+ there's a one way street going north here called franklin, (we live right on the north tip of the peninsula) and although this may sound a little weirdy, i seriously am in LOVE with this street. each time i drive down it, i'm usually on my way home from something fun - making new friends, having a quick dinner with jordan, or spending time with my sf bff lindsay. since it's one way, i will hit like seven, eight, nine green lights in a row which is INCREDIBLY satisfying, and i'm usually just on a high from a good night in san fran, on my way home to my amazing apartment to cuddle up in my big bed. & that is why me and franklin street are real good buddies.
+ we live two blocks from chestnut street - where there are a ton of restaurants, a bunch of good shopping (heaven help us) and the gym i attend. each day as i walk down bay street, i turn left on filmore headed towards chestnut and if you look diagonally across the two streets, you can see straight down to a break in the houses. and in the break is one of the towers of the golden gate bridge. sometimes it's covered by fog, but when it's not - i get few butterflies. my love affair with that bridge is so real.
+ when it's feasible, we try to pray each morning before jordan or i leave for work. if jordan leaves early, he will come kneel next to my side of the bed and let me hug his neck and play with his hair while i start to wake up. he will give me these soft kisses on my cheeks and my nose and they are just these tiny little moments that have the entire world crammed into them.
+ while driving to meet up with a friend in noe valley last week, a homeless dude was walking across the street during a green light. i waited patiently for him to cross, but when he got in front of my car he started banging the hood and screaming at me - i could pretty much only make out the profanities. after a minute or two, he stopped and hobbled away, but the point to this story is that i wasn't even phased! i was like, "dude, let it out" and then drove off with out so much as an increased heart rate. does this mean i'm ready for my "city girl" badge now?? #soproud