Wednesday, June 17, 2009

I left my heart in San Francisco

Wednesday afternoon. I just ate a bucketload of sushi. Jealous? You should be. It was darn good.

Last night I visited with my friend Jill & her housemate Mozza. They're both swell chicks. It was nice to have a fat chat with some gals over a glass of white wine. I treasure doing things like this with my female friends. Its one of the things I used to do a lot of, and not so much of any more. I'm not sure if marriage changed that or moving country changed that. Anyway, it put a bit of a smile on my dial.

My husband is in San Francisco right now on a business trip, just overnight, so I've had the car which has felt quite liberating. Yes, we have just one car. How very un-American of us:) So this morning, on the way to work I indulged in a Starbucks and muffin. At lunch drove to get sushi and went to a different area. Sometimes I really wish I had a car so I could go to the gym at lunch and do whatever I want. But, I know its better this way. Making my lunch 9/10 and just going for walks along the beach. I know that all in all this is the much better option - being able to bikeride around and walk everywhere. Its a healthier option also! According to my friend Jill, its the Danish way.

That's all folks.


Anonymous said...

Mmmm... sushi. Yummo. Miss ya chum, and you're starbucks going ways!

Miss R.

Anonymous said...

I just posted on Dr Subs blog about the Triple J Hottest 100 of all time. Have you thought about what you would vote for? I have no idea? Alot of the people in the triple j office are offering their suggestions which just goes to confuse me more. Surely there has to be some Elvis Costello... but what else?

Miss R.

Frank said...

Eh...maybe if it were a bucket of bacon. I'm not really a sushi person :P

Its Just Me - Daring to Dream said...

I love California Rolls, so does that mean I should just call them rolls now? haha..

Oh, and we only have one car worries - you can still be American :)

Technodoll said...

Oh yeessss am jealous, I haven't had sushi in months!


Sounds like a smart decision to only have one car, specially if you live in the city. I don't know where we'd park two cars in this mess of a place.