If this is the top post when you’re reading this, I’m probably on a plane to L.A.
I’m on my way back today folks. So hide the silverware and all that. It’s been the longest week I’ve had in some time. It’s the key to eternal life, I think. Keeping busy. Don’t slow down. Avoid ruts. You’ll live three or four lifetimes. This is the sky from the driveway of my parents’ […]
By coincidence, my brother calls me when we’re downtown Santa Fe this afternoon, so he checks the plaza webcam. There we are (I’m the one on the right doing the weird dance.)
Damn. I just lost my ride back from the airport. Anyone in the vicinity of Burbank Friday at nine PM? Pick me up! Thanks, Mandy!
This is Dorothy Keightley. She gave birth first to my dad, then to his three brothers and two sisters. She lives in Montezuma, which is a few miles north of Las Vegas, which is about sixty miles east of Santa Fe. She’s the one I always brag about to others over drinks at parties and […]
If you’re ever in doubt as to whether you’re in New Mexico or not, just check the local grocery store shelves. The tortillas are all locally made, with the exception of a teeny tiny stack of one particular Texas Brand. Choices are good. This is in a Lowe’s market in Las Vegas, New Mexico. My […]
On Sunday I leave Joy and Denver behind and head back down to Santa Fe. This is the playlist for the drive: William Orbit: Hello Waveforms (mellow, contemplative, somewhat depressing, which is appropriate for one leaving Joy behind.) Dane Cook: Harmful If Swallowed (a bit of sparkly comedy to make me giggle.) Earlimart: Treble and […]
One more photo from Boulder. This guy’s making fun balloon animals. He has just asked the girl what she wants. I don’t know what she answers. But I would have asked him to make me Ebola.
Joy and I spend a fine weekend together in Denver. You can’t tell how much fun we’re having by our expressions in the photo below, which is actually taken on Saturday’s jaunt to Boulder. You’ll just have to take my word for it. Odd thing: seconds after this photo is taken, a pigeon falls from […]
In need of a break, I’ve taken a week off work and hopped on a plane to New Mexico. I grew up here, so it’s sort of a homecoming for me. At the same time, my parents have sold their San Luis Obispo house and are exactly in the middle of a move back. My […]