Movement brings clarity.
That time someone dumped a burned out car on my street while I was getting groceries.
I’ve spent a lot of time over the last two years or so trying to decide what my masculinity feels like, what it is. Marc Maron’s is one I appreciate and can wear like a costume, but it isn’t mine.
This is in no way a criticism of it, but an observation. One that I find more and more interesting as he gets older (well, and as I do too) and it both softens in some ways and sharpens in others.
He’s still my favorite comedian. I still hear his voice in my head sometimes when I’m about to go off on a rant about something (sometimes asking me if that’s really what I want to do and other times giving me a “Yeah! Get ’em!”). But I’m just not destined to be Marc Maron when I grow up.
And that’s okay.
The Star Trek Exhibit at MOPOP in Seattle is kickin’ rad, folks.
Also, there’s a chance I kinda like Star Trek a little.
Stating the obvious in text messages.
Sometimes at work, I get to work in a secluded building back behind the children’s hospital and it is glorious.
My last gift from my mother was a Wonder Woman apron. Sometimes my life feels like it’s being created by a hack group of sitcom writers.
We can all contribute. We can all help. Mostly by listening.