Took a bit of a hiatus for a few months. But good news: I have a job! I am now working at Peekadoodle Kidsclub. I started working full time at the end of March, as a barista for their cafe. Starting Monday, I’ll be starting a new job a teacher for the kidscamp for the 3-5 year olds. I’m excited!! We’ll be doing fun projects in art, cooking, science, and gym. Just now, I listened to a great podcast about the importance of preschool. Turns out putting kids in preschool or a similar atmosphere is one of the best ways to improve the world. It’s no small job!
So, things have been kinda crazy the past few months, getting used to any new job is an adjustment, and now I’ll be transitioning again. It has been nice to be in a place finally where we have extra income that is not swept away into debt repayment. Already in April, my bike got stolen when I was helping a friend move, I locked it up on a high crime street, and it was gone in the morning. Traumatic, yes, since I’ve had that bike since I was 15, but it was a good opportunity to find a bike that is exactly what I want for my new life in San Francisco. After several months of research and going to every freaking bike store in town, I chose my beautiful stallion, the Public D8. I’ll spare the bike nerd talk for later, but I fell in love and haven’t looked back since. Anyway, that has been a hefty aggressive purchase that took a lot of mental strength to make, but I love my new bike. Pictures of my sweet wheels soon to come.
Some things I’ve done in the past few months:
My first Giants game with my Peekadoodle crew:) It was a lil chilly but had a great time, the stadium is right on the water and we had the best view!
This is a mural of an underwater scene on the outside of a theater on Polk St (the street I commute on to work) that was being painted last month. I got to snag a pic of the artists in action:
My favorite thing to come across on the streets of San Francisco:
My most favorite eatery yet. It’s called Frijz and it’s rad. Their sandwiches are named after painters, and their decor is superhero themed, in the most perfectly unexpected and tasteful way: