It doesn’t look like I’ll be winning that week long stay in a luxury suite at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco! I’m in close 2nd, only about 350 “likes” behind the 1st place person, ha haa!
If you missed that write up, here it is again, CLICK HERE
The contest ends tonight, Friday, at Midnight PST, so it’s not too late to help me out 🙂
In the meantime, I thought I’d share a moment of crazy fun with you that helped lift my spirits!
In case you couldn’t guess, I’m the crazy in the pink tutu!
I may not be headed to San Francisco any time soon at the rate this contest is going but I AM still headed to EUROPE for two weeks in May so life is good, real good! I am blessed to be living and having fun!
I have the opportunity to win a social media contest sponsored by Hilton Union Square in San Francisco!
The past guest whose story is being currently featured on their Facebook page, has to have the most “likes” under their photo.
Can you help a fellow blogger out!? I’m currently in close 2nd place with 65+ likes!!
Food the link to the Hilton page featuring the picture of me and my friends in our Pj’s! Just click like and you are done ! So easy and it would make me so happy!
CLICK HERE TO HELP
I’m back from my whirlwind girl’s weekend in San Francisco! I’m still on a “weekend high”, that’s how much fun it was! This shot was taken just steps from our hotel as we wandered over to our first “meal stop” of the weekend, an Irish pub, for excellent bowls of Butternut squash soup washed down with a tasty beer!
Click here for restuarant details! It was reasonable, great ambiance, centrally located, & the staff was friendly too.
I’m headed to San Francisco this weekend with 3 friends to celebrate a 40th b-day for one of them.
I’m really excited to explore and enjoy the city by the bay as a grown up without purpose, such as a soccer tournament & entertaining 3 children through a weekend!
I used to live up North so going to the city was a regular occasion for me. Back then though, I was either driven there with my family or it was for school field trips! This picture, for example, was from a school visit to Alcatraz. Our Psychology teacher lived on the Island as a child since his doctor was one of the primary physicians on the Island. His real life experiences & memories that he shared with us students gave us a glimpse into Alcatraz that isn’t found on most tours!
I look so carefree in this picture, not a worry in the world! 17, just shy of graduating in a few weeks & heading to Hawaii for a grad trip! I never got to “experience” the city as a carefree adult though! I moved south at 18 & all of my subsequent visits to the Bay have been with my family in tow so it usually involved many soccer fields, visits to Pier 39 & the usual tourist areas. I always enjoyed those fun weekends & we built many fond memories of our road trips. There is something to be said though for shedding the responsibilities of your normal everyday life to enjoy a fabulous location like this!
I won’t be visiting Alcatraz this time but if you are headed to the city soon, be sure to book your tour early, they fill up fast! Click here for more information. In the meantime, my next few posts will be SF related!