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THE VALUE VILLAGE THRIFT STORE
IN WOODINVILLE, WA.!
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After a day spent outside enjoying the warm summer weather here, Miss Ten and I headed back over to the very fine Value Village in Woodinville, WA. yesterday evening to score us some sweet new-old clothes AND revel in the wonder of THINGS and STUFF! My daughter grabbed the iPhone and… Read full post »
So this is how I rtpe when I can't see anthyhing. I bet it;s
very bad You'd think I'd be able to type better than this without
loooking at my dingers rignt? O am betting this is not too
readable. Sorry, ,anm
O ssll this same thing every summer with the… Read full post »
"Mom, Nirvana is really good!"
"Didn't one of them die?"
"Yes. It was very sad. He committed suicide."
A pause, then,
"How can it be that someone is so good at one thing and so messed up in another?"
As my fr… Read full post »
1. June is my favorite month.
2. Nineteen is my favorite number.
3. 2013 has been particularly lucky for me so far.
So numerologically-speaking, 6/19/13 was going to be MY DAMN DAY, and guess what? IT WAS, because three super-mega-rad-rad-rad bands (including The Intelligence, rated "Most… Read full post »
I was almost finished with elementary school by the time I met a friend who had divorced parents. I know this must seem very weird in today's world where more marriages cease than continue, but it's true -- in my small-town Midwestern universe, every kid I knew had a mom and… Read full post »
2. Poultry Inspector
Do you have any problem you need to solve?
-- 99 of them, in fact.
A pending court case you want to resolve in your favor?
-- I've retained a wild-haired wizard riding a glitter unicorn, thanks.
Health, relationship… Read full post »
If I believed in hell, I'd sure be thinking I'd be going there because I've been laughing over this poor Indian kid's terrible autotuned and rather anemic pity party video for like 30 minutes now. AHAHAHA! Aw. HAHA! AWW. Please to EEeeNNnnJJjOOoyyY!
One (1) perfectly-pleasant Seattle Sunday afternoon in early June (NO RAIN ALLOWED)
One (1) modest but fully-funded Kickstarter campaign
One (1) great idea
Combine ingredients in tiny Capitol Hill-area park after application of city permit. Shake modest-but-fully-funded Kickstarter campai… Read full post »
Do you know how excited I was to see Mikal Cronin play here in Seattle last night? VERY MUCH, I WAS. I had waited with great patience since seeing him perform his own material on 2012's Bruise Cruise, when I was so super-thrilled that I went up to the pleasant, shaggy-haired… Read full post »
Let's just start right off with a bang here. Wow, sir...just so WOW.
The complexities surrounding the concept of fame -- motivations, attainment or lack of it, consequences of either outcome -- is a topic that forever fascinates me. As someone who is peripherally attached to the music business via photography, I've been able to observe the careers of many musical arti… Read full post »