Chambray Shirt- Madewell, Leggings- Forever 21, Purse and Shoes- Target
If you didn't see already, I ran my first half marathon on Sunday. Both of my sister-in-laws live in the Bay Area, so we stayed with the one that lives closest to the race and had plans to have dinner with both of them and their husbands. We had a little time for lunch before I checked in to the race, so we stopped in Japantown for some ramen, sushi, and Japanese photobooth pictures. I have been wanting to do these for awhile and, although they're a little pricey, I thought it would be totally worth it. It wasn't worth it.
Ok, the pictures were fun and were worth it, but when we came out to head over to Half Moon Bay for the race check-in we found one of our windows completely busted out. We had borrowed my dad's truck and the passenger side extra cab window was completely gone. Someone broke into the truck in the middle of the day.
They must of been in a hurry or someone spotted them because the only thing they took was my clothing bag. We had just bought a brand new camera bag and in it were two of our camera lenses and our laptop, but that bag was still in the truck. The bag missing was a $5 vintage bag with my running clothes, clothes for the next day, all of my make-up, and my toiletries. I was SO bummed!
It ended up being ok. We made an emergency stop at Target where I bought new running clothes (running a half marathon in brand new clothes is not my favorite) and things could have been a lot worse. I just can't comprehend why someone would do that. Why would you decide just to go up to a random truck (or car, we saw broken class on the sidewalk in front of us, so this wasn't the first time this has been done) and decide to break the window and steal a bag. I'm sure the their was disappointed when he opened the bag to find a sports bra, shampoo, and other stuff that is completely worthless to anyone else.
I'm linking up at The Pleated Poppy.