Monday, September 05, 2011

Fleeing the Robots


We took the Sweet Lime out for the weekend. Mostly to escape Pinedorado, but also to visit diRosa up in Napa.

That place squoze my heart.

Made me see stars.

I stopped breathing.


If there is anything better than seeing that kind of art in that kind of place with the woman you love more than life itself, I don't know what it could be.

It was one of those made you feel like you could die happy, just for having been there.


I will die happy, for that is my aim.





Blogger LKD said...

"I will die happy, for that is my aim."

My brother wanted to die peacefully, without fear, without pain. I think that's how he died today.

I hope you don't mind all those time that I called you brother in his absence. He was a lot like you. You would've liked him.

Brother, I lost my brother today. I am bereft. But he died the way he wanted to die. And really, that's all any of us can ask for.

9:58 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

What a cool gallery -- I hadn't heard of diRosa and thank you for the heads-up.

I'm glad you're happy.

10:01 AM  
Blogger tearful dishwasher said...


I am so sorry. I'm sure I would have liked him.

What a loss for you.



10:21 AM  
Blogger tearful dishwasher said...


You're in LA, right? It's totally worth the drive. I didn't think much of Napa itself, but the diRosa was astounding and so much damn fun.



10:22 AM  
Anonymous Nathanial Hoodrich said...

Dig the art, big man.

8:39 PM  
Blogger Petit fleur said...

it's a good aim to have. I'd like to die happy also... and live happy as well.

I'm working on that second one first.

9:16 PM  
Blogger Mel said...

I need a museum day, real soon.
Thanks for sharing your adventures, discoveries and awesome photos with us.

5:18 AM  

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