June was another whirlwind kind of month. We did get to spend more time at home, but not much.
Peter attended Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) June 8-12 in San Francisco. I took a few days off work and flew out Weds night and joined him for the remainder of the week. Although he had to spend lots of time in conferences and such, we had a great time exploring SF together.
The elevator in our hotel had mirrors so we took pictures on the short ride between the lobby and 5th floor each time. This one's my favorite haha.
We also rode the cable cars around the city down to Fisherman's Wharf and Ghirardelli Square and back.
And ate at the Cheesecake Factory which was super yummy!
I even enjoyed a delicious Strawberry margarita. :)
The weather was beautiful-mid 60's-perfect for exploring the city.
We ate delicious meals all week and gave leftovers to the homeless on our way back to the hotel. It was heartwarming to be able to give food to someone who was terribly hungry. It also made us very thankful for our many blessings.
We took a short cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge and around the bay. It was a bit chilly, but so much fun!
The night we flew back, Emily came in for the night and spent Sunday with us. It had been waaaaay to long since I've seen her and it was great to hang out and catch up. Why does Virginia have to be such a long drive away??
The middle of the month died down a bit for us and we were able to catch up on things around the house and other odds and ends that we needed to attend to.
And then the end of the month brought a second wind of business through.
We attended a highschool friend's wedding at Armstrong Farms the last weekend in June. The wedding was beautiful and it was so great to see how happy she is.
Awesome cupcake display:
Random wedding attendant:
Gorgeous bride with her parents!
Husband and wife :)
I thought this tree was pretty cool. I even dared Peter to climb in it, but he declined.
Me with my hubby :)
Women's bathroom sign. Have you ever heard the story of when Peter used the word heifer? It's a good one :P
Such a beautiful day and grounds for a wedding!
I loved this sign:
NBHS girls :)
And look, it's not even a self-shot of us!
Karen and Aaron. The next couple to get hitched :)
Bride and groom's first dance.
Me, Jamie and Karen:
The next day we headed to Barney's to hang out, watch HGTV and have a cookout.
Barney is happy we're there. Really. It may not look like it in these pictures, but he is haha.
Next up: July!