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365, 6: day 187

Los Angeles I trained an intern this morning, and we took a gallery field trip this afternoon and got drinks after. Then I went to BHLDN where, fortunately, I found exactly what I needed for a wedding next month, and … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 109

Culver City My Whole 30 was basically scheduled around a dinner at my boss’ house tonight. It was fun to have wine and cheese again, and delightful company. (None of my photos are matching up recently with anything? Oh well.) … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 18

Los Angeles We went out a Halloween outing to see the Guillermo del Toro exhibit at LACMA with work today, which was a delight. The I went to book club, which was particularly fun, and I even got to pick … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 12

Beverly Hills These redundant images are hopefully reflective of the fact that I’m getting a little tired of this installation (although it’s looking beautiful). But I went home a ball of stress and decompressed with the World Series, the anticipation … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 10

Beverly Hills I woke up to rain, which made me nervous because my plans for the day involved driving a U-Haul full of valuable and breakable art and artifacts all over LA. Fortunately, by the time I got on the … Continue reading

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365, 5: day 354

Los Angeles We took advantage of the Packers bye-week to go downtown, to the Doug Aitken show at MOCA, which was fantastic. We had tacos at Guisados, I got a turmeric latte, we saw Nimus at the Disney Concert Hall, … Continue reading

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365, 5: day 322

Santa Monica My friend invited me to join a book club a month ago. I was slightly apprehensive, but I read the book (The Girls by Emma Cline – I had to resurrect an old Kindle because it would have … Continue reading

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