Sunday, February 5, 2012

Greetings From LA!

I'm down south and it's just wonderful. Well, except for the yelling match I just got into with my ex in West Hollywood, but that's for a different day! How he's going to pick up his phone and bike from my motel room - I just don't know how this will turn out. Honestly, most of the time we are friends. Maybe I did just ditch him and hopped on a bus and he has no way to get ahold of me or his stuff, but really, nobody calls me 'a sideshow that they are just watching' because I got mad about some other stuff that I won't go into detail with. Whatever, he's from LA, he'll figure it out. I'm not a monster. Usually.
Though I can't help but feel like the earlier part of this day was a little over-dramatic, I did get to go to Pressed Juicery! I came down here to see my friend Jensen Rufe perform a show at TAIX, now time for Babycakes and Pressed Juicery. Two out of three items accomplished. Babycakes tomorrow? We'll see.

I'm saving the beet one, but I did have greens 3. I loved it. Raw, organic veggie juice - love, love, love!

I happen to be staying in Echo Park, right next to the PETA headquarters.


My friend Britney introduced me to this song about a week ago. Everyone loves it! I do too. I've been listening to it a lot on my trip, but just cause the video is kinda rad. Believe it or not, I've never had a breakup so bad, someone changes their number. Maybe?

3 comments:

  1. The gulf between the sixth of March and the eighth is nearly as large as the principles the Catholic Church was founded upon and the modern U.S. G.O.P. He'll be fine. When Alameda concrete runs into the bay there's bound to be friction, but at the end of the day, you're just friends. Don't worry, be happy. Every little thing, it's gonna be all in white.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I went to Pressed Juicery the other day in Brentwood, damn that area is fancy. I chose the Greens 3 as well because I thought I could benefit from an arsenal of nutrients, also, that's what Dr. Oz says to drink. Vegetarian food, according to my parents, consists of mostly carbs (ie pancakes, fries, macaroni, etc).

    Very tasty! However, when I listed the ingredients to my mom, this came up: "What's kale, is that fish?" Sometimes I think I'm the black sheep of the family.

    ReplyDelete