better, busy and happy

san francisco has been friendly, surprisingly friendly. the house hunt and general bureaucracy of moving go slow but I am not discouraged or particularly worried.

I’m enjoying the newness and weirdness of sf, where your nights can ranges from happy hour with coworkers, to dinner with the dot.com’ers followed by a cheap drag show and ends at late night house party with friends.

I like that people smile at me when I smile at them, moments like when the cashier at the grocery store gives me a conspiratorial wink and that san francisco is so fucking gay :)

i’m weirded out by the iphones, the huge disparity and shear range of difference between social classes (and of course the overt relationship to race). I love having office mates and am enjoying learning things and sending my breaks chatting with real live humans.

i like the wind and the warm sun almost every day. I hate parking but am learning to like how folks drive (like montreal’ers, fast and aware but more relaxed and less pushy). I like the bart and the view from buy xenical canadacost of xenical without insurance prednisone price at walmart Prednisone natural alternative bernal hill at night ivermectin onlineStromectol 3 mg tablets arimidex tablets side effectsAnastrozole generic cost zyban for sale zyban sales diflucan price walgreens doxycycline price ukdoxycycline monohydrate 100mg price zoloft 100mg price100mg of zoloft for anxiety diflucan one price , but find the buses crowded.

today i spent the afternoon at my new pottery studio which seems like a great place. I’ve discovered a capoeira class with 5$ dropin and think i might give it a try again since the classes seemed friendly to beginners. i’m slowly learning where to go for cheap food and about the magic of “happy hour” and late night liquor stores.

i don’t miss the city of vancouver at the moment but i continually find myself wishing everyone was here. i keep seeing things i think you would all love, being at events you would appreciate. i can’t wait to find a home so i can finally say “yes come!”

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