In the sun,
In the tiniest bikini I own,
Where I belong <3
You and I need to take a vacation! I hear it’s rollercoaster season!! And if you’re lookin for tiny bikinis.. well…… There’s a site I go through sometimes for the Bikini contests at my foam parties I throw.. I’ll getcha one from The-Bikini.com and we’ll do some beach shots!
Have you ever wondered about my philosophy in life? I wondered about this guys… luckily I caught a video of him… this was circa 1999 in Cincinnati Ohio… I don’t miss that part of the country….
Well… today’s the day… I’ll be seeing Steve Haworth today to get my subdermal implants done in my forearms. It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. A set a fully custom designed one of a kind silicone implants! I suppose I’ll be updating here and facebook to let you guys know how it’s going/went.
Xatia and myself in our matching disco outfits we wore to tight and bright night on holy ship. Such an amazing time. Can’t wait for next year’s adventure already!
My good buddy FlapJack one of the greatest ravers ever wearing my back to the future hat at six flags.
Drug Emporium was the name of a discount drug store corporation, founded in 1977 in Columbus, Ohio which at its height had over 300 stores across the United States. Upon being sold to Snyder Drug in 2001 it was forced into bankruptcy, and stores were either sold to other companies or closed outright. (The one nearest me turned into a Long’s Drug for a year before it too closed.) There are still 18 drugstores using the name but the mother company is gone.
I grew up in Cincinnati so Drug Emporium was all over. Many of my friends had their first jobs there.
I was at my buddy Encina’s place getting my gear ready to do a shoot for my MessyHot project while she was doing hair/makeup. Her kitty took a liking to me and INSISTED on helping me get ready. And by that I mean he hopped on my lap and refused to let me do anything but pet him. So I grabbed my handy x-E1 and snapped a few shots of him, coming away with these amazing photos.
Just a brief reminder that I had the best license plate of all time for a while. Until the DMV got wise an made me get a new one.
This is a message to every single one of you who creates art in some form or another:
Please don’t stop.
I know that whatever it is you create, it’s likely at some point someone has told you it was a waste of time, or that you are no good at it. It may even be someone close to you, someone who’s opinion you value. It might get you down and feel like you should quit. I want to tell you that they are wrong.
I’ve been making noise and calling it music for the majority of my life now and I can say that their opinion simply does not matter.
Creating art, whether it is making music, painting, writing code, making films, whatever it is YOU create is meaningful. It doesn’t matter if a single other person in the world loves it or even sees it. So write that poem, or draw on your napkin, or sing a song, whatever it is that allows you to express yourself! And when someone says to you “You are wasting your time”, “You suck”, “Just give up” you just go ahead remember that you didn’t make it for them, you made it for YOU!
I knew there were a myriad of reasons to respect Ian. This little post is one more.