It's been a long time since I sat down to write here. A lot has happened, too. I had my 5 year college reunion at the end of May, and surely
something worth mentioning happened in June, although it became the first month since I made this site that didn't see even a single post.
So I've been down, with regards to the site, but I'm not out. Not as long as life continues to greet me with awesome things like this:
That's the toilet paper roll at The Standard
in Downtown Los Angeles, from the desk of which I am currently writing this post. Actually, I don't know if it's from this particular hotel or one of their other ones, because I had to find it here
via Google image search; my camera has committed Seppuku since the last time I used it, perhaps to avoid the dishonor of snapping this very picture (the first I tried to take upon arrival). Regardless, I was careful in removing that sticker, and I'm keeping it.
Right, Los Angeles. So far it's pretty cool, even without the pooping sticker. We went to The Getty Center
, and have had some amazing sushi
. We even got to check out a show at El Rey
The Getty Center was the only time I've been madder about the camera since it broke than I was when I saw the toilet paper -- it's transcendently beautiful. In New York I've felt the few times I've been to the Guggenheim that the architecture of the building remains the main attraction, overshadowing whatever collections reside within. Well, add to The Getty's amazing architecture a panoramic view of Los Angeles (and its smog) from a hilltop, some remarkable gardens and fountains, and a cloudless sunny sky, and you might understand why we didn't see much of the artwork housed inside the buildings. I didn't want to leave.