Easter traditions in San Diego are as varied as our cultural landscape. Many people gather in Balboa Park to find colored plastic eggs in the midst of our urban meadows. Some people take in a service at one of our many churches. Brunch in Coronado is also another sure winner.
Most of the country enjoys spring break as an opportunity to chip away ice and snow and walk into the open arms of spring. Growing up on the East Coast, I recall how excited I was as a girl to see our daffadoils poking out their heads couragiously. Spring is about hope, rebirth and embracing that you have survived another winter.
In San Diego our seasons are basically warm, warm, warm and rainy during the winter. We visit snow if we care too but we don't carry ice scrapers in our cars or wrap up in parkas. We are lucky to live in paradise.
The spring holidays in San Diego remind me that it is spring almost all year here. When people contact me about moving to San Diego they frequently as when "the selling season" is. Given our weather we don't have a selling season. Our homes sell all year long.
Colleen K. Cotter @ 619.804.6840
Managing Partner of www.mySanDiegoAgent.com
Broker Associate of Keller Williams Realty