Our chapter in San Francisco is coming to an end… and a new adventure in Nashville, TN is just around the corner. Whenever I hear the phrase “end of an era” I think of that Friends episode when Rachel is moving out of Monica’s apartment and then they flashback to all their favorite roomie memories.… Continue reading The End of an Era
I’ve got some big news to share… I’ve been biting my tongue for quite some time now, but it’s finally official: we’re moving to Nashville, TN! Hubby has accepted a job offer and we’ll be moving at the end of the month… yep, just two weeks away! I’m sad to leave San Francisco but thrilled… Continue reading Big News
This past weekend was cold and rainy, but I can’t complain since “cold” means 50 degrees and there’s been such a drought lately. We braved the weather to visit the Antiquarian Book, Print, and Paper Fair at Fort Mason, which was a fun little adventure for a Sunday morning. We usually walk down to Fisherman’s Wharves and… Continue reading City Sights: Antiquarian Book, Print, and Paper Fair
We’re visiting family in Mississippi this week, but in the lull between Christmas and New Year’s Eve I didn’t want to forget my recent adventures with two of my uncles. Before we left last week, we spent a day with my Uncle Marty in Napa and two nights out with my Uncle Brad. I haven’t… Continue reading Uncles
The whole country was buzzing about Batkid yesterday, and we got to join in some of the fun. It was amazing to be part of the crowds cheering on Batkid around the city as he battled the bad guys and saved San Francisco. For more details, check out the Make a Wish Foundation’s story here. We… Continue reading City Sights: Batkid to the Rescue!
We visited Grace Cathedral again last weekend to see the new art installation. Multi-colored ribbons fill the cathedral, although we did not get to witness the light component which uses video projection. (You can read more about the artist in residence here.) Sam and my mom walked down to Grace… Continue reading City Sights: Grace Cathedral Ribbon Installation
Last weekend was the annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. We decided to go on Saturday, and we had so much fun! We stopped by the library first (I had to return some books and pick up a hold), then took the bus to Golden Gate Park. The festival is pretty huge – six stages with… Continue reading City Sights: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival