Lesbian Dad

Camp It Up!

Year-old tie-dye hanging out to dry, Berkeley, CA. As it turns out, tie-dye shirts which have yet to be “set” and rinsed can indeed sit in a crumpled ball for a year, intimidating and then later forgotten, and be resurrected the weekend before departing for the family camp whence they came the

10 x 10, inch by inch

Voices of the Year/ 10×10 audience at BlogHer ’14, San José, CA.    Don’t they/ you look fine? The woman toward the right with the nice DSLR pointed at me is Danielle Tsi, BlogHer’s event photographer (and a brilliant one).  I’d worked with her at about a half a dozen BlogHer events,

Deli scene/ ode to Elan and Aidan

David’s Delicatessen, Geary Street, San Francisco. This is a test. If this were a real blog post, it would have appeared loooooooooong ago. Slowly trying to blow the gunk out of the engine, here with an image of my favorite old companion (20 years together means we get to say

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