Saturday, May 29, 2010

ok ok

your city is pretty amazing too.
so good seeing you there.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Friday, May 21, 2010

Car Lot on Mission

I'm obsessed with this car lot on Mission street. Do you remember it?

Thursday, May 20, 2010

average every day

i'm finally getting to see/experience some average everyday living here in my new city... this morning was just a typical ride on the train. nothing special, but i kind of like it.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010


not sure if you know this or not, but i'm gay. do you still love me?

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

familiar faces

You should bring your lady here when you visit in June.

Friday, May 14, 2010

NY laundromat

saw this on a laundromat's door... what does this even mean??? what ever it is it's amazing.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

our skylines

this is a photo of Molly & Ryan's windowsill. on it they have a miniture verision of the new york city skyline made from little wooden block buildings. behind it you can just make out the real san francisco skyline. i probably should have taken this photo with something other than my Holga, to really get it right, but i love it none the less. our two cities, together!

also you probably never look at my flickr stream, but you should! go look at all my new photos! xo

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

i owe you a letter

a real one. on paper. written with one of those thin sharpie pens i love.

but for now here's a picture of my feet and R's. taken at night in the city. i don't wear these red shoes enough.

more letters

new york is really sinking in. it feels good. work isn't all that interesting these days, but it's so amazing just to be in one place. traveling week after week is just not my thing. i've been thinking lately about taking a long vacation. like for a couple months. for some reason with all this change in my life i'm feeling the need to re-calibrate.

i miss you.


Saturday, May 8, 2010

guess where?

i hope you visited this place when you lived here. it's one of my favorites.

Thursday, May 6, 2010


i agree. i wish we could hand write them and mail them back and forth. we could do it and then scan them in and post them here.

mine today would say:

hey! things here are going really really great. i love my new city, but i sometimes wish you lived here. or sometimes i wish the coasts weren't so far away from each other. how are you? how's life?

do you remember the first time we met? i can't remember the name of the bar, but i met you, and i think you were with rana and tom that night. i remember shortly after going to a party with silver coated walls and thought to myself, "wow, this is exactly where i want to be, and in a few years we will all be such close friends and i can't wait for that." within a couple months you spent the night at my house after a party and rana got jealous because you stayed in my bed. [insert here that this was only a friend sleepover, a true beginning of a real life friendship] i remember the days that i used to spit goldfish and laugh, i'm pretty sure i was drunk. i remember the days that we had a writing group and we would all just sit around supporting each other. some really amazing one liners came out of that time. i remember the zine we did. i guess that was the beginning of all of this. do you remember talking to me about buying a stapler that would be long enough to reach the center of the pages? why don't we use staplers anymore? and copy machines. and typewriters. and pens.

i miss the days without technology too, sometimes, and maybe what i meant when i made you that patch was that - someday i will miss writing you letters.

miss you and love you, can't wait to see you soon!


Wednesday, May 5, 2010

we should write letters too

remember that patch you made a while back when you took that silk screening class? the one that said technology breaks my heart? that phrase has been popping into my head a lot lately. i am very aware how silly it is to write it on a blog, but sometimes i wish things were slower and that we were all a little less tied to our digital devices. i love this footage of San Francisco from the 1930's. it's silent, which feels just right.

i love it, but sometimes, technology breaks my heart.

i know i know BUT

i can't "embed" this link but please please please click on it. you will be amazed...