sitting in vancouver airport. 14 hours down. a series of heavy questioning and googling of my name at US customs. ella and ben are asleep. jims squinting in the sun.
fuck flying. it’s still 5am in sydney, and we’ve got a full day ahead when we land in seattle.
i just go to a lab. its not worth my time developing it by myself. the startup costs and required space is just not an option.
That sweater was a James Lowe original, he designed and got the patch made.
for those asking on ig..
it’s true, i do
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my phone crashed, and all i had to do was factory reset it..
i don’t really know anyone who lives on their own.. something decent solo in the city is just a joke. get flatmates.
some days i do, most days i don’t
it’s easy to have that ‘just another day’ mentality. for the most part, that’s me- and generally that attitude results in a ‘just another day’ kind of day. i’ve had a range of birthdays, i’m not really into parties that much. that said, the best birthday i’ve had to date was overseas with a bunch of new friends who organised a few drinks on the roof of a bar. over 20 something people came, that’s probably more than the number of kids who’d come here in nz (not including the ones who’ll come out of obligation, not because they want to).
the day is what you make it. obviously there’s a lot you can’t control. this year i rolled around auckland with ella eating korean, sitting at the wharf and little stuff like that. it was lovely.