weapons of mass distraction

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The daily distractions of a Twin Cities writer/photographer/web nerd/vegan/local music fan

Located: St Paul, Minnesota
Tags: vegan, local music, photography

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Slipping Into the Abyss on Feb 6, 2012 in UncategorizedTechnically it’s still the dead of winter (and feels like spring - 45° and sunny today?) but we’re getting all of our ducks in a row for the second half of the year. I’ve registered my son for summer camp and submitted his open enr...



The Inner Circle on Feb 2, 2012 in UncategorizedDeja vu? It’s Groundhog Day again! And poor little Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his burrow to see his shadow, thus predicting another six weeks of winter. This one has been so mild I don’t mind. Next year they should make Phil wear a tu...



Life’s Next Random Obstacle on Jan 23, 2012 in UncategorizedInstead of dwelling on frustrations of the day I’m trying to focus on things that inspire. How about five of them? Today I learned a documentary will be made about Joybubbles. Not long before I was born Esquire published an article revealing t...



The Thunder and the Roar on Jan 19, 2012 in UncategorizedAs a photographer I am a fan of Intellectual Property protections, to an extent, and understand the need and desire for them. I try to both share and safeguard my work using Creative Commons and am licensing some of my photos through Getty Images. Bu...



Let’s Work Some Mojo on Jan 11, 2012 in UncategorizedI have a long broody serious post in the works but I need a break from it. And from SERIOUS LIFE STUFF in general. So how about five awesomely fun things instead? Just yesterday I found out I’m a huge fan of Julianna Barwick. I’d seen he...



A Big Combination of Little Moments on Jan 7, 2012 in UncategorizedWe’re nearly a week into the new year and I don’t know where the time has gone. My son and I had a wonderful break. Lots of sleeping in. Taking walks. Maybe too much baking. Visiting the library and reading. All this relaxing was balanced...