Friday night, despite Matt being sick, we went to see In and Out of Shadows (by Gary Soto) at the Marsh Theater in San Francisco. The Voice of Witness Education Director (aka my supervisor) directed the show, so all of us from work came on Friday to check it out. It was so good!
It's a story (created from oral histories, no less!) about undocumented teenagers in the U.S. They were really incredible, and many of them were immigrants, so the stories were all too real. If you're in San Francisco, go check it out. And then stop to get tacos in the Mission afterwards, like we did. ;)
Saturday, after doing a whole lotta nothing all day (other than, you know, catching up on Grey's Anatomy and Nashville), I headed up to Marin to babysit Milo and Jude, where Jude sported a chicken hat, I put the boys to bed, and then watched zillions of makeup tutorials via this girl's Youtube channel. I'm obsessed! Both with Shae's Youtube channel and Jude in a chicken hat:
On Sunday I made myself go for a (sluggish) run since I hadn't done anything physical all weekend, and then after a quick run to Trader Joe's, we settled in to watch the Grammys. Neil Young curled up happily in Matt's cardigan, which is pretty much the cutest thing ever:
Here's a closer look in case that wasn't enough cuteness:
I mean whoa, he is cute.
What did y'all think of the Grammys? I had way more observations than I can note here, but I'll leave it at this:
- The Adam Levine/Alicia Keys duet was freakin HOT
- Speaking of hot, there was a lot of hotness, starting with the evening's host
- Elton John is a legend
- Rihanna looked so pretty with wavy, feminine hair
- Why was Adele wearing patterned shoes with her ultra-patterned dress?