It's been awhile since I posted, but I've been busy crossing of things I want to do before I die and to honor the memory of my friend Timothy who died two years. In his honor during the month of May I live freely, happily and without fear. You never know when one day you are going to sit down to watch Nova, drink a diet Shasta and never wake up again.
Here's what I accomplished in May:
1. Performed onstage with a rock band (English Beat)
2. Spoke at a professional conference to a bunch of strangers about what I do for a living.
3. Booked myself for a weekend at the Chateau Marmont an entertained friends in my room.
4. Rode up the Pacific coastline on the Amtrak.
Here is what is next:
1. Run for public office
2. Swim with dolphins
3. Go to the Italy
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Sunday, May 03, 2009
Decade on Morton
This weekend marked my 10th anniverary in my tiny West Village apartment. I can't believe I still live here and while my life seems different it also seems the same. In 1999, I didn't have a cat, worked as an assistant, had a website on Geocities, didn't know Pepe, wasn't afraid of terrorists and had red hair. The neighborhood has definitely changed but I love the new West Side Highway and the Christopher Street pier. I am lucky and grateful that the Risotteria came into my life giving me a job and a good friend named Joe when I really needed both of them. The only thing I really need to change is my old TV which I've had since I moved here. It's time.
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