurs.

We went to Balboa Park before church on Sunday. We stopped by a coffee cart and all three of us were treated to free coffee for Bekah's birthday. Thanks for being born, Bekah!

Love you, girls. Love San Diego. Let's plan our next trip ASAP.

*Linking up with Finding Beauty in the Ordinary.


bekah said...

I'm loving the look of your blog and the pics in the SD post are fabulous! Am definitely stealing them...some may pop up on fbook unless you are planning on posting them there too! :) Thanks for making my birthday weekend extra special!

Jessi said...

Sounds like you definitely had a great girls weekend! And you rock that hat!

Jess Judkins said...

Great pictures! San Diego is such a fun happy place :-) so many things to do outside! The people are super nice and the food is always amazing :-)