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Musical Monday

Two things I love: Local Natives and dogs

Links I Like

Some links I like, lately. Some will help you increase punctuality and production! And one will lead you down the rabbit hole of gaming...

First up, a beautiful colored igloo. I don't like the cold, but I'd wanna hang out in this for a bit. Go read up on Candy box! Then go play it here. I've got a tab open right now, awaiting a quest!Now, if you want to be really productive, learn about how to overcome your lateness, assuming you're always ten minutes late to something like I am. I love these things - words/emotions that don't have an English language equivalent. Working from home, sometime the silence isn't awesome, and I don't go to coffee shops as often as I could.  Perfect solution - Coffitivity! Really cool - check it out next time you need creative juices!

Phoenix in April

I had another little trip to Phoenix in April, driven by the tickets I'd purchased for Sigur Ros. They've been on my list to see for quite some time, and with no LA dates announced due to Coachella, I had to venture to Phoenix to see them.

I arrived during another dust storm, and my car was dirty, dirty.

I met up with Kari Ann and headed to a Final Four watch party. Still mad that Georgetown didn't make it past the first round once again, but I guess I'll just have to get used to that.

Still hadn't washed my car.

Damian did my hair. And we talked through some art that he's been creating.

Shannon and I grabbed dinner at Windsor.  Man, I still love that brown bag chicken sandwich.

One early morning I worked from the pool.

And some ducks came by when I was leaving for the office.

Midweek I moved to Meg's house. We both purchased the same cardigan awhile back and had a face off.  She wins.

Somewhere in the week I had dinner with Chantal and finally got to meet …

April Adventures

I'm back from a nearly 3 week jaunt on the East Coast, and I really didn't want to leave. I think NYC is my next move, though not for a few months, if it happens. I'm going to explore options.

Alas, I'm back in LA, trying to get back in the groove of life, and it's time to catch up on blogging. Here we are in April. I got new bedding. I've also realized that in my latest clothing purchases, I'm really into blue and turquoise.

The Moth & the Flame moved to LA, so a bunch of us headed down to their free show at It's a School Night. First up though, Miner, who I quite enjoyed. They seemed quite southern, but they're from right here in LA.

There's Masato, Julie and David.

And Colin and Marcello.

And there's TM&TF.

I was late doing my taxes this year, so I had a little scramble a few days before the deadline. It wasn't as bad as I expected.

The Grilled Cheese Truck showed up for lunch near my house. I couldn't resist.

I'm not r…