barring a few bouts of montezuma's revenge, i've managed to take the upper hand against the war on germs whilst living in el DF; yet the second i arrive in squeaky clean utah i get the sinus infection of the century. i am once again south of the border now, and i still cannot shake this beast. i flat-out lost my voice entirely at one point, which has never happened to me before, and i'm guessing that the productive hack session i've been starting every morning with for the past three weeks is a good indication that my body is still a hot-bed of germ activity. i apologize to good friends for flying below the radar whilst i was in zion. believe me, i was probably doing you a favor... it got ugly. but on a positive note, i think september just may be my favorite month in the beehive state, and i thoroughly enjoyed the start of autumn... warm days, crisp nights, vibrant colors, back to school, the smell in the air (it has a distinct smell to me... is that weird?), fall decor, layering with jackets, hats and scarves... makes me want to listen to smart indie music and watch wes anderson films.
foxworth thoroughly enjoyed his utah vacation...
hilly, i took these just for you (try to look past the bug guts on the windshield):
and we did this (thanks again julie).
and please tell me some of you have been in this situation: have you ever ran into one of the people you've peeped on online, whether it be via blog, facebook, or what-have-you? it's almost like seeing a celebrity in person... you know they exist outside the world wide web, but you can't believe you've just seen them in the flesh, so you maybe stare a little. and you almost want to go up and talk to them like you're old pals, but then you stop yourself cos you remember they have no idea who you are, and a restraining order might be hard to explain if you have any aspirations of running for a political office one day. not that i do, but i'm just saying. i mean, look at sarah palin.