I had a nice 4th of July even though we didn't do much.
Kicking off the weekend, my family had lunch at Tomatina in San Mateo on the 4th. The plan was to go to Il Postale in Sunnyvale, but the place was inexplicably empty even though the doors were open. There was absolutely nobody inside, not even the employees. Heaven knows what was going on.
At any rate, the food at Tomatina was quite good. The restaurant had several TVs tuned to the World Cup match between Brazil and Colombia. This made our lunch even more enjoyable.
We visited some antique stores on the way home as Mom wanted to shop for fine china. This was somewhat exhausting as we made several stops. All of us were too tired to go anywhere to see fireworks, although I pulled a few party poppers after dinner.
The rest of the break was uneventful. Because it was fairly hot outside, most of my time was spent studying Android. On the other hand, I reached level 85 magic in RuneScape yesterday afternoon. So there's that.
2014 summer plans
The fun doesn't end here: my aunts Yu-Hua and Jill are coming over from China on the 12th and will be staying with us for a few weeks. The plan is to take them to Reno this coming weekend. This will be followed by a trip down to Pasadena for my cousin Connie's wedding two weeks later. I haven't been to a wedding in almost 18 years and am definitely looking forward to this one.
August is full of events as well, starting with the annual Lab126 family picnic on the 9th. Henry's film club is taking a field trip to San Francisco on the 17th. Last but not least, there's my 10-year high school reunion at the end of the month. So yeah, I'm extremely excited for the summer. :-)
In other news...
On the subject of weddings, happy sixth anniversary to my cousin Anne and her husband Lawrence!
Currently watching: Batman: The Animated Series - "Birds of a Feather"