Just no real desire to say it. The photo? The fabulous food I ate after doing a little grocery shopping at Whole Foods in Los Altos. I love Whole Foods. Love. It. I can’t believe I haven’t posted about my trip to California. Maybe that’s because I’m sad to be back. I love it there. I know it’s expensive, but there’s a reason so many people want to live there.
Yes, Utah has some good qualities, and Amie was right, come spring (if it ever does come) I do like it here. But it’s just different. Utah will never feel like home to me. I’m a Bay Area girl, apparently.
And the cheeses? All local California cheeses.
oh and how do you live without trader joe’s? or whole foods for that matter? that right there is reason enough to run back to the “golden” state!
I agree…california is better. Taylor and I discuss this topic quite a bit since we are trying to figure out where to move to settle down for THE REST OF OUR LIVES (no pressure) once he graduates in December. We have decided that even though you pay a HEFTY price…cali is sooo worth it. you have to live where you LOVE it. i am a cali girl at heart too. culturally everything outside of cali feels soooo strange. i get it. hang in there…i feel your pain up here in seattle. 🙂
I have cheese-envy.
That teeny little appetizer looks so beautiful! I want to reach through the screen and eat it! But I would have to have at least seconds, maybe thirds, to get my fill. Yum! (Oh, yeah. We got a job. Check my blog!)
That does indeed look lovely…Home is where the heart is, they say. (Yeah, I’m all about the cliches today. Sorry.)
I have plenty to say as well and just am not- it is new for me and I hope after this weekend I get back into the swing of blogging.I can imagine your yen for CA- and getting that small taste last weekend must have been bittersweet. Glad you ARE here though.
i love your blog- you are a fascinating person!!
i totally relate — i am a bay area girl at heart as well. only lived there for 4 years and i was converted. so sad.