New York -> Vancouver -> Hong Kong -> Singapore. I am not looking forward to this flight...
I left my car at the NYC Impoundment Lot for six weeks. Surprisingly it wasn't the most depressing place I've ever been in-- in fact the whole experience was quite enjoyable. Except that my fee was $985. But I've got my POS car back so I can drive myself to the airport. And spend $15 a day to park it while I'm on tour. Total: $335. The good thing about moving to OH is the chance to save some money. New York is for the elite these days. Or those unlike myself, with straight jobs.
I am writing and taking photos with my mobile phone from New York City. Tonight, I leave for Singapore.
If I'm able to get a signal, I'll try to send photos and text regularly, so you can follow me along on my travels. Most of them will most likely be sent in moments of boredom, photos of airports and whatnot. It all depends on if my phone will work in these countries. Otherwise, expect photos from JFK Airport!
You can always tell which posts are sent from my phone-- sent whilst traveling; the auto-caps function will be engaged.*geek* If that matters to anyone... !
I haven't packed, not sure where to leave my bastard car, and I'm having second thoughts about the record I just finished.
I never leave the house these days, except to smoke and buy food. but when I do, I really fucking leave.
I also added a hammond b3, farfisa, and comped vocals for a song today-- that's a good day's work.
looking at apartments in ohio online. it's amazing, some of the biggest luxury apartments are still half of what we pay here in the east village.
I'm going to miss manhattan, I never get sick of it. I wouldn't conceive of saying this about anywhere, but new york is the greatest city in the world.
a decade ago, I would have despised the person I've become.
I could fall asleep, but there's so much work left to do tonight. when I wake up, whenever that is, it has to be done.
fearful, I turned on all the lights and waited for daylight.
made a phonecall in the morning but they were no help at all.