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[Gothic BC] Pictures of You

The gallery has crossed the 60,000 mark. There are now 60,120 photos in the gallery and more coming soon!

[ Reposted from my blog on Gothic BC #GothicBC ]

[Gothic BC] 49, going on dead: episode 23

The final episode: I manage to make a special ride for World Goth Day.

"New York Mulligan" - the dark sequel to "An American in Paris"

[not a musical]

After about a year in Paris, with Lise continuing to work at her perfume shop job and Jerry’s paintings not selling, Jerry convinces Lise to move to New York with him in the hopes that he will be more successful in the burgeoning New York art scene.

Four random nice things from today

Seems I have not one, but two, apple trees.

Dinner with friends wherein I learned something very helpful.

Getting checked out by a very attractive woman on a bicycle as I walked home from the grocery store.

How I Feel

Being left out, ignored, under- or un- valued, these are the worst things for me, And the more it happens the less I feel I have anything to offer. So I withdraw. And then people forget I am even here. And it spirals down.

[Gothic BC] 49, going on dead: episode 22

Triple feature: all three rides I managed to get out on during the rainy month of April. In the third I actually, finally, make it all the way out to UBC to, of all appropriately gothy things to do, attend a memorial.

[Gothic BC] 49, going on dead: episode 21

n this episode: Two rides and a new opening sequence featuring time-lapse video from my first ride. The first ride in this video is a pre-Valentine's Day baseline run where I decide for a moment that maybe it a race. In the second video I try out the newly paved Arbutus Greenway (which isn't very green yet) and ride up to the summit of the Arbutus Ridge. Voiced on the day before the 6-month mark of my separation, which one my cats remains upset about, but also beginning to recover. I'm not alone here.

You Get Used to Things

You get used to things. At work, four times a year, the logistics of changing out the show happen remarkably smoothly. Pretty much impossible to move things are shipped in and out and the whole space is transformed. Often walls are built and torn down, thousands of square feet of wall are repainted. Later today I'll be going down to a nightclub that will be transformed in a window of two hours.

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