Staying with Kim and Steven is so much fun! As I’m writing this, Steven is trying to convince us to stay later than planned tomorrow before we head out into the “unknown” portion of our trip (the drive between Round Lake and Seattle). Kim, meanwhile, is trying to convince Harrison to visit a tunnel somewhere…
Yesterday, we had a picnic! Harrison and Steven were very good at building a fire:
Kim and I were very supportive of their efforts, obviously.
Steven is a vegetarian, and Kim is a vegan. I love visiting them because we have so much fun and also because I get to eat awesome vegan/vegetarian food. This was a our picnic spread yesterday: “chicken” salad, chickpea-bulgur “salad,” “chips,” and “fruit.”
And also baked beans and foil-packet potatoes which were reluctant to cook. Every time we checked them, they kept saying “I’m raw potatoes,” oddly enough.
We each had our own flavor of Jarritos!
After lunch, we played some spastic (on my part) frisbee and took a walk around
Volo Yolo bog.
It was hot in the bog, but we made it look pretty good.
Steven made stuffed “burgers” for dinner on Saturday. Tonight, we had homemade pizza, each with our own unique combination of toppings.
Don’t worry, though. We’ve been workin’ on our fitness. Kim and I ran this morning. It was hot!
Kim is studying to become a personal trainer. This morning, she also coached me and Harrison on some couples yoga poses today.
Meanwhile, Steven practiced riding the motorcycle of his dreams. [Kim may have just expired from over-laughing at the picture.]
Data is highly judgmental of our antics. Seeing us goof around probably makes him feel, as Kim and Steven say, “stabby.”
After a delicious brunch at Wildberry, we went to see World War Z. It was really tense (evidenced by my sharp intakes of breath), but I think we all enjoyed it. (Some friends have told me that it isn’t as good as the book, but none of us had read it.) In case you don’t want to see the film though, it’s basically like this:
While they made dinner, I decided that Kim’s collection of cans makes her really unique…just like liking Christmas! 😉
Liking pizza? It also makes you unique.
Thanks for the fun weekend, Kim and Steven and my cat-boyfriend Data! Next time we get together, Kim and I will wear our maxi dresses for the photo.