Happy new year to everyone.
It’s my goal for 2008 to blog regularly again — daily if at all possible.
So check back often. As always, I make no guaranties about quality. But quantity? Coming right up.
(Bklyn Blggng HQ)
Alas, the only time there isn’t a line at Shake Shack is when it’s closed. I think this is the first time they’re staying open through the winter, so hopefully the lines won’t be as bad as they are in warmer weather.
(Shake Shack, Madison Sq Park, Manhattan)
Nutter butters and coffee for breakfast? Why not? I got two hours of sleep because I had to be up at five for a flight at eight, so I need every gram of caffeine and sugar I can get.I’m bummed I’m missing the chance to see Colma again. If you’re in LA, go see it Wednesday, May 10 at the DGA. I guarantee you’ll get hooked on Rich Wong and H.P. Mendoza’s masterpiece the way I did.
It’s good to be heading home, but I miss LA already. Big thanks to everyone at VC for screening my films and for putting on a great festival.
(AA #114, LAX-EWR)
Just in case a person really can die from eating six year old hummus and tabouli mix, I just wanna blog three last things: 1) I love you all very much, 2) I’m sorry I wasn’t the best son/brother/friend/boyfriend/cat owner I could have been, and 3) I always planned on putting the money back where I found it, honest.