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in Si valley

I’m in, you guessed it, Silicon Valley. I’m visiting with Elena and my grandma, which is kind of fun since I get to chill out with two people I really love and care about. Elena picked me up from the airport last night and we had 45 minutes to spend her birthday together. We talked until 2 am, in the dark, just sharing lots of thoughts and stories. That was pretty special.

This morning we picked up some coffee for grandma and went over to her place. For lunch, we had sushi at Umi Sushi – they remembered me and Grandma from the last time Jeremy and I took her there in December! The wife of the owner said she remembered us and that her husband (the head chef) was coming to work any minute to prepare our order (instead of letting the other chef do it). We felt so special. He loaded our order with such generous portions and special kinds of fish that we couldn’t finish all of the food (unheard of for me and Elena when it comes to sushi!). At the end of the meal, he asked if he could see the iphone – hee hee.

the chef/owner prepares our sashimi plate

lovely, delicious, melt-in-your-mouth sashimi

our second plate of food brought us near food coma

This evening, we went by one of the asian grocery stores and I made my way down the aisle of candy. It’s just fun to browse the different flavors and types of confections on the market. But my favorite thing to do is spy out the Engrish.

i rove supercora!

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