So James, or as I like to refer to him as Turkey, is on the move- so what's the bet of what sport Turkey is destined for? Basketball, baseball, water skiier like dad, football??? Maybe we can get him into the x-games at an early age!
Apparently I don't know how to post a video, so check it out on Heather's blog.
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
Well, yes, it's true, I'm on the move again! This time I'm headed to San Diego to work and live! As most of you probably have already heard, I have accepted a position with Meeting Sites Pro in San Diego to be part of their meeting planning team. I have spent my past few Monday's wandering through the city looking for good areas to live, meeting people, and negotiating the move.
All in all I feel I have given Redlands/ Rialto the 7 month chance and it just hasn't lived up to what I want. Both work and personal. I mean I'm a beach girl not a dessert girl. I am sad to leave all the friends I have made here but I'm not doubtful they won't make the hour and half drive to visit me. Espeically if I land the apartment on the beach (ok 2 blocks away but with a potential view.)
So I have to say, I'm jealous of my own life!
On another note, this weekend I went to Frisco for the first time to work(San Francisco) and LOVED it. Friday night I went out with a friend to a blues club and wandered the streets. I definitely saw some talent on the stage. This woman was belting out Denise LaSalle hits like it was nothing. While I was there work was work. After work Sunday me and some co-workers snatched one of the rental cars and went and saw more sights. From the bay bridge, to the golden gate, little italy, china town, sosolita, and everything in between! It's so interesting how the fog hangs around the golden gate... I really want to see the bridge at night or early morning when the lights are on.
If you make it to Frisco you need to go to the Ferry Building and check out the market too! During my lunch break I wandered through the market and got fresh fruit and breads, then there also are all types of flower stands. I think if I lived here I definitely would spend several Saturday's a year just wandering through the market.