i feel the same way about clocks as the yip yip guys do >lovesuzy<

i think the clock is more of an alien than the alien.

raining again in brooklyn. returned on a bus last night again from a nearby east coast city.
my life has so many variables, but somehow they are becoming consistent.
i am eating spicy carrot chips though. i have never done that before! : ) a new night for me.

leah and i went to temple to talk to them about publishing the london study abroad book and they loved the idea. so, alex, and any other temple london readers, news about that to come soon!

we went to the organ donor awareness party on friday night in philly. it was very fun as always! jesse has this group of friends that i see each year there, and i am friends with all of them that night. its like we are annual friends. friends for one night, each year, year after year. ryan came and was delightful and nice as always. its fun to have a bf you can bring anywhere who will like anyone. here are some funny and also random! pictures from that night of me leah jesse, and of course, ms. philadelphia:





all of the group of annual friends went to bob and barbaras aftewards, and we met up with more people who are philly based that didnt get to come to the party. bob and barbaras! old school philly fun. we were all in black tie clothes, which made it so much better. i made a friend w a semi-homeless guy on the way there (per usual weirdness for my drinking), and he hung out w us all night.

on to baltimore the next day. ryan had an alumni weekend, and we went to lacrosse games and explored the college. it was fun. baltimore is nice! like a cross between philly and boston to me. we went to the american visionary art museum, which i liked a lot. i have pics from all this. you inspired me to take pictures alex!! so, i will post them here soon. p1010691p1010702p1010709p1010708p1010692p1010701

in the meantime, i left my laptop charger in another state in the trunk of a car, so, i may not get to write until i am in toronto this friday. but, i can actually blog from my mobile phone now, so if i get bored enough at a bar or coffeeshop, i will send a hello world out there ❤

and, for closures, here is a little new york times article i liked, that has this sentence in it: Lately, an apocalyptic bile has been collecting in the back of America’s throat. here ya go

About suzyloves

i am flowers on the side of the road. 'yes' and 'joy' are important to me. i may not re-read what i write, and i never won a spelling bee, but i do hope you enjoy. the world is getting larger, and i fear our 'human-ness' is growing smaller. this is my attempt to connect. i do love you and i do miss you, so this is my hand reaching out so we can all be love <3
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One Response to i feel the same way about clocks as the yip yip guys do >lovesuzy<

  1. Jason says:

    Transition Towns, yay. There is a lot of Human Ecology language in the Transition Town movement (I attended a meeting in Scotland last year doing thesis research and one of my classmates is writing a new book on food for TT in the UK. See ‘Think before consuming’ and ‘A turbine for the community’ for some notes.

    I think it’s a bit less apocalyptic in the UK; perhaps because they can more readily make some of the transitions because of size and geographic constraints.

    PS: What kind of appetisers are served at an organ donor party? Liver? Tripe?

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