Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Take that you Pretencious Bitch Or Karma comes around

So I was out and about the other night and this younger, very cute guy was standing next to me. I tried to talk to him, and he TOTALLY blew me off, and not in a very nice way either.

Ok, Whatever, I'm over it. Bitch.

So an hour later I go outside for some air, and there he is again.

Drunk off his ass....hitting on a homeless guy. A NASTY One at that. Full on, hands down his raggedy pants, trying to kiss a cracked out smelly homeless guy.


I walked over and said "Hey, are you ok?" "Go away," he spat at me "I'm with my new boyfriend."

All I know is I'm sure his little gucci shirt smelled bad in the morning.

sigh :)

Thursday, January 25, 2007

525,600 minutes

Happy Blog-aversary to ME!! YAY!

So if I was technology clever, I would have music and a slide show and elephants dancing before your very eyes (in tutus even) - but I'm not so just use your imagination. (I couldn't even figure out how hook up the new cable box to the TV, or use the new remote, thank God for techie roommates.)

People always ask "Why do you blog?". "Becuase I can." is the most common answer. But now, a year later, I'm going to let you in on a secret....

I started blogging so I could join in.

Way back in 2005 (wow) I was thinking, just had an idea mind you, that I would move away from Austin. I thought, maybe, just maybe San Francisco. Of course my main priority in moving would be "How would my social life be in a new city?" I Googled ( I love that this is a verb now!) something like "gay life in San Francisco" and low and behold...

Chad Fox popped up.

So I read Chad's blog, all of it, and thought "Wow, this guy is pretty funny."

Acutally I was laughing my ass off. Shu-shu still makes me giggle.

So I hopped around his blog roll and soon came across some other guys all commenting funny things on each others blogs and making fun of each other and I really really wanted to play too.

So I joined blogger, wrote a little ditty and here I am.

As Chad likes to say "Kel, you just jumped in a busted your way through."

I tend to do that you know.

So I blog, and I just read my years worth of blogging. A lot has happend, quite a bit. I've worked for two coporations, moved across the coutnry, made new friends, dropped friends and made more new friends; and, I've traveled more this year than I ever have in my life (thanks Case & Jason!!!)

I've grown some too; I realize that in re-reading my entries. In reading them, I realized where I was that day - both physically and in my head. It is nice to get a reflectoin of "Oh yeah, I was having a bad day that day." or "Haha, I forgot to elaborate on that." I hope if you read my enteries you get a laugh, or at least a giggle. Some enteries are meant to make you think, as well as reflect on your on being as I usually do when I write them. I will say now,I realize I leave a lot out and just assume you know what's going on in my head; other times I do embellish my stories - but I'm a writer from Texas, what more do you want?

And yes Pookie, there ARE alot of grammer and spelling mistakes, aren't there.

So thanks for tuning in. Becuase if you didn't read and comment, email or even just shake your head; this wouldn't be a blog, it would just be crap on a computer.

So back to blogging:

My frist conversation of the day:

"Oh my God! I just ran into so-and-so from Texas! I haven't seen him in so long!!"

"Really? Does he still have Gonnereah?"




Monday, January 22, 2007

Job Hunting

While on my job hunt through the internet I came across this today...I of course applied for it..


Duties include male model reviews, helping with casting decisions, data entry, assist with incoming calls and emails, setting appointments, interviewing potential models, etc.

Must be extremely organized, motivated, friendly, personable, reliable.

Please be absolutely comfortable with being around nudity. Please be absolutely comfortable with all aspects of male sexuality.

You don't have to be gay, but the company is.

Send brief self-description, references and contact information.

What's that saying...all good things come to those who wait?

ps... i saw this on Post Secret and it made me giggle and sink back down into the covers..

Saturday, January 20, 2007

did you ever..

have such bad morning breath that it woke you up? Whatever was I doing last night!

Friday, January 19, 2007

Damn you Grey's Anatomy

So, if you are a fan of Grey's Anatomy, you know that tonight was a very emotional episdoe. And, if you don't watch the show, then you should know that a very key character lost a close family member tonight. So if you are fan, and didn't see tonight's episode, then continue reading at your own risk....

Tonight on Grey's anatomy, George lost his father. His father lost a battle with cancer and died in a coma. It was a very well written episode,and I'm sure that everone that watched it had tears in their eyes.

I however, bawled my eyes out.

Seriously,I cried so hard I soaked my pillow.

On December 15th, 2005, my paternal Grandmother died. She sufferd a stroke, and was helicoptered to Seaton Hosiptal in Austin, Texas in hopes that a surgery might save her. I was the first family member to arrive at the hospital, I was baking Christams cookies when I got the phone call. When she finally arrived at Seaton, the surgeons told me and my Aunt that there was no hope, she was in a coma, and life support was keeping her body alive. We made the decision to take her off life support and was told she would "pass on" once the machines stopped keeping her alive.

It took 12 hours.

Twelve hours of holding her hand. Twelve hours of prayer, twelve hours of talking to her, singing Christmas caroles and hymns to her. Twelve hours of praying the rosary and bargining with God. Her spirit was gone, but when her body did finally die I was there. I was the most horrific thing I have ever witnessed, watching a loved one's body die. I hope none of you ever have to go through it.

