“When did you leave the church?”
I’ve never liked the question; it assumes too much….
Soul Anarchy runs deep in my blood. I love that I’ve descended from Mormon pioneers. They were so goddamn determined to live life on their own terms, that they packed their essentials into handcarts, and hauled them across the plains, into the Rocky Mountains….
She takes a sip of my refilled glass. Todd asks her again- “How do you want that cooked?” “One hundred ninety degrees”, she tersely replies. “You guys should have a thermometer back there”.
Now I understand who everyone is and what is best for them. Continue Reading
I realize that from a distance, it may be difficult to know what I value and know to be true. I’d like to clear that up right now: Freedom is more noble than safety. Polarity is a principle of life.… Continue Reading
Everyone knows that nylons and heels are part of my uniform, but the loose tie is every bit as important. It’s a nod to my days as a Mormon missionary and my heritage- the Mormon pioneers who left everything behind… Continue Reading
Like wine, hosiery can be one of life’s finer pleasures. A luxury, a sensual indulgence – sure, you don’t need it, but… you really should treat yourself. Here are five criteria I consider when I evaluate hosiery…. Fit… Feel … Look … cost … Longevity… Continue Reading
David Crosby died today. He had one hell of a run: he beat diabetes, liver failure, hepatitis, a couple of heart attacks, and made 81 laps around the sun.
He also made some beautiful music along the way. Continue Reading
… took a few hours to visit the Johnson Space Center. I’ve grown up fascinated with spaceflight. Some of my favorite toys as a child were models of the Mercury 9, Saturn 5, and Space Shuttle. I watched every Space Shuttle launch… Continue Reading
My first trip to NYC: two days of shooting new episodes of The Women of Yoli, two days of exploring the city. This city is full of ghosts… …immortalized in literature and art that has been created here, the imaginations… Continue Reading
…photos don’t do it any justice. Roads like that are like music – as music can only be experienced by moving through time, so too, are truly great roads – they only make sense when in motion. Continue Reading
People frequently ask certain questions about my experience as a man in nylons & heels. I received a message this week with some of those questions. I decided to make a blog post of my response and share it with… Continue Reading