Skip to content

Faith in Youth and Romance

The weekend was a blurry blur involving lots of high quality hanging out. That Saturday brunch I mentioned? It went on for 9 1/2 hours! Longer, really. But eventually I left to hit up the Midwestern Dandies show at Fox Tax, which was fabulous, with the added bonus of seeing Amy Rice in her studio upstairs. Then I went on to the Turf Club to see STNNNG, Haunted House, Child Bite and Sarah Johnson and to hang out with friends. Yesterday the lad and I did some more lounging at J’s place, which mostly involved the boy playing video games while J and I transferred my site from a VM to Dreamhost (still getting used to this newer version of WordPress). And last night I made dinner for a friend. Busy busy.

Five more good things:

  • The little man is sick, again, which is not good. But he’s coping well. He made the cutest board game. Roll the dice to advance around the board. The first pass you receive a slice of bread. Second time peanut butter. Third time jelly. And lastly another slice of bread to top off the sammich, that you then have to pretend to eat to win.
  • Came across the work of Corky somewhere or other. The octopus necklace is great, but the carry monster has stolen my heart (not literally, but I bet he could).
  • Natalie Portman has made a line of vegan shoes. They’re too fancy and expensive for me but it’s neat that she’s doing it.
  • Punch Pizza has launched this “Capture Our Fire” Photo Contest. I do love Punch Pizza, and love taking photos of food, so I’m all over this. Props to Aaron for inspiring it.
  • Another nod to Aaron, who made it out to Cupcake Saturday when I didn’t. I was too cozy and warm at the all-day brunch. But I did partake, when some intrepid brunch-mates were sent off to retrieve cupcakes.
20/365, face-washing


  1. JasonC wrote:

    why does the thought of vegan shoes make my mouth water?

    Monday, January 21, 2008 at 10:57 pm | Permalink
  2. Ha!

    Tuesday, January 22, 2008 at 10:43 pm | Permalink

Post a Comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *