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I think I get the heart in San Francisco thing

Alas, I am leaving San Francisco today and heading back to La La Land. I am sad to leave as I have settled in here and have my rituals in place. I have my morning tea at On The Corner Cafe, my favorite little market where I pick up afternoon sandwiches or fresh juice, and the weather has taken a turn for the better and it is freakin' glorious out! I want to stay!

Ah well, off I go back to my cats and my things. I teach tomorrow night so my students are in for a treat as I've had a week of learning how to help people R-E-L-A-X. They'll be getting their chill on tomorrow night. Oh, do I have some new yummy things to show them. A big fat thank you to my teacher, Judith Lasater, for all that she gave me this week and for then telling me to take what I now know and give it away. You have my word, dear girl. I will show the world how to relax - one person at a time...

Last night was simply the perfect Summer in the City night. I met my good friend's Marcia and David for wine at The Wine Merchant in the Ferry Building and then we walked down to The Fog City Diner to meet Sharon, Eden and Tracey for dinner, wine and catch up. Then we all piled into Sharon's car and headed over the Ghirardelli's for sundaes. Yes, I had one massive sundae with dark chocolate hot fudge and it was bloody brilliant! Then I stopped by Marcia and David's hotel for some tea and chat and then cabbed it back to the Metro Hotel. What a fabulous way to spend my last night here. Just all around delish.

Me at The Wine Merchant loving life!

I was happy to catch the Frida Kahlo exhibit at MOMA the other night and I highly recommend going on a Thursday night when it's half price general admission (you pay and extra 5 bucks for the Frida exhibit) and they stay open until 8.45 p.m. Her work makes me appreciate life. GO.

Off to pack. Yep, leaving a bit o' my heart in San Francisco...


Comments (2)


Tracey and I really enjoyed last night's GTG. We had a wonderful time ... great conversations, great friends, great food, great locale ... what more can we ask for?

Thanks for the wonderful idea of the GTG!

'Twas my pleasure, Eden! I had such a fab time with you all and we'll have to do it again next time I visit. Actually, I plan on doing another yoga training up there in February so I'm a comin'!

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