Saturday, October 22, 2011

Well Hello There!

Long time no talk, folks, sorry about that! My computer crashed, yet again, so I don't really have any way of getting my photos or commentary to you. I think I'm finally through with this computer and I'm researching new ones as we speak (or as I type, rather). So yea, that's what the delays all about.

Not having a computer isn't all that bad. I feel like I waste a lot less time...

Anyways, hope to be back in your graces soon!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

I'm Kind of Like These Rocks Right Now...

a little bit tipsy.

"balancing rocks is a lot like playing with legos: if it breaks, you can just rebuild it" -Me

Thursday, October 6, 2011

The Sky is Huge

Both taken at the Rockport Reservoir in Utah. Absolutely stunning. The first one was taken in the dead of night.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

"My Heart Belongs Here"

Went to Sickspits open mic last night (if you're in Davis, it's the first tuesday night of every month) for some refreshing words of wisdom and lyric prowess. I was planning on writing something new for, but my schedule got hectic and didn't have time. Well, now I'm a bit inspired and I'm working on a new piece titled the same as this post. This picture is a hint to what its about.

If you have the time, check out Sickspits for sure. Its hosted by a close friend of mine.

Lemon Verbena

Also known as Aloysia citrodora.

“Lemon verbena leaves are used to add a lemony flavor to fish and poultry dishes, vegetable marinades, salad dressings, jams, puddings, and beverages. It also is used to make herbal teas, or added to standard tea in place of actual lemon (as is common with Moroccan tea). It can also be used to make a sorbet. In addition, it has anti-Candida albicans activity”

A bunch of this stuff was harvest around the co-op property a few weeks ago and now it's all drying out around our houses. Smells great and makes for a delicious before bed tea.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011


Zunifer. Zunerella. Zunificustis. The ghost and spirit of DSC. You've got some stuff in yo fur.