What up party people!? Jeff and I spent an awesome long weekend visiting his cousins on the East coast. His cousin Ali paid for us to fly out there after we got engaged - crazy nice right!? We had been pumped for so long, so we were ready to go!
We spent most of our time in Atlantic City doing the tourist thang, and finished it up with Washington DC and the tourist thang.
Jeff saw the ocean for the first time:
He was the only one there!
Just kidding. I'm just a stealthy photographer like that.
After the ocean we hit up the bar scene in AC, which for the record is basically awesome and revolves around gambling (where I won $50 AND THEN STOPPED unlike someone else I know who's name rhymes with Heff but I don't want to name names) and beach bars (where they sing Mumford & Sons and Jimmy Buffet and I swooooooon). Lots of #winning.
We also went to this AWESOME sushi bar with THE BEST SUSHI IN THE WORLD and where I took my first saki bomb. Here is the problem with saki bombs, though. No one told me they are like liquid amnesia. I did not know, so can I just plead ignorance?
Friday night (saki night) goes from blurry to slightly clearer around the time I was back in the hotel room, dumping makeup remover into my contact case.
My contacts did not survive.
So now I look like this for a week while I wait for the eye doctor to order more:
Just KIDDING, guys. I was playing in Photobooth.
To clarify, not kidding about saki. LIQUID AMNESIA. Just be careful.
And now I've officially spent the last too many posts talking about my drinking habits. I promise I don't have a problem. I just happen to have a lot of blog worthy moments when I get my drank on. Also, my mom adores reading about these experiences, so should I really deprive her of that?
On a related note, the next 4 posts will discuss my college GPA, my volunteer work for underprivileged children, and how I plan to be the first woman president of the United States and also Canada.
HAHAHAHA JK NO THEY WON'T.
But I did see some museums:
Like the American History, where we met Kermit the frog and the first Macintosh computer. It was 1/8 the size of the screen I'm currently typing on. Thank you, Steve Jobs.
Also, the Air and Space Museum.
Isn't this guy cute?
Aaaaaand now I'm back and will be working a bunch this week as I gear up to move on Sunday.
And now I have to go because Fun. is performing on Lenno and I gotta get my jam on. PEACE.