Happy Friday everyone! Thank you so much for all the sweet comments yesterday! Hazel is doing much better today. She actually started feeling better last night. She was still a bit lethargic but she didn't have any more gross "episodes," as I'll call them. So me and the boy ended up going to the Dodgers game after all, though I did convince my brother (and his friend) to come over to the apartment to "babysit" just in case. Haha, I'm such a mom. He got free pizza out of the deal so it was a win all the way around.
I couldn't resist sharing this old photo with you from when Hazel was just a baby. She was the teeniest, tiniest thing! This is from when I moved last year—Hazel wanted to help me pack!
The last time I went to a Dodgers game was forever ago, when the boy and I first started going out. He gets tickets all the time from members (he is the head pro at a golf course here) but he always invites his guy friends to go! Which is OK, I mean I'm not that into baseball, but sometimes I wish he would take ME so I kind of gave him a hard time about it and he finally invited me this time. We made it a double date with our couple-friends Josh and Lauren.
It was a fun night with lots of ballpark junk food: Dodger Dog (with mustard!), nachos (I know I've said I don't like cheese, but I like spicy nacho cheese. I'm weird), and a huge Corona that I could only drink half of. I also had a few bites of the boy's frozen lemonade. To make things even better, we won! Dodgers beat the Oakland Athletics 3-2.
Here's a few pics from the night. As you'll see, we had great seats: in the loge, behind home plate!
The boys like to do this strange "Eee" noise and motion with their fingers, like an inside joke or something. Oh, guys. So weird.
I am so looking forward to the weekend. A new farmers' market is opening tomorrow at a community college nearby and I am hoping to check it out. And then tomorrow night I am going out with friends to a bar/club I have never been to called Bogey's to celebrate a friend's birthday. Then Sunday is Father's Day and I'm not sure what I'll be doing but I know I will be seeing my dad! It is also a longtime friend's birthday on Sunday, which is also the first day of summer! So much happening this weekend!
The one un-fun thing I have to do for sure though is laundry. Heaps and heaps of laundry.
Whatever your Saturday-Sunday calendar looks like, I hope you have a fabulous weekend!