Bier de Stone ( wrote,
Bier de Stone

San Francisco

A long, long time ago--so long that you might even say, once upon a time--I knew a girl who loved everything San Francisco. I had never been to San Francisco, so I didn't really know what her fascination with it was, but I knew one thing. She loved the way the houses lined up against each other side by side. As for myself, I didn't like them. All my life, I've only known what it is like to live in a house house. The kind of houses with pointy rooftops and lawns.

So now that enough time has passed renting my living quarters, I'm thinking of buying my house. For some odd reason, the idea of living in a loft intrigues me. Loft living, however, seems so much like apartment living in that your neighbors are to the left and to the right of your own little space. I've been rolling that analogy around in my head until I realized that those houses in San Francisco aren't very different either. My main concern is the noise and the rustling of visitors to neighbor's houses. I've never lived in an apartment complex so that kind of thing seems awkward.

And where I was going with this entry, I have no idea other than to say San Francisco houses seem very very nice indeed.

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

  • 1 comment