September 9th was my girlfriend’s birthday so we took a little road trip down the I-5!
We both got a couple days off work, starting on Tuesday. We got up somewhat early and started our drive with the plan to make the earliest check-in time possible at our hotel.
Our drive down was literally straight forward, […]
It’s been a few days since my last post and I already feel like I’m lacking…
So what have I been up to since La Gioconda?
The next day Nikole’s brother came down to Santa Cruz for a little beach trip. While they took in the sun, we finished up moving everything out and cleaning […]
As you may know I work at a restaurant called Tramonti, a sort of hybrid pizzeria close to the beach in Santa Cruz. My restaurant is owned by Beppe and Luca – two native Italians who brought their food and talents over here with them. If you come into Tramonti pretty much any night you’ll […]
So far so good on the whole blogging thing.
Yesterday was a long day, just a hectic blur of lifting and food orders, you know. Though often these types of days can come with a sense of accomplishment. There can be genuine pride in tiredness after a long day.
It’s possible I romanticized my day a […]
A writer moves to L.A. to make it big.
That’s my log line. Not much draw there, not to mention its cliché nature. Still that log line will very shortly be my life.
I was born and raised in Santa Cruz, California, went to college in Long Beach for three years, then came back to […]
*** Just a small little note before you get started, I began writing this review while still traveling through Cambodia (I was in Phnom Penh at the Eighty8 Backpackers hostel to be precise) and made the finishing touches back Stateside. Anyways, just felt like that was important, journalistic integrity or something… ***
This film is […]
Someone’s found their way back home!
It has roughly been 7 MONTHS since my last post! Jeez. Not very professional of me, then again this site makes me no money… so there’s that.
I’ve been gone people. Since the end of January I have been making my way down Asia, adventuring, eating, using selfie sticks, […]
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