Mom and I went out and about on Saturday. First we went to pick up my oldest friend in the world, Brad. He’s a software engineer at Sonic Solutions, where I used to work, and a fellow musician. I’ve known him as litterally for as long as I can remember, and I’m really glad he lives here in San Francisco.
First we went for coffee and conversation at the Fillmore Grind, on the corner of Oak and Fillmore, near Brad’s house.
After coffee, we walked up to Alamo Square Park…
To check out a famous view of San Francisco:
Brad had things to do, and people to see, so Mom and I decided we’d drive downtown, so I could show her my office at Mac Publishing.
There’s a great view of the Bay Bridge from the fifteenth floor. Here’s a composite of four pictures of it:
We left at around 6:00, to pick up Sally and go to dinner. Mom wanted seafood, so we chose the Pacific Cafe on Geary at 34th Avenue.
Mom breaking bread:
Sally and I:
I ordered the swordfish and salmon combination plate. I was pretty hungry, so I forgot to get a picture before I dug in…
And the conversation was lively, so I also forgot the get the after picture. Oh well. It was tasty. You can probably imagine an empty plate.