Thursday, December 11, 2008

December in San Fran

With the weather being sunny and just a bit chilly it's hard to remember that it is December. To help us get in the Christmas spirit last weekend we went to Union Square. For those of you not familiar with union square it's where all the big department stores are. For example, Macys, H&M,Saks Fifth Ave,  and Tiffany's, to name a few. While it would have been fun to shop at Tiffany's that is not why we went there. We went there to see the huge Christmas tree that is put up during the holidays and watch people ice skate on the temporary rink. We also decided to eat at the Cheesecake Factory which is on the top floor of Macy's allowing for us to overlook the square. It was a great evening and helped remind us that Christmas is just around the corner.

3 comments:

Karen said...

so cool--like a smaller version of Rockefeller Center and Time Square.
Enjoy the city, I am jealous!

Meredith said...

That looks so cool. I can't wait to come visit you guys...sometime. Hopefully we can squeeze it in this summer.

richard said...

Speaking of December in SF, I get home late Friday night and was thinking that it would be fun to watch the BYU Bowl game together on Saturday, just like old times. Shoot me an email asap (because I don't think I have either of yours) at rlc750@gmail.com. Talk to you soon!

P.S. In church we sang a song the other day that reminded me of all the "Drewbie" songs but I can't remember what the song was. I started to laugh during the song, which further reminded me of never being reverent in our Lib Square ward (writing things on our hands etc...).