October 21, 2014

DE JA VU.

There are a couple songs that transport me – particularly back to mexico. I’ve taken a couple solo trips and each can be market by a song. Albeit, they are silly tracks, but they always take me back. This one in particular reminds me of a night in Oaxaca. I met some Chilango’s one night and we spent the night listening to music and sipping chela’s. The Daft Punk album had just dropped and we kept it on repeat. I will always remember watching this one Chilango sitting in the chair adjacent to mine, transfixed with the lyrics, singing along in a zombie-trance. I will always be seduced by the memory when this comes on. 

October 20, 2014
if you’re in san francisco this weekend, come get your bike tuned and swooned! 

if you’re in san francisco this weekend, come get your bike tuned and swooned! 

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Filed under: san francisco bicycle 
October 20, 2014

Richmond, California. 

W A T C H  D I S – even if it’s not your style of music, put it on mute, but I am impressed with it’s aesthetic. Pretty contemporary, not cheesy, and NO CHICKS. Only that real shit rhyme.  

October 20, 2014

(Source: pizzzatime, via luckypeach)

October 16, 2014
When u pound a Matcha  boba and then get on the 38.

When u pound a Matcha boba and then get on the 38.

October 16, 2014

IN THE LIBRARY, FOCUSSING.

def probs have ADD.

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Filed under: library musica 
October 16, 2014
Lunchtime.

Lunchtime.

October 16, 2014
okazu-shokudo:

今夜は天然のハマチがイチオシ。お造り、ほうれん草の胡麻和え、なめことお豆腐のお味噌汁、あつあつ銀シャリです。

okazu-shokudo:

今夜は天然のハマチがイチオシ。お造り、ほうれん草の胡麻和え、なめことお豆腐のお味噌汁、あつあつ銀シャリです。

October 16, 2014

don’t be sad, I know you will. 

But don’t give up until,

True love will find you in the end.

This is a promise with a catch.

Only if you’re looking can it find you,

because true love is searching, too.

But how can it recognize you, unless you step out into the light. 

October 14, 2014
The video of grown men attempting to oust kids from a soccer field was a blow to my SF gut. Today, the San Francisco Bay Guardian announced it will cease its publication, and this is a blow to my SF soul. 

San Francisco has been resting on its reputation for some time now. It used to be a place that freaks came to be accepted, where people came to be themselves, and where we all realized that we’re all just freaks in the end. In the past ten years, one-by-one, elements that made this city what it was began to fall. I’ve never been apart of such change before, and this is the kind of change that is overbearing and hard to watch. It makes me sad and it strips me of my optimism. I am unsure if this is the time for me to leave, or if it is the perfect time to stay and work to hold onto the place that made me into the woman proudly interested politics, has never had a drivers license, loves to vote, buys only organic, and grew up singing “recycle, reduce, reuse and close the loop – you can close the loop.” 

I recently met a girl who was the music columnist for the SFBG, and was stoked to tell her that I still respect and rely on the Guardian for my political choices, and trust that is still has my OG Left wing back at heart. 
Sitting here trying to remind myself why SF is still so great, but I am reminded day in and day out that it may not be mine for much longer.

The video of grown men attempting to oust kids from a soccer field was a blow to my SF gut. Today, the San Francisco Bay Guardian announced it will cease its publication, and this is a blow to my SF soul. 

San Francisco has been resting on its reputation for some time now. It used to be a place that freaks came to be accepted, where people came to be themselves, and where we all realized that we’re all just freaks in the end. In the past ten years, one-by-one, elements that made this city what it was began to fall. I’ve never been apart of such change before, and this is the kind of change that is overbearing and hard to watch. It makes me sad and it strips me of my optimism. I am unsure if this is the time for me to leave, or if it is the perfect time to stay and work to hold onto the place that made me into the woman proudly interested politics, has never had a drivers license, loves to vote, buys only organic, and grew up singing “recycle, reduce, reuse and close the loop – you can close the loop.” 

I recently met a girl who was the music columnist for the SFBG, and was stoked to tell her that I still respect and rely on the Guardian for my political choices, and trust that is still has my OG Left wing back at heart. 

Sitting here trying to remind myself why SF is still so great, but I am reminded day in and day out that it may not be mine for much longer.

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