I think I can. Wait - I know I can.

Wow - I cannot believe it is already Friday again. The job hunt took priority this past week and I have been busy researching local companies and available opportunities. I have really enjoyed having some extra time to get settled in San Francisco, but I am very ready to get back into the office! Until then I am focusing on doing all of the things that usually take the back burner: painting my nails every few days (currently a fun shade of pink!), reading, deep conditioning my hair, trying out new artistic endeavors, replacing that random missing button, and so on.


Happy Friday!

Source: etsy.com via Melanie on Pinterest

I have been longing for warmer spring time temps here in San Francisco, which I am sure only added to my recent homesickness. Well it appears my wishes have been granted! Yesterday the temps reached the lower 70's (and I went bare-legged in a dress WITH open toe shoes) and tomorrow the forecast shows a high of 77. Weekend plans for a picnic and kite flying are underway! I have not flown a kite since I was a kid and I am looking forward to sharing the experience with our little lady.


Style - The Scarf

It seems that scarves have become a prerequisite to my daily ensemble here in San Francisco. So much so I am already beginning to tire of my decent-sized collection. Until I find a job in the city my budget is slim and I welcome any ideas to reinvent my current wardrobe. You can imagine my delight when I happened upon this fantastic video via Aussie Blue from Wendy's Lookbook.


Thank you for stopping by!


Date Night + A Little Culture

We recently had our first date night in San Francisco at SFMOMA. The museum was the perfect choice, they are open late on Thursday, the artwork encouraged conversation, and it's only a couple blocks from our place. We had just enough time to grab a bite to eat at Pazzia before exploring the museum.


Spring in the Bay

I was a little worried we would be rained in during spring break but fortunately the sun came out mid-week and we got to spend a few days exploring the city.

Lush greenery and picturesque views of the Golden Gate Bridge

Treasure hunt at  El Polin Spring (it was the perfect activity for a curious kid)