Ever since I was an infant, I have been traveling. My mother managed to haul me and two suitcases full of necessities to Asia before I turned one. Since then, between moving all over the country with my parents, I consistently returned to Asia every few years to visit my parents’ families. That’s probably where […]Read More (T-Minus 3) A Thankful Ten Days Before Christmas: Traveling
My friends thought I was crazy. “You go for walks at night? Through the Tenderloin*?” Repeated questions spoken with incredulity. Um, yes. Walks at night. Through the Tenderloin. Once you’ve made it past Taylor and Market in the direction of Union Square, you’re golden. Just, uh, don’t tell my mother. *The “Tenderloin” is one of […]Read More (T-Minus 8) A Thankful Ten Days Before Christmas: Nighttime Strolls
2014 passed by in a blur. (Over the next ten days leading up to Christmas, I am going to post each day about something I’m thankful for.) I recently had a discussion about dreams and goals and the potential need to make sacrifices to attain said goals. The reason for this conversation stemmed from the […]Read More (T-Minus 10) A Thankful Ten Days Until Christmas: Home Away from Home, San Francisco
It’s been a moody day. Tomorrow will be moodier. People all over the country have been flipping out about the incoming rainstorm to California (and the rest of the West Coast). Goodness knows we need this rain, after the terrible drought earlier this year. When I stopped by Photoworks SF earlier today to drop off […]Read More Waiting for . . . #Stormageddon?
There’s something calm and serene about a city at night. When the waters of the San Francisco Bay lie just so, and the glow of the city casts an orange shadow of light into the sky, I can’t help but smile. It transforms the mundane into the mystical. It’s Christmas lights on all year round. […]Read More Night Visions of San Francisco