Harborview Sunset

Harborview Park San Mateo, CA April 25, 2017   One of the perks of recruiting season isĀ that while the position coaches are out on the road, Nathaniel and I have lots of long, open evenings to spend together. In an attempt to avoid spending all of those precious hours sitting on the couch watching ourContinue reading “Harborview Sunset”

Laurelwood Park Hike

Near our apartment is a hill that seems like the highest point for miles. Nathaniel and I have tried to find the base of it to hike up in the past, but could never quite find it just by following our map. He googled around, though, and figured out that it’s a public park. TodayContinue reading “Laurelwood Park Hike”

The Giants Hosted the Cardinals (And Won in Style)

Last night I witnessed one of the most exciting wins all season for the Giants, in my opinion. The first three innings went by without any runs, and a few hits (by the Giants, that is). Mike Leake was 4 innings into a no-no when the Cardinals got their first hit. Then, we had anContinue reading “The Giants Hosted the Cardinals (And Won in Style)”

How Did We Let This Happen?

There’s something I’ve been thinking about since I moved to San Francisco, that I really can’t keep ignoring or bottling up. Never have I ever seen so many homeless people in my life. I’ve been in the inner cities of Seattle, Anchorage, Lima (Peru), New York, and many more, and I can’t remember there beingContinue reading “How Did We Let This Happen?”

Waking up in San Francisco

As anyone quickly figures out about me, I thrive off of change. Change, Challenge, and Champagne. Last week, Nathaniel and I moved to San Francisco. Well, we moved to an apartment about 45 minutes south of San Francisco, that is. However, each day I trek into the city via train along with all of theContinue reading “Waking up in San Francisco”