San Francisco – Day Three and Four

The last two days have really just been recovery. Yesterday we went to the Museum of Modern Art and looked at all the exhibits. There were some really neat ones dealing using modern technology (like TV’s) to create art. There were also some early pieces using photography. I really liked the ones dealing with motion and electricity, they looked very cool. Two of the floors were closed due to renovations, so we left a bit early and headed out toward Chinatown again, since Griffin learned through her friend Keith that we’d missed 3/4 of Chinatown by walking down the wrong street. On the way there i stopped by the Apple Store and got a universal card reader and a new iPod charging cable. After got to Chinatown we did a bit of shopping, I bought a neat scroll which i’ll be hanging in my new place once i get back 🙂 I also got a magnet, can’t leave anywhere without getting a magnet, hehe.

As my time here comes to a close I’m starting to feel the anxiousness of returning home. I know i’m going to miss this place. There’s just so much to do here! Though I don’t think I’d really want to live here, it’s expensive, it’s cramped, and the amount of people would make it difficult for me to drive in my normal race car driver style 😛 Also the company helped a lot. I hadn’t seen Griffin in almost 4 years, and it brought back a lot of memories. Nostalgia can be a bitch sometimes 😛 One thing i have noticed is that we’ve both grown up since the last time we saw each other. In parallel in some ways, and totally perpendicular in others. One thing i do know is, I’m really going to miss her. I can feel it already. 

But on the plus side, i’ll be back tomorrow with good memories, lots of pictures, and some nice lewt.  Then it’s back to work on Wednesday for two days :-\

Published by Dan

I'm a technophile at heart. I love tech and how it can make our lives better. Let's take a little trip into my mind :P

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