I'm a 20-something living in Atlanta. Cuddlefist is a collection of things that I find, photograph, or write.
Okay, I had a sinking feeling that flying a quadcopter over the Forbidden City might be more black than grey, but my intentions were pure and artistic, so I figured that gave me some sort of leeway. At least, this is how I justified everything in my head beforehand. You’re starting to see how I make bad decisions.
Trey Ratcliff gets some amazing images everywhere he goes (I’m looking forward to seeing Burning Man through his eyes this year), and Beijing is no exception. Read the story of his subsequent run in with the cops on his blog, Stuck in Customs.
Pip met my friends’ five-year-old yesterday, who brought her many love offerings, including a coin (“so she can be rich!”) and a bottlecap (“she can eat out of it!”) and some carrot pieces (“doesn’t she just LOVE carrots?”). As I got ready for bed, I let Pip sit on me under the covers.
This is currently my favorite picture of her.
Holy crap! You look a lot like I did in high school! When I first saw your picture I was trying to figure out a) why there was a picture of me on tumblr and b) when it was taken…
This is you, from the past.
I went to the future and got a tumblr. :D
Oh, man. Have I got some things to warn you about then…
That guy you meet freshman year of college, he’s cute but his other three girlfriends think so too…
Awwwww okay, I’ll steer clear of him. Anything else? :3
Life is awesome, we’ll be 29 in two months. We never out grow our love of scary things. Work is stressful, but at the end of the day we love our job and our coworkers are the obnoxious brothers we (never) wanted. We’ve been married for one year and two weeks. He’s a great husband. Just remember he will never know you are interested until you throw that shoe at him. And those friends you met last year. The weird, fun, cooky bunch you’ve been hanging out with… Some of them will drift off or will have to go because deep down they were mean. However, and this is really important, the rest of them, they’re in it for the long haul. They’ll be your friends no matter what. Even when you act crazy that one (or millionth) time.
Wow, no kidding- what a close resemblance. :) (And what a nice reminder of how far we all come after 10 or 15 years. Remember all those silly things that seemed like life-or-death situations in high school that are funny now? And all the terrible things that just seemed normal at the time?)