The Black Tux

For T’s outfit for our civil ceremony, we decided to rent out a tux. I did not want to go through Men’s Wearhouse so I Googled another tux rental company and came across The Black Tux. I thought they had a great concept, OK price, and what made us decide to book it was…

… and you were saying …

New projects.

I wrote out and deleted this introduction now five times and I honestly don’t know the proper way to start this. Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been having really great and meaningful conversations with various people – and many of them had to do with past experiences of mine and how I dealt with things, as well as my current relationship, my job, my hobbies, etc.

… & you were saying …

The last decade.

Going into 2020, I really have not given it much thought until the past week. To me, it was just another year. Time just seems to go by faster when you are getting older. I started seeing the “10 Year Challenge” on IG and FB where people were posting pictures from 10 years ago and now, as well as posting their decade in review. Then it hit me… HAS IT REALLY BEEN A DECADE? So I figure I should do my own decade review.

carry on

Story Time.

Monday happened to be Veterans Day, and as previously mentioned in my previous post, Veterans Day is a free day at Yosemite, so the park was packed with people. I wanted to take some pretty pictures, but it was really hard to find a place that wasn’t swarming with people. T found a pretty field that wasn’t crowded, but I gave him a hard time about stopping there because dogs were not allowed (we had Pepper with us) and it was not part of our itinerary. Well, T got his way and we got out of our car to explore.

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Yosemite

How is that in the 32 years of existence I have never been to Yosemite? But then again, I haven’t really been a nature person until I started dating T. Anyways, Yosemite is only 3 hours away from the East Bay, soooo why not explore !? The first day we went to Yosemite was on Veterans Day, which happens to be a Free Day at Yosemite, which means we save $35, but there’s a ton of people EVERYWHERE so beware!

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AutoCamp Yosemite

We promised each other no gifts for our anniversary, but instead we will go on an adventure. Make memories. Plus, living with each other and seeing each other pretty much everyday, we tend to just buy everything we need. Plus, with T’s birthday the month before and Christmas the month after, it tends to get expensive haha This year, we opted for Yosemite because I’ve never been and they recently opened an AutoCamp location and we enjoyed Russian River so much that we decided to give this location a go!

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The Fish Market // Fieldworks

It was Grandma Betty’s birthday, so T and I made our way to San Mateo to hangout with his family. This is the most I’ve been to San Mateo in a span of a couple of weeks. We are never here! Then again, T’s best friend just moved there not too long ago, so I feel like we’ll be hanging out more often!

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Disneyland… for the millionth time.

What did you expect? I am an AP holder, and so is T (but not by his choice haha). So if I am going to be spending that much money for an annual pass, you bet your ass I am going to go and try to get my money’s worth. I love going to Disneyland, I know a lot of people do not feel the same way as I do, but to each their own.

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