San Francisco's Central Market Street is changing. New businesses are emerging as well as new condominiums. We had an opportunity to experience some of the changes by visiting a few local businesses for our annual Christmas lunch. This year we went to Alta CA for lunch. We had items such as devil eggs, oysters, smoked pork trotter, and oxtail fritters. It was delicious. Then we decided to top it all off with caramels and toffee from Littlejohn’s Candies, which was right next door. If you are ever in this part of the city, check out the changes and possibly stop in for some deviled eggs at Alta or some toffee at Littlejohn’s. You won’t be disappointed.
On December 11th 2013, Lisa Woo our wonderful Interior Designer was working hard for her last day before going on Maternity leave. She was excited about have a couple weeks to prepare and plan for her baby's arrival. Well the baby had other plans and decided to come the very next day! Lisa Woo and Mark Sessler had a beautiful baby boy named Greyson Sage Sessler, who was born on 12.12.13. What a cutie pie!
Traditions are a way in which we show honor and respect for those that came before us. They show us the way to celebrate, to mourn or to help those in need. Tradition is what brought all of us back to Edgewood Center for Children and Families for our annual Gingerbread House Extravaganza. This year was no different, we had a room full of 20 excited kids, 9 boxes of pizza, 30 undecorated gingerbread houses and of course our wonderful clients, friends and co-workers who made it all possible. Mark and Kristin from Edgewood made the coordination of this three ring circus more fun than work. I don’t know who had a better time. Want to help us next year? Just let me know…