>Surrealist nonfiction, in vague terms

August 5, 2010 § 3 Comments

I used to work for a celebrity family, which felt like such a twist of fate. I never imagined myself working in a famous person’s home, eating out of the same refrigerator, and sitting down to lunch with him and his family. Even now, I find the situation hard to believe.

Once again, life is throwing me into exciting and strange experiences. A major change may happen soon and I want so badly to talk about it, but I need to be cautious and wait until the time is right. I look forward to writing all about my latest adventure soon.

Also on the horizon: Tomorrow afternoon, Joe and I are going to Fire Island to celebrate his 30th birthday, which took place this past Sunday, and which we weren’t able to adequately live up because we were busy clearing out the old apartment. This weekend is dedicated to lionizing my favorite Leo, Joseph.


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