Monday, July 25, 2011

What brought you to San Diego?

Despite the vast distance between San Diego, CA and San Antonio, TX, I found many similarities between the two cities that made moving to the West coast easier to digest. To name a few:

  • The population of each city is roughly 1.3 million. 
  • Even with their top ten population rankings, the character of each of the cities is more laid-back than many of the other cities in their respective states.
  • There is long history of Hispanic culture that is infused in the architecture, cuisine, and language of the cities. 
  •  There is an absence of cold winters along the general line of latitude where these cities were founded - a characteristic that I am particularly attracted to.

There are also plenty of wonderful differences that make each city unique. When I first discovered that more than 160 alumni lived in San Diego county, I was pleased to know that others who have a common educational background found themselves living 1,275 miles from Trinity University. I wonder, what was the appeal or impetus for your moving to San Diego? What keeps you here?

Sara Quarterman


1 comment:

  1. San Diego has a very open and receptive culture for small business and entrepreneurship. This creates a great opportunity for anyone with ideas and energy to get a start. Of course, the weather can't be beat so you have outdoor options year round.