We've been having some good times the past few weekends, exploring new spots, leaving the city and driving over my very favorite bridge. It's been so fun to have unexpected surprises awaiting at the end of every very busy work week. It makes all of those hours slip away and it really leaves me believing that we have it all wrong in this world. Life is sliding by so unbelievably fast these days and I just want to grab ahold of it and hang on because I am really really loving this particular moment in time.
Sunday morning we woke up early to sun streaming in our bedroom windows. We threw on clothes and walked down to Divisidero to check out a new coffeeshop. So pleasantly surprised to find cherry blossoms lining the street.
Our neighborhood is experiencing a bit of a rebirth if you will. The Mill just opened and is so beautiful a spot to have coffee and homemade toast with butter and almond butter.
I was totally smitten with these tables. Honed marble in the style of Saarinen but with a twist in the cafe base. Perfection.
I love repurposing old furniture for new uses.
And my favorite crocks from way back when looking so on point. I can easily see this becoming a Sunday morning tradition.
We headed into the Marin headlands last week on our day off. The fog was just sitting there on the Bay. To me, this is one of the most charming parts of living in San Francisco. It was sunny for days on either side but as you got on the bridge you were literally engulfed in grey.
Finally got our gallery wall up, horrible photo but I do love the end result. I want to keep building it all the way around the front door.
We ventured out to a newish spot in the Dogpatch, Trick Dog. The design was super rustic industrial which I do love but have to admit am tiring of a bit. We ate at Rich Table a few weeks ago and I lamented the same.
Too much reclaimed wood! Let's move on people.
I'm heading into my first full week of work at my new job. It's been a complete and total adjustment for me, this moving onto a different lifestyle. I'm trying to take it day by day and not look at the grand scheme because it's just too much for me to wrap my brain around. And please do forgive if posting is a bit light while I settle in.