Archives for "April, 2010"
I am employed! I accepted a job last week and started today, doing accounting part-time at Mile High Youth Corps. While accounting isn’t the love of my life, I figure you can do lots of things as long as you aren’t doing it all the time. I think the job should be fine, and I’m [...]
We began our day with breakfast at Dottie’s True Blue Cafe. It was excellent, and we highly recommend it to anyone visiting San Francisco. It wasn’t the cheapest breakfast, and we had to wait in line for a while even though we got there around 8:15, but it was sooo good. In fact, Joel went [...]
When we went to San Francisco the first time, we purposely skipped Alcatraz. Although we were obviously tourists, it just seemed too touristy. However, this time we read up, and Alcatraz was said to be worth it, even on the “Top 10 Things Not to Do in San Francisco” list. It was a good tour. [...]
Almost 5 years ago, we went to San Francisco and Yosemite National Park on our honeymoon. We loved both of course. This week, Joel has a work conference in San Francisco. I had a free plane ticket, so it looked like a fun, but short, weekend was necessary. Here’s the rundown on our Saturday. We [...]
Week. Your birthday week, that is. I love birthday clubs. Maybe you should too. Here are some of the free things I’ve gotten in the last couple of weeks: -Free ice cream w/ mix-in at Coldstone Creamery -Free scoop at Ben & Jerry’s -Free scoop at Baskin Robbins -$10 gift coupon to World Market -Free [...]
A couple of weeks ago, I received this in the mail: If you can’t see that, it says “Lauren, WOULD LOVE TO TALK WITH YOU ABOUT A PART-TIME MANAGEMENT POSITION WITH MY COMPANY.” Let’s go through the warnings exhibited here. 1. It was written in all caps. (who does that?) 2. It was an unsolicited [...]
So there’s a movie coming out called Babies. I didn’t think too much of it…until I saw the trailer! The movie chronicles the first year or so (?) of 4 babies in 4 places: San Francisco, Tokyo, Mongolia, and Namibia. This is a great opportunity to see into the lives of people in those places…and [...]