San Diego with The Lonely Wife

If you read Sabra’s blog then you’ve already seen these pictures.

I love this photo she snapped of our family so I think it’s only fair I share it again.

Saturday, TH and I packed up our car and headed South to San Diego with our fur babies.

After checking into our dog friendly hotel, we met up with Sab at her home where I finally got to meet her husband and their 150 pound Great Dane, Dexter. AKA, The Monster.

Any picture she’s ever shared of her little big Monster just don’t do any real justice to how big he is in person.

She opened the door and there he was.

Holy cow, you have a pony.

I promise I wasn’t scared here.

I think I just kept having shocked face every time I turned around to see him at my eye level.

Big dog with a big heart. He’s really sweet and well trained.

After a great time wining and dining Saturday night, we met up for brunch Sunday and hung out for several hours after that.

Girl really gets me.

So here are two girls who met online (totally normal these days) and it turned out we have a mutual acquaintance. And we found out about this through instagram. Her best friend’s roommate of five years is a girl I used to go to school with. Whaaa? Crazy, right? There goes the internet, making the world feel smaller.

Then I thought it was cute when she tried stealing Bams. Maybe if it was Nora I would’ve let her.

It was also cute that our husbands let us drag them into meeting strangers. Good sports they are. There’s a lot of potential for awkwardness there but they got along really well and now we’re trying to convince Sab and her husband to visit us in LA.

Happy Tuesday!

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6 Responses to San Diego with The Lonely Wife

  1. You and your hubby are so cute! I love that two people can meet up and be instant best friends without ever actually seeing the other in person. The internet is so cool like that. :)

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