Yesterday I had good mahi mahi tacos and excellent seviche for lunch in Leschi looking over Lake Washington. Last night we went to the Dahlia Lounge, where I had perhaps the best crab cakes ever. We also had a bunch of delicious mini seafood appetizers. I love Tom Douglas so much. He really does not have a single restaurant that I don’t just LOVE the food at and the atmosphere is always excellent and I get the sense his restaurants are designed around the servers being able to get around comfortably.
At dinner my dad was the hilarious entertainment, and not always intentionally.
Dad: So I was telling my co-worker how I can never tell the international bathroom symbols apart. And she said, “think about it for a second.” So I did and then then next time I saw them I realized the men’s room one was definitely more, you know, upright.
me, ma, sis: o.0
ma: the women’s one is wearing a skirt
dad: What? *looks at us like we are crazy* No, the male one is just more upright.
me, ma, sis: *wait until we are alone the next day to laugh about it*
And, as usual he managed to get a joke completely wrong (he’s a little hard of hearing) and make it even funnier. In repeating it to each other, crackerjackSis and I could not stop laughing in the car this morning.
Dad: What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhinocerous? Hello Rhino!
Seriously! I need a Hello Rhino! shirt. (I’m pretty sure you all know the actual punchline to that joke is “Hell if I know.)
When we picked my sister up from school yesterday, the first thing she said when she got in the car was, “God, I hate PE. It’s like I have to keep teaching them [Crackerjack Sis]’s first rule of feminism: Pass me the ball even though I can have babies.”
We saw the Indiana Jones movies yesterday afternoon. I give it two thumbs up. I wanted action, special effects, punchy dialogue and you know, Indy and I feel it completely delivered.
My momma compulsively folds her movie tickets, makes little origamis out of them (she also chews things, like toothpicks and stuff a lot). As we walked out of the theatre, my sister said, “I knew I was at the movies with Ma when I looked over and she had her little movie ticket paper airplane handing out of her mouth.” Ma, completely unembarassed said, “my first thought when he handed all the tickets back to me was, ‘oh! I have four to fold!'”
Today we went for a long walk in the neighborhood, had amazing ginger spiced Ahi for lunch (looking over Lake Washington from the other direction) and now we are cooking dinner for our party then going shopping.
I will be posting all my pictures when I get home.