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The light summer clothes that hung in our closet when we first arrived have now turned into cozy sweaters and thick coats.

December 4, 2015

It’s been eight months since we moved into this city. It doesn’t feel that long since we unpacked our luggage and called this tiny apartment our new home. But the light summer clothes that hung in our closet when we first arrived have now turned into cozy sweaters and thick coats. It’s cold outside. I’ve never been a cold-weather type of person. I don’t get excited by boots and scarves or snow (thankfully, there’s no snow in San Francisco). But I’m slowly adjusting. Besides, it gives me an excellent excuse to drink all the hot chocolate I want. Hah!

These past few months, we’ve been saving up for our long-overdue honeymoon, so we’ve held off on some indulgences. San Francisco is expensive, so we thought of ways to entertain ourselves without spending too much. One way to achieve it is to explore the city, taking in all the things that make it beautiful and unique.

Red door
Someone's window
Plants for sale
Pigeons hanging out in Van Ness sign
Hippies on Haight street
Developments in SF
Plants growing in victorian home
Woman with her dog
Black and white person
Performing arts garage
Man smoking and a view of a building
Union square statue
Chihuahua between giraffes
MJ striking a pose
Plants sneaking in

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