It only takes in that which makes it stronger.
Collegehumors’ new video is on point as always
Spotted on a parking meter in Studio City. I just can’t get away from the huntingtonlibrary.
I swear, the management of my last apartment is kind of incompetent—-nice, but incompetent.
Last week they “didn’t have a record” that I paid my last month’s rent, which I did. And then they weren’t sure what was the amount of my security deposit, which they still haven’t returned.
And now, I just got a 7AM wake-up call from an appliance delivery company telling me they’re going to deliver my new microwave today between 9 and 11. I’m like, ‘dude, I’m in California, you’re not delivering anything to me.’
So weird. Please just return my deposit to me. Please.
I wish you could smell the amazing perfume in the rose garden at the huntingtonlibrary. It was incredible.
Also, this is the most empty I have ever seen the Japanese garden. If you can swing a weekday, that’s a good way to go for a visit.
There are just so many beautiful spots at the huntingtonlibrary.
Even on a hot day, it was a lovely place to be. There was a pleasant warm breeze and everything.
Some of my favorite art from today’s visit to the huntingtonlibrary.
I love how, at this point in my life, I can recognize artworks at museums I have visited multiple times. It’s like going to see an old friend. And yet I always discover new pieces that I like too.
I particularly enjoyed the art today. I enjoyed it so much, I was overcome with a strange feeling of sadness that I could never own something so beautiful. Strange the way that art can punch you in the gut sometimes like that.
At the huntingtonlibrary today. It’s hot, but not as hot as it’s going to be next week, so I decided to get off the couch and have a day where I can get some art with my air conditioning and some A+ landscaping in the sun.
Prepare yourselves for the onslaught of pictures.