Tonight, finally, after one year and 19 days, I finally mourned her loss.

My Grandmother was one of the most loving women God ever put on this Earth. She taught me how to cook, and food was how she expressed her love. She accepted me wholeheartedly for who I am, she only wanted me to ever be happy. She truly loved me for who I am. I loved her dearly and I wish she could know how much she taught me in life.

It's silly, that a television drama/comedy on a Thursday night made me finally open up and cry my heart out for her.

It's a lesson, appreciate those that you love, for you never know when they may may be gone.



Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Pardon me while I pull up out of this Funk.

Yesterday I slept until 4 o'clock. Yes, that's right, I didn't get up until 4pm. I didn't even get out of bed until 5pm! One of my roomates told me "You're so lucky, I want to spend all day in bed." You, dear reader, may feel the same way.

You know what, you really really don't want to.

For the past month (or two) I've been really down. I don't know if it's the weather (San Francisco has been unseasonably cold and I don't do well in the cold.) or the lack of having a real job (no offense to all you career waiters and resturaunt workers out there) where I have to get up and be accountable every day; or it could just be that after years of stress from work and family and relationships and moving across country I just needed a break.

I'm not sure, but for the past three weeks all I've done is sleep, work 4-6 hours at the resturaunt, hang out with friends, and go back to bed at like 5 am.

I know it sounds like the good life, but it really is a vicious cycle. I haven't talked to or seen hardly any of my friends becuase they are all on normal schedules. I haven't done hardly any laundry, nor have I done any real job hunting. Nor have I blogged, read blogs, written anything worthwhile, or acutally done anything.

That my friends, will put you even further down into a funk.

So today that all changes, it's 10:30 am. I am up. I have read blogs, I am writing this post. I have already done more today that I have done in 2 weeks. I will send out at least one resume today. I will clean at least one corner of my room. I may even go run an errand.

Best to start slow I think.


Tuesday, January 16, 2007


Found at Towleroad's Guide to the Tube

Thursday, January 11, 2007

over heard on the streets of san francisco

"Honey! You don't want to fuck with me. I'm like James Brown - I may not know Karate but I know Ka-razy!!!"

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Happy Birthday Dan & here's to knowing you all..

So tonight I celebrated another year in the life of my very very good friend Dan Nation who turned 41 today. We got drunk and sang kareoke with several of our good friends. It was a blast.

If you haven't seen it, go over to Dan's New Location on the web and check out his latest video cast, which is a touching montage of pictures of the past year, of which I am in several. In fact, we've spent so much time together its almost a year in review for me as well.

You know Dan, it's cheesy, it's sappy, and it made me cry. Thank you for putting that together. It made me realize how much fun I've had and how many friends and good people I've met in this past year. I am truly blessed.

Jeez-Louise - in your 1st comment in a long long long time, you really hit the nail on the head. I took a giant risk and step in moving to San Francisco, and no things haven't gone according to plan...but then, isn't that when things in life turn out to be the most interesting...when you get off the interstate and have to take the side roads.

I have to tell you all, i'm loving my life here. It HAS been a rough road, but looking back, I wouldn't have it any other way. I have some of the most incrediable people in my life; not just in San Francisco, but all over the world.

Michael, Dan, Nick, Jake, Chox, Waffles and JR - I wouldn't have made it through this transition without you. You are the best friends and the best group of guys anyone could ever hope for. I know sometimes it might seem that I take you for granted, but I don't. I love every moment that we spend together. I can't imagine not having you in my life.

Casey, Jason, Regina, Cyn & Cary - I miss you guys and gals so much. Thank you so much for still being my friends even though we are 1700 miles apart. Every time I hear from you it fills me with happiness to the point I want to burst. It's 100 times more intense when I actually get to see you. Forever you will have my love and friendship. I cannot tell you how much you mean to me, but then I think you each know it.

Jeez, Brenna, Alyssa, and RUTH (yes, you have been ratted out). You are more than friends and you are more that just family; you are a part of me in ways that I cannot decribe. I love you and am so lucky to have you on my bent and twisted family tree; we are all nuts on the same branch. I love you so much and promise to spend more time with you in 2007.

Doc, you are your family and just like family to me. I cannot tell you how much I miss you all. Come see me! Of course..if Mohammed won't come to the mountain as the saying goes...

Tony, Persian, Jimmy, Jeff....how can you even explain being friends with someone from across the country. All I know is you have made this crazy world much more interesting. I'm looking forward to many more good times.

Atari...you are a world unto yourself. I hope you more here immediatly. I want you in my life everyday. You make me glow when you're around.

Julie & Colin. I have no idea if you read this, but if you do, I want you to know I think about you all the time.

Daigle and Fallon...will you come home already?? I miss you so much.

To everyone else, thanks for tuning in. I know I haven't written much lately. I've been in a funk. A big one. It's hard to write when you feel like you have nothing to share. But then, I look back on this year and I realize how much we've all shared together.

Thank you all for sharing your lives with me. My cup overflows.

Much Love.