one week ago today and I could not wait to drive the boulevard tunnel. hundreds of times, I've driven this tunnel, hundreds and hundreds, during my sixteen years in atlanta, on the way to grant park to moving in the spirit to teach class, take class, for rehearsal. to pick ward up from work, to go home, to visit friends. through that grey, decaying tunnel I went, again and again. and so I was a little emotional when I discovered @livingwallsatl had partnered with cabbage town to breathe new life into it. hats off to artist MOMO @momoshowpalace, hats off to all involved. what a transformation. we drove it and then, for the first time in my life, I walked it. what a joy. what a complete and absolute joy.
last of the last of the last of the orange for #colorcolourlovers #colorcolourORANGE. palm springs leftovers. this house is for sale, btw. anybody got 600,000 dollars laying around? I'd like to retire here, please.
went to see my good friend @thedancemyth perform last night. I have no awesome shots from the show but my mind is still turning over the night and I can still hear words and horns. this polaroid I shot of him back in 2011 is still one of my favorites. p.s. thank you @listenerfamilyband for the good stuff.
I've watched my dad coach basketball for as long as I've been alive. I grew up watching him move up and down the court like gene kelly, watched his love for the game only grow stronger, wilder with each year. I watched him pass his love for the game on to my two younger brothers, watched them both grow into spectacular players. I know more basketball than I ever thought I would, just from osmosis, from living and breathing in the house I grew up in. 68 years-old and my dad continues to play, to teach the game with as much love and vigor as he did forty years ago. to watch him with ezra last week, just the two of them on the court, working on his shot together, well. I wanted to cry big fat happy tears of joy.
well, we were a little loopy by the the time we hit georgia but after texas, we crossed six state lines in two days. oklahoma, arkansas, tennessee, mississippi, alabama, georgia. atlanta, georgia. home. as of late last tuesday night, we are home. it's been one heckuva ride, kids. and a beautiful blissed-out blur since we hit home.