I want to share these pictures. My whole life there is a lot of my creative side I keep hidden from most people other than family because... blah blah, the fear of someone thinking I'm gay... blah blah usual stuff.
anyway, here are pictures of a Christmas tree I made this year. I haven't bothered decorating in a couple years, but this year I got this idea to make all these branches into a tree shape and put the ornaments and lights hanging on the inside and turned out pretty cool. my family loved it anyway when I had them over for dinner before christmas.
the other pic is of a really cool place for anyone reading who lives in/near OKC. I know you're out there?? "Cafe do Brazil" on N. Walker downtown just north of St ANthony's hospital. really good authentic brazilian food. I used to eat lunch there after the gym on Saturdays. there is this crazy old guy who has a one man band set-up and plays jazz and bosssa nova with his keyboard, sax, flute, trumpet. etc on saturdays til about 2pm. I used to sit there eating my lunch and think, how cool this place exists in OKC, does anyone know its here? check it out when in OKC and you'll probably meet Ana, the owner, she speaks to everyone, and is absolutley so nice.
"Moncrief" has spoken, thanks for the comments man, I know I come with crazy thoughts and ideas, thank you for remaining patient and positive, I know you have a lot of strong opinions just from reading your blog, also freedom, yes. :). I most liekly will get a cell phone, but I've enjoyed being the only one beside "Oprah" without a cell phone..and, btw,we don't have ANYTHING in OKC so yeah H&M is a chain but its not one here in OKC so I've only ever read about it since they opened their first store in NYC etc etc. but please, yes, any suggestions for NYC I'm all years. so far I plan on seeing the apartment of Walt Whitman and then broadway show on Saturday, most likely a gay bar on Saturday night if I can find one in NYC.. ha.
"Ryan" I'm going to kick your surfer boy ass, ha ha, no j/k. :) but I'll have you know I drove to school in (for me at the time) a very cool used car my parents got me at 16, a Ford Mustang II and even when we had a foot of snow I'd drive it to school, not walk. your 4 types of famous was awesome and i always feel like I have the same insight into types of peope but I dont' know, anyway liked reading it all.
DB and Nick some damn nice blogs starting up, I'll get you linked and give a better shout out when I get back to blogging next week. but I love reading about the colleg stuff and imagining what i could have done if there were blogs when i was in school and if i would have had the balls to make any moves with guys during college. good weekend to all.