In the Kingdom

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mexicanfoodporn:

The Irish Bank on Bush street is a well known Irish pub in SF. Maybe their food isn’t 5 stars but hey, it’s a cozy Irish bar in the middle of the cold financial district. Perfect place to catch a drink(s) with friends or watch some soccer games. #steak #mashed #potatoes #mexicanfoodporn #beer #sf #sanfrancisco #booze #heaven #gravy

Ugh, I fucking love the Irish Bank. Missing it so much.

mexicanfoodporn:

The Irish Bank on Bush street is a well known Irish pub in SF. Maybe their food isn’t 5 stars but hey, it’s a cozy Irish bar in the middle of the cold financial district. Perfect place to catch a drink(s) with friends or watch some soccer games. #steak #mashed #potatoes #mexicanfoodporn #beer #sf #sanfrancisco #booze #heaven #gravy

Ugh, I fucking love the Irish Bank. Missing it so much.

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My best Christmas definitely has to be this little girl’s (Ginger) very first. She was only three months old and we adopted her just before Thanksgiving. We got her a big bag full of toys and treats, so we decided to let her in and give her a chance to open her own gifts. The second she saw her bag, she knew it was hers and plunged her head into it, making the colored paper crumple and start to fall out. She managed to pull out a ball, and when she couldn’t get the second ball out, she tipped the bag over and sank her teeth into the bottom of it, getting a semi-steady grip of the ball inside. It was absolutely adorable and one of our funnier Christmases both at my house and my grandma’s.
I also thoroughly enjoyed 2008’s Christmas. It was also a hilarious get-together and one of auntie Linda’s last. Remembering her this holiday season.

My best Christmas definitely has to be this little girl’s (Ginger) very first. She was only three months old and we adopted her just before Thanksgiving. We got her a big bag full of toys and treats, so we decided to let her in and give her a chance to open her own gifts. The second she saw her bag, she knew it was hers and plunged her head into it, making the colored paper crumple and start to fall out. She managed to pull out a ball, and when she couldn’t get the second ball out, she tipped the bag over and sank her teeth into the bottom of it, getting a semi-steady grip of the ball inside. It was absolutely adorable and one of our funnier Christmases both at my house and my grandma’s.

I also thoroughly enjoyed 2008’s Christmas. It was also a hilarious get-together and one of auntie Linda’s last. Remembering her this holiday season.

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