The Bay Bridge which is surprisingly more beautiful than the Golden Gate Bridge It's time I admit. When my husband and I would dream about the great places we would live and the things we would do, California was not in the plans. Not by any stretch. In fact, it was on my personal 'Will not live there' list.
However, when a job opportunity with Apple comes into play, California suddenly flies to the top of the 'I want to go to there' list.
A snapshot of where I spend my days — the workspace at B'stro
After nearly 2 months of living in this sunny state, I have to admit I'm unabashedly in love. In love with San Francisco.
When we announced our plans to move 37 driving hours away from the state of Indiana, friends and family would congrate Vince, then promptly ask if we were excited to move to California. Up until we actually moved here, our response would be that we planned to stay here for a couple of years, and then move on to other opportunities. However, at this point I (we?) have zero plans of moving in the near future. We both love our jobs, everyone we've come in contact with has been amazing, and who can argue with year-round temperatures in the 60's?
We've secretly become addicted to bread (any type) from Acme Bread Company. It's probably the most expensive, delicious bread you will ever taste
To top that off, in addition to the fact that we're in the heart of a developer's paradise in Silicon Valley, we're also in the heart of a designer's paradise. Try and read a design publication without finding a reference to San Francisco. I dare you.
So to all of our friends and family want to hurry out and visit while we're still here? No rush. If all goes well, we'll be here for a while.