A rare shot of an Alexis, captured in the Angeleno wilderness.

I’ve lived in California for nearly seven years, but feel like I haven’t lived a single day there. Los Angeles is where I’ve been living, and to me, that’s a very different place. Just a couple hours north took us here. To California.

She loves snow, and I love her, so up the mountain we went.

King Bud Lidas. Turning all he touches to beer, even beer itself.

My girlfriend, the comedian.

My girlfriend brought these flowers over for an Easter brunch we had at my apartment. I don’t have a vase, so we put them in my glass boot, which was a gift from my friends Anne and Andy. Typically it gets filled with beer, not flowers. When I saw it, It reminded me of how much I’ve slowed my drinking, and how much of a good thing that is.

We were really bored and just down right unenthusiastic about this. So boring.

My abilities don’t do her much justice. Never learned to make my lines perfect.

I’ve got some friends.

My friends are crafty.

My answer was forgotten, but I’m glad. My words just cripple my thoughts.

Alexis. She speaks fluent sailor and has a heart of gold. Today’s her birthday. It is a very good day.

Important ones.

Weekend Palette.

My 500th doodle.

Never the place, always the people.

Duncan the navigator. George the poet. Drew the holiday. Ashley the dancer. Alexis the Sun. Jacquelynne the Italifornian. Colby the certain. Christina the welcoming. Mike the noble.

Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want by The Smiths.

These are my friends. The kind that when asked to bring a chair to a party in my empty apartment, bring a couch. I was about as low as hell, for a long time, before I met these people. I’m so lucky, and I know that well.

And it’s so heavy.

But I’ll carry it.

Can’t take credit for the idea. It was the one fond of bacon.

Made this for my friend Alexis and her new home. She’s awfully nice and fond of bacon.

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea by Neutral Milk Hotel.

One of my all-time favorite songs. Yeah, I know its a cover.

Take Me Home Country Roads by Toots & The Maytals.

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