infinitely curious & painfully nostalgic.
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lightbulb moment on the quote
“One might not think of light as a matter of fact, but I do. And it is, as I said, as plain and open and direct an art as you will ever find.” –Dan Flavin
it’s times like now when id really like to tell you the story of the client who has made my week interesting as hell when I realize I probably should not have a tumblr
the first time in 40ish hours I momentarily forgot someone took a 10 blade and a cauterizer to my chest.
when clients start telling me what they think I should file in their cases.
channing tatum’s requests from last night. came in with a crew late night- nice guy
a pat o’s piano bar pianist is blogging napkin requests and I’m dying with desire to be in NOLA rightttttttttttttt nowwwwww
Spent yesterday being upset about 6 weeks of no CrossFit. Spent this morning realizing how painful it was to even get a suit jacket on…. So, one day at a time. (So much respect for people with such bigger issues than I’ve had)
how am i supposed to continue living after seeing this?
I needed this
So now it’s 1 week of NOTHING (“running can pull the stitches too”)
6 weeks of nothing that might make the chest scar worse…
No literally I’m going to have to get an anxiety med prescription to handle this.
you know in my big fat greek wedding where the aunt is like “HE DONT EAT NO MEAT? ok, I make lamb.”
this is the reaction I keep having when I tell crossfit people I can’t lift / work out for a week.
"well you can squat, right?" no lifting, stitches.
"well you could row, right?" again, stitches.
"strict pull ups? burpees?" people.
I think ive got the “wont affect chest stitches” list to: running, sit ups, box jumps, lunges, air squats
gonna be a long week