The Cali’ Experience: Someone Just Got His CD's Out Of Storage


Moto: Juan Vs.The Tires

Current Events: 10 Years Ago Today RIP Jeremy Eckerman

Nine years ago today at 5:19am I was still awake after a night of drinking after the one year memorial party for our Friend Jeremy Eckerman, everyone else had passed out in anticipation of the day of drinking ahead of us because this day was the actual one year anniversary of his death and we planned on celebrating his life by doing what we knew him to do best, drink and be reckless.  I has some things on my mind that I wanted to capture so I sat down and wrote a letter to Jeremy.  Part of that is captured in the image above, with a little spit and polish from the original (after all I had been drinking all night when I wrote it).  I figured on the ten year anniversary of his death that now would be as good a time as any to share it.  RIP my friend, we're all so different from when you left us but in a good way.


Random: If I Have To Know This Exists So Do You

For some reason this suggestion keeps popping up in my "suggested pages" on the right in my Facebook feed.  It is literally, as described, a page that posts The Same Photo of Jeff Goldblum Every Day.  I am not sure if this is perpetuated by some sort of bot or if there is someone who literally does this literally every day...  If it is a person, then WHY?!? Maybe it is actually Jeff Goldblum himself?  Are there times where he/she is like SHIT!  I forgot to post the picture and then has to rush home? I don't know!  Now you can wonder about it too!


The Cali' Experience: 4th of July in Davis

These are just some shots that I took while we were downtown for the 4th of July kiddie parade.  Unbeknownst to us the  Davis Fourth of July Criterium was going on it was a pretty cool event to watch and Grace really enjoyed watching the riders go 'round and 'round!

She would shout GO GO GO!

The kiddie parade was very informal, you could decorate your strollers and wagons and then walk three blocks behind the fire engine to the Davis Central Park it doesn't seem like much but when you have kids this is exactly the right amount of effort and distance.