Sudden colds, then sudden heat. Suddenly the day after tomorrow is here today. And the dogs panted. For the Earth was ours with them to share. Pant, pant. And about our business we all went. Pfoof.
The invasion of Ukraine, what we are witnessing Putin do, and what Republicans are doing stateside, like what Florida Republicans just “accomplished” with the whole “Don’t Say Gay” thing, it’s like, hello: You all see the through line between homegrown American censorship and selective personhood erasures and the Russian brand of warmongering authoritarianism. Right? Let’s […]
This right now is the smartest I’ve been about my health in 22 years. I made it through the wilderness, and now I seem to have picked up an extra serving o’ motivation. My body has served me well, in spite of my wickedness, and it has brought me a long way, so the energy […]
Thinking about air travel during a pandemic becomes clearer when you’re doing air travel during a pandemic. There I was last week, honey, sitting in First, which never happens (just the once…and the one way this first once, for that matter, OK). What – if you had the option these pandemic times, you, too, would […]
Let’s get real. We have taken the temperature of the room (I have taken the temperature of the room). We know what is up. There is much to do. Change the station, change the channel.
So I went to Neiman Marcus on a literal double-speed shopping spree. The all-seeing eye was watching tonight. We are all watching. And judging. And waiting. For all to justify our love. It must be exhausting. It is exhausting. It is tiresome. It is boring. We are, indeed, here not to be popular but to […]
Lots of #SanFrancisco peoples and unfortunately many, many visitors seem to be concerned with, by the recent theft of Louis Vuitton goods from the luxury brand’s Union Square shop (not to discount the magnitude and lamentable impact of the organized crime behind this and similar thieving operations in the Bay Area of late). Lotsa pearl-clutching […]
Atmospheric rivers are the new Karl the Fog. But with a soupçon of doom. The wind blows so hard as the rain falls on the City by the Bay, a Star Spangled Banner dances down the hill almost flat to the see. The day after tomorrow is here.
Ama sua, Bay Area. There is no difference between a man who steals from the Louis Vuittons at Union Square and a man who complains something, a courtesy around a service, is taking too long (Bah humbug much?). Both are wrong and so last century, thieves of things, of time and good will, of energy. […]
The thing about Adele’s “I Drink Wine,” a new song in her latest record, 30, is it is the Brunch Song of the 2021-2022s. And I love it. I drink it up Champagne rosé.