I hope you had an amazing Christmas! I sure did. It was a very eventful weekend so I decided to share a little recap here on The Cutie Life. Yay for life stuff!
Christmas Eve was a busy day. I worked most of the day before heading to the airport. We arrived nearly three hours early and had time to eat a meal, do a little shopping, and rest before our flight. During my shopping I found the cutest marshmallow mug and had to buy it.
We ended up being delayed an hour and didn’t get in to California until 11:30pm. On the plus-side, we flew first class to California and enjoyed some wine and fresh cookies. It was bomb.
Christmas day was pretty great. My parents loved their gifts, I took a ton of photos with the two of them, which is always wonderful, and I received a few items that I really wanted. After the hustle and bustle of gift opening we lounged for a bit before enjoying a yummy dinner. That evening we continued to enjoy each other’s company and watched the movie, “Selma”. Seriously, if you haven’t seen this movie you need to.
On Saturday Fletch and I took a little adventure up to San Francisco. I really wanted to check out the ModCloth Fit Shop and we thought the trip would be a fun way to spend the day. The ModCloth store was pretty cool. I liked being able to try on items first before buying them online. I was a little dissapointed in the selection BUT it was still cool. I mean, any excuse to check out ModCloth stuff is fine with me.
After the ModCloth store we went to Japantown. It is now my new favorite place in San Francisco. We spent three hours there and I could have stayed for three more. It was Hilary heaven. Lots of cute stores filled with cute things. I spent entirely too much money and I don’t regret any of my purchases.
My favorite part of Japantown was Pikapika. It is this little store filled with photobooths. Fletch and I decided to try one out and ended up in one of the booths deemed “difficult”. I didn’t think it would be too difficult so we jumped in! Little did we know that the booth was in English and Japanese. We had no idea what we were doing and ended up getting some pretty amazing/silly photos.
Sunday was spent at home enjoying our last few hours together with my parents. We took some photos, watched TV, and chatted. It was the perfect way to spend our last day together.
I had an amazing weekend. I don’t get to see my parents very often and being able to spend the holiday with them was wonderful. It was truly the best gift I could receive.
What did you do for Christmas?