The debate made me feel panicky and furious. And so we registered I’m With Nasty.
We made Nasty Woman T-shirts,
and Nasty Hats,
50% of profits go to the Hillary for America campaign. We’re paying rush fees to get them to you as soon as we can. Let’s fight this man who thinks no one respects women… more than him.
America, I’m with Nasty.
You’re warm, you’re cozy, you need to stand up more slowly from your chair. You can’t really tell these have booze in them, so pace yourself.
• Good Earth Original Sweet and Spicy Tea
• Kraken Rum
• Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Almond Beverage
Brew a half-mug of tea, add a shot of rum, top off with Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Almond Beverage. It’s not an exact science but you can’t really go wrong here.
Here’s to the smell of dirt under the leaves you waited too long to rake, oversize cable-knit sweaters with sleeves you can pull your hands up inside, rain beads on the window.
This is my 20th cocktail toward my Life List goal to create 100 cocktails. A fifth of the way there baby.
“Employees and customers, wash your hands. Don’t be gross.” – Bathroom sign at The Mill
I used to fantasize about finding a subsidy to paint all the Oakland homes along the BART tracks. Look at what street-artist group German Crew did to the white houses pictured above.
Pretty Poison is “backyard-inspired” warehouse bar in Bali, with an empty pool for skateboarders.
Fall! It’s super-chunky knit blanket weather.
A pretty present for the friend you’ll want to have around when you’re an old person.
A giant moon balloon blew away and rolled through the streets of China.
This solar-powered graffiti is so pleasant.
I just remembered a thing I meant to mention. Before Oz was born, I bought a bunch of these tiny LED lights for a project, but we had a bunch left over.
Each one is a little bigger than a large vitamin, so I threw a handful in my labor bag. They ended up being so useful that a bunch of nurses asked what they were. Our hospital had clear plastic cups for water, so we put a few in each cup to act as lanterns, but you could just set them out too.
They were the perfect soft glow for checking the baby’s breathing, getting up to nurse without waking dad, using an unfamiliar bathroom without turning on the glaring hospital lights. Plus, they just made the room calmer.
Anyway, if you’re having a baby, consider packing a few. They were so nice.