2009, The Year of Fog

At the beachFirst, Happy New Year!!!

Second, I know, I know…I’ve been terribly remiss and keeping San Francisco is Weird updated. Horrible actually.

But with the changing of our calendars I have the same opportunity as billions people around the globe (and approximately 750,000 in this cute little town): to reset. It’s like Yom Kippur in the blogosphere, except you don’t have to fast. With the best intentions in our hearts we apologize (I’m really sorry)  and have the opportunity to wipe the slate clean and start again – unfettered.

So, with optimism in my heart and resolutions on my side, I proudly proclaim that San Francisco is Weird is back! I am reinvigorated to keep you up-to-date and in the loop about the best, worst and most bizarre of this spunky city with the can-do attitude and a preponderance of fleece, tattoos and piercings.

I hope your new year was safe, happy and healthy, and look forward to fulfilling my resolution to keep SFIW current. Wish me luck.

– Adamahata


About adamahata

On February 5, 2008, after 15 amazing years in New York City, I got married, changed careers, and moved out to San Francisco. All within a three-week period, and with very little preparation. This blog is for those of you who follow me out to San Francisco (or have been here for a while and are still trying to figure this place out). You're not in Kansas anymore Dorothy.
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1 Response to 2009, The Year of Fog

  1. peggyluwho says:

    Good luck! What did you do for New Year’s Eve? I was in The City. I saw some excellent bands playing at Slim’s. One, The Slackers, was from New York.

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