The final third of the year is when things get cozy and cold, the wondrous juxtaposition of a Northeastern fall and winter. This year Mother Nature was making up for her horrid opening, extending the warmth dizzyingly into the very start of snow season. The plants won’t be grateful to her for this, but the rest of us are simply embracing it.
It’s still a sin to kill a mockingbird.
Birthday bedroom memories.
A spectacular Tour Stop in Seattle, WA began with something verdant, something delicious, something pretty, and something sublime. It was a highlight of the Tour thus far, and I got to fulfill a lifelong dream of seeing the orcas. There was some shopping as well, and a stop at Snowqualmie Falls. All in all, it was a grand bit of touring.
Everybody needs an ally now and then.
October 2015 – This was the year I went blue. True blue.
Madonna’s ‘Ghosttown’ – recently chosen by Rolling Stone as the best song of the year.
Let’s spark joy!
Quite possibly the best meal of the year. Thank you Suzie!
Not quite ready to fall.
A bloody moon.
I promised the twins a treasure hunt come the fall, and it arrived with a treasure map and more.
I received my first Troy Gua masterpiece, and it’s a beauty.
November means Something to Remember.
The not-so-dreaded F-word.
The best confessions ever.
The Tour Book continued to be posted online, but at this point a strange evolution occurred – both planned and spontaneous. After years of confusion, the smoke was starting to clear. The line between my real life and my artistic output was at last evident to me. Shh, don’t tell anyone just yet.
My wings are red, and they carry me above all.
I’m not a huge Adele fan, but I definitely dig this song.
I am well on my way to becoming a bear.
My virgin voyage.
December 2015 – The shortest days of the year, and the time when holiday spirits burn brightly to counteract all the darkness. Also a time for getting together with family, no matter how difficult that may be.
I started off with the holiday spirit high and strong, decorating the Boston condo for the first time in well over a decade.
One reason why I get naked here (and the photos to prove it).
This was Outrageous!
The ‘Animal Demons’ section of The Delusional Grandeur Tour Book was only three-fifths of the way done. Part IV found my protagonist wielding an axe, and exorcizing long-held bunny demons in extremely disturbing fashion in Part V. Even the aftermath was too hot for Instagram, FaceBook and Twitter.
Merry Freaking Christmas, everyone.
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