Card Of The Month - “September Abstraction 2014”

Card Of The Month – “September Abstraction 2014″

This drawing, “September Abstraction 2014,” is the Card Of The Month (COTM) because I dreamed that it would be. I know weird but … look at it. It’s kind of dreamy :). I like this design a lot and always feel a sense of peace when I look at it. It also seems to be a mix of classic and new “abstract” art.

If you’d like, you can order some extra (or on their own if you aren’t a member of the COTM…

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The Story Behind The Photo: I Kept Breaking Rules In DC Establishments

The Story Behind The Photo: I Kept Breaking Rules In DC Establishments

This photo was taken August 19th, 2003 at the Spy Museum in Washington DC. I was SO afraid of communism! (not) Can’t you tell?! I was told by a staffer that if I didn’t quit taking pictures I would be asked to leave the museum.

This was the start of my taking pictures in various DC venues and getting in trouble for breaking the rules. On one trip, I was told in no uncertain terms by Capitol Hill…

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I survived the migraine and am now chatting with a dear friend who went to see her first drag show recently. Her retelling of the events is quite entertaining :) I have some of the most interesting friends … #friends #adventures #yay4magicmigrainepills High-res

I survived the migraine and am now chatting with a dear friend who went to see her first drag show recently. Her retelling of the events is quite entertaining :) I have some of the most interesting friends … #friends #adventures #yay4magicmigrainepills

Responding To The Charge Of Apostasy

Last week a religious activist went on a syndicated Christian radio talk-show and accused me of several acts against the church and God. Their response was a negative bias-driven summation of three posts: here, here, and here. The talk-show host agreed with him, and did not stop him when he charged me from afar to “repent of apostasy” and apologize for selling out and confusing the Body of Christ.

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