17 May, 2012

A little late, but whatever.

I never finished blogging about our December trip to San Francisco because life got insane after we got home. I don't need to blog about it, but I love having this blog because it helps me remember so many events in my life, so I'm going to do one last post with a mish-mash of our photos.

This trip was kind of significant because we made a lot of important decisions on it. We actually thought I might be pregnant while I was there (we weren't trying at all... this would have been an accident). On our last day, we found out that I wasn't, and I was completely devastated. So we spent our last day wandering around the city in a funk, discussing the future. I knew I couldn't go back to how things were before, so we decided that I was going to quit my job, and we were going to start trying to get pregnant. How's that for a big last day in San Francisco??!

So anyway, here's the last couple days of our trip:




We had the most amazing lunch at Arlequin Café in Hayes Valley. They had a little garden seating area behind the restaurant, and it was perfect - serene, beautiful, comfortable. Those donuts you see are brioche donuts. The best flavors were passion fruit and chocolate espresso. Ohhhhh, I wish I had some right now!!



We each bought new coats.








We took a little trip down to the Presidio and played on the beach.

And those were our last couple days in SF! I love that city with all my heart, and I can't wait 'til I go back.


  1. I can't wait either!
    I'm going to tag you in some of my Mill Valley photos I took on Wednesday. xo

  2. These photos are really cute. One of my best friends is living in San Francisco at the moment (we're from Australia) so I'm desperate to get over there before she decides to come home. It looks like a really beautiful city.

    Also, I really love your hair. I have wavy/curly hair and I'd love to cut it short like yours but I'm a total chicken (you know because it's not like hair grows back or anything) so instead, it's a good few inches below my shoulders. But every now and then when I see hair like yours, it really makes me want to get the chop.

    1. Thank you! I'm a big advocate of chopping your hair off. It's really fun! And you're right, it does grow back. :)


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