The day after Cocoa left us, the Coach and I flew to San Francisco.
We had this trip planned, we didn’t just flee the scene in the midst of our grief. Although, that sounds like a great reason.
Our final destination was Napa, but we got in late and spent the night in San Fran.
Kelly and Don flew with us and we had a leisurely morning doing whatever we wanted in the city knowing we didn’t need to be in Napa until we arrived there. 🙂
He tried to get me to try a beer called Hairy eyeball. Ummmm….I’ll stick to my crushed grapes.thank.you.very.much.
We arrived at our host hotel less than 2 hours later and we couldn’t have been happier.
Another SIP event; four nights of great music sung by the writers held at different vineyards/venues. This was the inaugural year of SIP Napa and it was flawless-we loved every minute.
I’ll share some highlights in another post.
But, this might have been my favorite moment. The very first night we were at Gargulio Vineyards…with an absolutely amazing view, perfect weather (and wine!) and Edwin McCain serenaded us. (along with others) This might be the most beautifully written song in the history of love songs.
Right now, we’re happy to be home and love on our Callie girl.