ripresa (ripresa) wrote,

San Francisco: shopping, iphone, friends

Thank you for the well wishes guys :) It's kinda weird using the term "fiance/fiancee"... I'm still saying "my boyfriend" cos "fiance" just sounds weird, I'll have to practice saying that.

Yesterday I got to go to Marina Morrison to try out wedding dresses. But, she didn't let me try the Oscar de la Renta dress, since it was so not on my budget. Even though I really wanted to try this amazing dress. But I did try out other amazing, and still too expensive dresses. It was fun, like playing dress up. I don't want to pay full retail for the dresses I try out, so we'll see. Maybe sample sales, ebay... or something else. I am thinking of getting a cheap dress and altering it myself. All the costumes I made recently come out well :-P......

After that, my iPhone died. Which stressed me out. I've been realizing this whole trip how well Andy handles my episodes of freak-out-ness. He's chill and patient, which helps me a lot. We had to schedule an appt for later the evening since the shop was swamped.

Lunch at Indonesia Restaurant which was really delicious. Then I met up with Pooja, an old Cornell buddy... and her daughter and husband (who is the lead for the Google OS in development).

Then to the iPhone store where they replace my poor iPhone, which was a relief.  Shopping at H&M, Nordstrom, Anthropologie, though all I got was a dress from Anthro. Then I was too tired to join Andy for an improv show: "Awkward Family Dinner" that had Tim Orr and other Bats people but were in a different theater. He hung out with them afterwards for drinks and socializing at Tim's house. I wish I had joined that part! But I was home at the hotel, stretching, browsing the web and getting some much needed rest.

Today is also another full day, and we fly out at the red-eye at midnight. I have work tomorrow!
Tags: dining, san francisco, vacation, wedding
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