Last weekend was my much anticipated visit from my niece in San Diego. We had an absolute blast getting to know each other a bit more, she is a really cool kid and gives me hope about the younger generation. First stop was Cristi's where she got to pick out two pair of KMK leggings.
Cristi was so sweet to Kendra and I was happy they had a chance to meet.
We had to get some waffles too.
Because shopping requires energy:)
We took her to some funky thrift shops.
Where she happily tried on tons of clothes!
She saw a bit of what I love about the Portland art scene.
This gal's stuff was amazing and I picked up this Alice in Wonderland print.
Kendra even had a chance to meet Brianna, which was pretty cool.
The girls tried on clothes while Kathi and I chillaxed.
Uncle Chris joined us for dinner.
and the next day his niece Haylen joined us for a crazy ass jet boat ride on the Willamette river. The outfit I'm wearing was made by Cristi at KMK and was perfect for a little water fun.
You won't see too many pictures of that since we knew we would get soaked all of our phones were in plastic baggies
These are two pretty cool girls.
Chris was caught smiling several times and that amused all of us girls.
We clocked speeds of 50 mph and did 360 spin outs, we screamed, cursed and laughed our asses off.
After we hit up the food carts, another quintessential part of the Portland experience.
Hung out in trees.
We did some shopping at the mall.
Typical white girl:) Apparently all the kids call a typical white girl anyone who shops, wears Uggs and drinks Starbuck. Sounds about right:)
Probably one of the coolest parts of the visit was when Kendra suggested we try a wand on my hair.
20 minutes later I had beautiful Mermaid hair!
I love it when the young teach the old because we do not know everything.
She is as beautiful outside as she is inside.
Being an Auntie rules and I hope she comes back again soon.
I'm looking forward to a real catch up on blogs later, it's kinda nice when you take a week off to come back and see what you've missed. I hope everyone is doing well!