I am OBSESSED with these board bags made from up cycled or vintage materials right here in So Cal. “The bags are made with half coffee bean sack, half thick fabric, entirely lined and pulled closed with a drawstring.” http://www.sagebrushbags.com/ I’m planning to order a custom one for my 9ft board. File under surfalicious doodads!
The guilt trip. Not a journey I particularly like taking. Let’s talk about guilt. There is no pleasure in guilt. There is no such thing as a guilty pleasure. Guilt is an evil menace. Guilt drives us to do things we don’t want to, shouldn’t do and shouldn’t have to do. And most of the […]
It’s that weird time of the year when you’re not quite sure if you’re going to accomplish the things you set out to at the beginning (like learning to fly and writing a book), and work feels weird, and your kids are on vacation, and the sun is shining and you’re not really sure where, […]
It’s a bad feeling in my gut. And I can’t shake it. A fight. A disappointment. Hard to make that go away. It’s a little corner of sadness inside, rubbing up against a smattering of hurt. A bit like a bruise. Black. Blue. Purple. Green. Yellow. But it eventually goes away. Do you know that the […]
There is no such thing as stillness in my life. Just constant chatter. Even in my sleep, the dog moves to the foot of my bed and I’m awakened by his stirring. My mind is never still. Constant chatter. Thinking about the mundane: does Max have his swim bag?; to the immense: Cancer cells; to […]
I just love it when people make gorgeous things. And I’m obsessed with paper goods. Bad combo…great website! Can’t wait for our next party 🙂 http://ink.hwtm.com
Here’s why I love Facebook: FIRE Over the past few days we have been surrounded by 9 fires. Different parts of our neighborhood have been evacuated two days in a row. If you turn on the TV you’re faced with Babylon burning, but looking out of the window there is only smoke in the distance. […]
My friend Brent Stirton is an extraordinary documentary photographer. One of his latest pieces, “God’s Ivory” is the result of a three-year research project. It talks about how religious icons allow the ivory poaching trade to exist and covers the slaughter of these amazing animals to satisfy religious, and criminal need. The photographs are awe […]