This blog has been on HOLD because my daughter and her baby were here for two weeks and all spare, and not so spare, time was spent HOLDING him. I'm sorry, but sometimes you just have to put down the work projects and take advantage of moments in time that will never return.
On Friday I went with her to San Francisco to be the Grammy-Nanny while she did a photo shoot. I took him in the stroller on a walk at Fisherman's Wharf and paid way too much for a small bag of fruit. I was taken in by the piles of cherries and strawberries and forgot to ask "How much?" in advance. Oh well, I guess I helped someones economy.
Can you blame me?
We just had time after the shoot to run over to an adorable shop that she wanted to visit and then as we were about to pull out of our parking place, the San Francisco Critical Mass road by, and road by and road by.
Here they are coming,
and going. I took both pictures one right after the other. Those are bicyclists as far as you can see up the road. (That haze in air is from the many fires burning in California right now.)
If you have ever heard stories about how crazy it is to drive in S.F., they are true.
It took us an hour to get out of town, but what a beautiful city. Almost every building has some awesome detail.
Well, it's back to work so that I can save up some more blogging time.