(83.) Pork belly bao. Yeah, they are that good. 

(82.) Outfit from Anthropologie.

Sexy librarians never go out of style. 

(81.) Team photo from Karsten’s 40th Birthday Olympics themed extravaganza. This is what happens when you have fiercely creative people, a Mexican party bus, aliens providing a day-glo green absinth cocktail, and temporary tattoo paper. 

Events included but not limited to: limerick based flask scavenger hunt, Honduran leapfrog, inside joked costumes, unintentional frightening of French tourists, trivia, disk golf, and unintentional inclusion of random strangers along the way.

End the 4 hour long excursion with beer and Indian food.

Sometimes I wonder if we have too much fun … Then I realize of course we do.

(80.)

<left.> Woman sitting alone over looking the water on a single bench off of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, Larkspur, California. Holding a bunch of balloons. Waiting. 

(Directly to the left of the shot is San Quentin State Prison.)

<right.> Buster from Arrested Development

(cue the mariachi band)

(79.) cream puffs from Pacific Puffs, Union Street, San Francisco. These are fresh baked daily with fresh local ingredients. See there is one that is missing? That one had coconut cream, so it had to die by my mouth. 

(78.) Colorful ceramics in the San Francisco Ferry Building. Brought to you by Health Ceramics.

(77.) Padron Peppers. I am obsessed. Flash fried and tossed with a little sea salt and served hot with a lemon wedge on the side. A summer delight in which I intend to indulge over and over again.

(76.) Some dog I met in the park. We were both in a rush. 

(75.) My friend Andrew is in this band. Their first show was last night at the Tempest in SoMa. Their next show is on August 21st at The Showdown in San Francisco.
Support local music. Go to this show. This band is awesome.

(75.) My friend Andrew is in this band. Their first show was last night at the Tempest in SoMa. Their next show is on August 21st at The Showdown in San Francisco.

Support local music. Go to this show. This band is awesome.

(74.) Outside Lands 2011, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California.

This lovely lady is a festival spirit to the core. She is rocking out and riding waves at the Phish show. She is blessing the winds. She wants you to only feel love and light, the way that she does in this moment. 

(73.) This is dear Sheena at Outside Lands 2011 making this giant wind chime chime. Oh, the lavender hair?? Yeah, that’s just Sheena. 

We waited for Big Boi for a long time and then gave up hope when he sent Dave Chappelle out to tell us that he couldn’t perform. 

Also, to the girl that was standing behind me: Erykah Badu is not a bitch, she is lovely and talented and it is not her fault she was late. It was Big Boi’s fault. He’s the bitch.

(72.) It’s funny because Ryan is a diabetic and he loves trains and this one would kill him. 

(71.) Random vineyard in Napa. It took 16 jumps to get this shot. 

(69.) An old fashioned doughnut maker. I love doughnuts. Having lived 2 blocks from a San Francisco doughnut institution, Bob’s, for several years, I know the pure joy of fresh made doughnut. Bob’s is open 24 hours and the they start making the next day’s doughnuts in the middle of the night. This is also the home of a giant doughnut. A hot fresh apple fritter at 4:15 in the morning … Heavenly.

(68.) This is my nephew Braydon. His mama, Kim is having another baby. At the baby shower, we had cute mini cupcakes.

This is Braydon enjoying his cupcake the only way that a 3 year old can: with unabashed delight.

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