Those of you that stop by often know that here on my San FranciscoÂ real estate blog,Â Fridayâ€™s are typically my historical SF photo post.Â
But those that know me well know that Iâ€™m not very good at routines or schedules or doing the same things over and over.Â Frankly, I get bored quite easily.Â Which is why I love being a Realtor â€“ itâ€™s the one profession where every day is completely different.Â
No two houses are the same.
No two transactions are the same.
No two clients are the same.
No two loans are the same.
No two days are the same.Â
And so, because Iâ€™ve been lucky enough to be a San Francisco Realtor, I never get bored.Â
In fact, I oftenÂ say that Iâ€™ll be doing this (helping people buy and sell SF real estate) for at least another 50 years, which means that Iâ€™ll be helping my clientâ€™s grandchildren buy their first homes!Â Â I may need to have my (future) robot assistant carry me up and down the stairs when I look at properties, but I canâ€™t imagine life without doing what I love for a living.Â
But I digress â€“ I guess where I started this whole post is by saying that Iâ€™ll be putting the Open Shutter to the Past: San Francisco in PicturesÂ on a little hiatus.Â
In its place, at least for the time being, Iâ€™ll be throwing in some SF Photos from Flickr.Â Why?Â Because I like to do things a little differently from time to time.Â
Will the Open Shutter to the PastÂ be back?Â Check backÂ oftenÂ to find out Â and to see some awesome SF pictures.Â
Happy Friday!Â Hope you have a great weekend!
(A quickÂ UPDATE – aÂ brilliantÂ comment from Maisnon below prompted me to add this note: If you’d like to share your photos with other blog readers, tag them with “lubasf” – I’ll be on the lookout for those first!)