In other words, crap, I forgot the sunscreen.
Day three. Baseball game. Slept in and tried to go to Dottie's True Blue Diner for breakfast (a "Diners Drive-Ins and Dives" selection.). The line was out the door and around the block, so we hiked back and had breakfast at the same place we had dinner last night: Sam's Diner. It was yum.
As we walked back, we walked through a fantastic Farmer's Market and what appeared to be a Farmer's Market of sort for the homeless. It was a lot to take in. I'm still processing.
After breakfast, we hopped on a MUNI train out to the ballpark. I am slowly overcoming my fear of public transportation. I can read the route maps and it only took me a few minutes to figure out that the stop on the map with the picture of a baseball was AT&T Park. I'm super smart.
The park was beautiful and our seats were fantastic.
I am so glad that we splurged. The kids were able to stand right at the edge of the field and watch warm-ups. Their patience totally paid off and they each got a warm-up baseball. I was so excited for them that I could have cried.
The game was good, the sun was warm and I have to say that San Franciscans are incredibly friendly. We made friends with all of the people around us and the lady in front of me even offered me some sun screen. That made it easier to get over the fact that her husband was sticking his furry arms into Boo's Coke.
Cubs won and I got to see my favorite pitcher, Big Time Timmy Jim Lincecum. He had two hits. It was crazy,
Oh, for a snack, we had garlic fries, which are supposed to be one of those things that you eat at AT&T Park. They were really good. Later on, at dinner, we accidentally ended up with another order of garlic fries. They were strong and not so yummy. They made my stomach hurt.
These were the good ones.
Also, there were several completely adorable little old ladies who were huge Giants fans. When I am old, I am going to have a hat like this to wear to baseball games.
On the trolley back home from Pier 39, we talked to an English family. Later, Boo told me that she felt like she was in Harry Potter, which is exactly what I was thinking but didn't want to say. I want to start using the word "brilliant" more.
And on that note, I am freaking tired, as usual.
And I smell.