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Wow, February 2014 is in full swing. Time sure does fly when you're a busy butterfly, living in the city of San Francisco and involved in various awesome activities, groups and social gatherings. Yup, that is moi! 

Happy New Year my friends. It's been two months since my last post. I know, it's not good. (according to social media platforms) I am big on the social media, but to write a blog post, I like to put more time and thought in what I really want to say and share to the world. 

I do Tweet and manage two accounts: @sfmovingroovin and @DogpatchStFest. Check them out if you want to know what's going on in the city, communities, events and other news worthy material that I like to share. I do have a Tumblr page, Instagram account and for Google+. I think I have covered just about the main social media engines. I do use Facebook, but find myself using it a little less, maybe. 

With the holiday rush, 49ers game, a tour of the Candlestick Park, events with Google+, Dogpatch Neighborhood Association meetings, Yosemite Landscape Photography Trip, a couple of Warriors game, I, literally haven't had a moment to share my thoughts or better yet, to sit quietly and write. I do miss writing and do think about it almost daily. I really like to have fun and love people more so than ever. I love building relationships, staying active and involved in things that matter to me. I believe all the above is what keeps me happy, young and energetic. 

Aren't we all suppose to do things we love to remain happy and have fun while at it? 

I really love life. I find myself doing a variety of things because I CAN. I would like to show you with pictures instead of more writing (for now). May your 2014 year be full of sunshine, fun and love. 

Yosemite National Park - January 2014

Yosemite at Night

Yosemite Creek 
Yosemite - El Capitan

#FarewellCandlestick 2013 
Me and my buddy Stephanie

Fireworks Last 49er Game +Candlestick Park  2013

Kaepernicking at Candlestick Park 
Beautiful Day at Candlestick 2013



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