As you might imagine the weather here in San Francisco isn’t particularly ‘spring-like’, certainly not sunny and warm. Still, here’s some simple (and low or no-cost) ways to celebrate spring no matter where you are. 1. Take a walk through
1. Date night before train departure 2. Coast Starlight; Oakland to Portland 3. Sleeping on a train! 4. 23rd St. 5. Poplandia! 6. Tara Thai on 23rd St. 7. YARN.SHOPPING; Happy Knits and Yarn Garden 8. Pacific Pie 9. Bridal Veil
I was going to write about our weekend trip to Portland but I have a horrible head cold so I thought I might write about that instead. So what can you do when you’re to sick to really do anything?
Even if you’re not on a diet so many Valentine’s Day treats have yucky ingredients like saturated fats, synthetic flavors, and who know what else. Here are my Valentine gift ideas that say “I love you so much I’m not
1. blankets 2. pillows 3. my family 4. fruits 5. books 6. paper 7. knitting 8. bread 9. flats (shoes, not apartments) 10. natural spaces
Here’s some enjoyable activities/recipes for a rainy day, though we haven’t had nearly enough of them this winter in San Francisco. cozy pj’s and sofa lavender tea oatmeal bath knitting What do you like to do on a rainy?
Just a quick update about what I’ve been up to, or really where I’ve been, between the holidays and now: The Conservatory of Flowers, with my best boys The Legion of Honor, I think this is now my fave museum
It might be lame but every so often I LOVE to enjoy my city as a tourist. The weather was perfect today and here’s how my day went down: From downtown took the historic rail to the Ferry Building Cappuccino
Ok…these aren’t pictures of my home. I really wish they were. Inspired by SO many pictures like these I started cleaning my place. Cleaning isn’t really the word, purging is more like the word. It’s day five, about two dozen
First off, how cute is my snail friend? Is this the most artistic shot? No, but it does remind me of the herd of snails that live on the side wall of my apartment complex’s garage. Depending on the