Monday, July 14, 2008

Rewind: A Look Back at Week 28

To be honest, I'm going to go ahead and skip last Sunday through Friday and head right onto Saturday. The reason why? Well, not much actually happened throughout the week and if there were any, it's probably best not to mention since it would bore the living daylights out of anyone.

Sunday - Friday:
Eat, sleep, read, summer day-dreaming, internet webcaming. 'Nuff said.

Shopping. Yes, on Saturday we went shopping. Me, my friends Paul, Anthony and Harue decided that we were going to go ahead and make that 76 miles drive up north to the city of Spokane to make an effort in cashing in on some new threads. Also, being up in Spokane seemed like a little treat because it allowed us to get away from being stuck in Pullman and provided us with a generous change of scenery. Plus, Paul will be leaving Pullman at the end of the month and he has never actually had the opportunity to explore Spokane in his three years going to school at Washington State University.

Anyway, the first thing we did was hit up River Park Square which is in the center of downtown Spokane. The mall is where my little sister Tracey works at the Abercrombie & Fitch. Too bad she wasn't working that day or else we could have met up, but it was my fault anyway for not calling ahead of time. After Nordstrom, Macy's, Banana Republic, and Abercrombie & Fitch, we decided to grab a little lunch. Me and the guys got ourselves foot-long subs from Subway and Harue ended up with some fries from some joint. As usual, Anthony and I ordered ourselves different subs and traded half of what we got with each other. We always do's how we roll.

Afterwards, we walked across the street to Riverfront Park. It was a really beautiful day. It seemed like everyone was out to enjoy the sun and warm weather. Girls were sunbathing on the grass, couples walking their dogs, old ladies feeding bread to the ducks in the large pond, little kids soaking themselves in the water fountain, teenagers getting a thrill at watching the river runs its course over the rapids and falls, and you can hear the sound of the merry-go-round just beyond the distance. It was a perfect opportunity to take some photos but both me and Paul forgot our cameras at home. Instead, I had to settle taking pictures with my cell phone, which doesn't have the same quality.

Paul, Harue and Anthony. It was so hot at the park that the shirts had to come off.

Later on, we made our final stop at Northtown Mall before heading back to Pullman during the drive at sunset.

After a long day, we finally got settled at home and chilled. What a better way to relax than to sip on some gin & tonic and a few rounds of rum shots.


Brian said...

Gin and tonic does sound pretty good right now.

d y l a n t o u c h said...


yes sir!