Perfect oysters with a side of California sun.
There are so many serial killer shows out now like Hannibal and Bates Motel. I’m ecstatic.
Was curious about Tinder-ing overseas because it worked for scientists in Antarctica but how did I know it wouldn’t work for me.
It didn’t work.
I boarded a 15-hour flight expecting in-flight entertainment. There was none. Thank God Lisa sent me off with two sleeping pills, or else i would have impaled myself in the bathroom five hours in.
Finally home now, and it’s nice. Will gave me a tarot reading before I left that’s made me feel very inspired to get back into being creative. I brought my camera, so I’m going to try and shoot. I’M SO EXCITED FOR DELICIOUS FOOD. Can it be tomorrow already?!
I think my parents hate me because literally every single time I’ve called this month I’ve been like, “Dad, I’m poor, help me.”
Having children is so expensive I don’t know if I ever want them.
I’ve begun reading The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. Although Dawkins is first and foremost a biologist, his exploration in theology is within the realm of philosophy. However, this book isn’t as dense and foreboding as the rigorous philosophical texts I banged my head against during school.
I’ve only read a few chapters but already I can feel the wheels in my head turning…can already feel the rigorous logical scrutiny with which I was trained to read philosophical texts flaring up.
It’s a nice break from the oftentimes trivial things I do at work and all of the useless shit I force myself to harp on daily.
It’s nice to know that I am still curious, still passionate, still a lover of knowledge which is what “philosopher” means.