My new favorite little person… ED!

Kids grow so fast… I hope Ed remembers me next time I see him. We became fast friends during my stay. He was infatuated with my luggage. I was also the first person to introduce him to a hair dryer, which was loads of fun. Ed @ 13 months or so… the boy that never […]

Calvin Johnson, Babies and Cheap Trick

Last weekend was an unrelated medley of baby birthdays, baby showers, adventures with babies, weird walks and 70s rock casino style. Yeah, I know. Sounds perfect, right? We’ll start our story in Olympia on Friday night, where I finally got to meet 6-week old Margot, the beautiful daughter of Forrest and Roussa. Forrest is the […]

Viva Las Vegas, part 1

The first weekend of this past November, I flew to Las Vegas to witness friend Theresa Pfarr tie the knot. I was excited to spend time in Vegas as I had previously only driven through it on my way to friend Nic’s wedding in Death Valley back in March. However, Vegas showed itself as a […]

“From, Johnson” part II

More on Northern’s march show, From, Johnson Artists included in From, Johnson: Daniel Arlein, Brooklyn, NY Avantika Bawa, Portland, Oregon Jenny Buffington, Shorewood, IL Ingrid Burrington, Baltimore, MD Scott Marvel Cassidy, Los Angeles, CA Ariel Churnin, Johnson, VT Thomas Cummins, San Antonio, TX Janet Hassinger, Houston, TX Harrison Haynes, Durham, NC James Horgan, Cambridge, MA […]

Candace and Andy’s Wedding

On September 18, I hopped on a plane to Buffalo, NY to see my friend from High School tie the knot. The wedding was very beautiful and I have to admit that even I got a little teary eyed. However, three large life lessons were learned, painfully, over the course of several days back in […]

Wayzgoose in Seattle

According to Wikipedia, a Wayzgoose refers to “ the name for an entertainment given by a master printer to his workmen each year on or about St Bartholomew’s Day, August 24. This marked the traditional end of summer and the point at which the season of working by candlelight began.” The School of Visual Concepts […]

It occurred to me the other day that I haven’t posted since the Republican Party announced Sarah Palin as their nomination for Vice President and running mate of Senator John McCain. I blame Palin for my lack of creative output and general malaise. She epitomizes everything that is wrong with conservative America. Sometimes, living in […]