so here’s a weird fact. well, two weird facts. the first is that the shift key is broken on my keyboard, so i apologize for the seemingly blatant disregard for basic grammatical principles. it is not intended, i assure you. secondly, i’ve been married for 5 years as of last week. and i think that’s wild. mitch thought so, too, so we took a celebratory trip to visit this kid in new york and take a bold venture outside of our sheltered utah bubble.
the trip was a lot of things, all of which were pleasant and most of which were spiritually revolutionary. by that i just mean it gave my stagnant system a much needed jolt back into the pleasant realities that, believe it or not, do exist. contrary to popular belief, human beings are pretty neat, and the world has plenty of quality hearts willing to pour beauty into the cracks and crevices of life’s banal humdrum. and they do it willingly because they are passionate and because they couldn’t imagine life without it, and i think new york is kind of the hub of that goodness. and i dig it.
more to come.