I always start each morning with an iced coffee, black. If I don’t get it, the day always feels just a bit off. I don’t care about the weather, the occasion, the circumstance, the coffee always needs to be iced, and it always needs to be black. I’ve had good days, bad days, great days, … Continue reading Somewhere Only We Know.
(Part I) —————— So I left the room. I didn’t leave so much as I bolted. I don’t know why, I just felt like I had to get out. There is nothing decent about the casino floor at 6am. That saying about nothing good happening after 2am, you can basically extend that till 10am for … Continue reading Pas de Deux, Pt. II: Head Above Water
My favorite artist is John Mayer. Infer from that whatever you will. I know he can be quite a douchenozzle and a top notch egomaniac, but if you read anything and ask any musician, he’s a hell of a guitarist. His talent and ability with the guitar isn’t the reason that I have such an … Continue reading Still Feel Like Your Man (and Other Mayer-esque Nonsense)
After trying to get women to be interested in me for my whole adult life, apparently I accidentally stumbled upon the formula. Be truly heartbroken, and use the phrase, “I’m not ready to date anyone yet” repeatedly. During the past hundred days, I’ve accumulated an incredibly awkward amount of phone numbers and Snapcodes (that’s a … Continue reading Bachelorhood, Redux.
“Sometimes life has a cruel sense of humor, giving you the thing you always wanted at the worst time possible.” It’s been a hundred days since Daisy and me ended. I can tell you that not because I’ve been obsessively keeping track of it with scratches on the wall like some prisoner, but because of … Continue reading A Hundred Days.
In order to light my stove you have to turn the knob past “HI” and get it to make that all too familiar clicking noise. Once you get that smell of gas and you finally see the flame, I dial back a notch and leave it on HI. I’ve been cooking a lot recently, not … Continue reading High Heat.
The first movie I ever saw was “The Sound of Music”. I forgot exactly how old I was, but I can tell you that it made a deep impression. I can honestly admit that I thought ‘Edelweiss’ was actually an old Austrian folk song till, well, till I was closer to 30 than 20. It … Continue reading 30 For 30: Overture, Please.