Thursday, October 27, 2011

San Francisco Days. San Francisco Nights

We have been living in San Francisco for nearly 4 months and it has truly been a whirlwind of activity. In fact this coming weekend will be the first weekend in a while where we don't have any wedding planning activity, birthdays or get togethers to be at. Now don't get me wrong, I love all of these things to do. It seems to be the norm around these parts.

Here is a little peak at how we are spending our days and nights in the city.
Celebrating very Happy Birthdays (Jon's above-this past weekend-his actual bday was yesterday) Erin's below which was 9 days before Jon's
I made lasagna last night for Jon's actual day of birth.
Let's take an extreme close up on that lasagna. I am pretty sure my status as a card carrying Italian has been solidified with this dish.
Frank has been busy too. We take long walks up and down the neighborhood hills.
And spend days at the beach.

And who could forget afternoons at the park playing ball.
There have been rooftop gatherings to watch the Blue Angels fly overhead.
Dinners at the local beerhall.
And checking out museums. This is from the Academy of Sciences, which was pretty amazing.
I personally have taken no less than a hundred pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge. I see it nearly every single day and yet I am still gobsmacked by how pretty it is. I have also taken quite a few pictures for tourists which I really enjoy. It reminds me just how cool of a place San Francisco is, I mean people are visiting here from around the world.
There have even been glorious sunsets that stops this busy little city in its tracks. (This picture does not do it justice. at all.)

Its only been four months and yet we have done so much. And there is still so much more to be done.

3 comments:

Raven said...

Happy Birthday Jon!!

Lil' Woman said...

Happy Birthday Jon!
And I'll take a slice of that lasagna, please? :)

Elizabeth said...

Have we already discussed this list? Because it is an AWESOME way to find new places to go:

http://www.7x7.com/big-eat-2011-100-things-try-san-francisco-you-die

Some are expensive but most are affordable. All are either REALLY FANTASTIC or offer some sort of really cool SF experience.

 

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