An alley of graffiti in the Mision
Quintessential Golden Gate bridge & view from the bridge photos
In Sausalito (where Becca and I discovered our mutual obsession with houseboats)
The Crookedest Street in the World [above] and Becca & I [below] at her neighborhood wine bar
Free Honey reunited…and it feels so good! As you can see I had a wonderful time in San Francisco! It was so good to see Becca – whether I’m raiding her bookshelves, perusing her closet with her or just drinking coffee while watching TV, it’s as though no time has passed. I think that’s how you can tell the difference between friends and great friends. All corniness aside, San Fran is such a cool city with so many different neighborhoods – all with a really distinct vibe. We did a little shopping, some sightseeing and a lot of eating. (BTW – if you want to know where to find gnocchi that can save your life – @beccabellle is your kind of girl).
I also finally got to meet Santina which was so fun, and not just because I met her over all-you-can-drink brunch! Meeting someone you’ve known via the internet for over a year is kind of a strange experience for me. But it was also a really positive one (because Santina is awesome – if you aren’t acquainted with her, go visit Style by Santina ASAP) and it also made me realize that I have missed blogging. So prepare to see a few more posts of my Cali adventures