Below is a personal ditty I wrote about being on the receiving end of an amends. It was like… Opposite Day. I’ve written about this before with not much closure until this point. The article was published in the latest issue of The Fight Magazine. Luv, Me === MAKING AMENDS Amending my past behavior has
Photo by Paul Vallejo The White Party Tea Dance pretty much concluded my White Party weekend, because by the time that Sunday morning rolled around, my ass and face had completely collapsed. I was WRECKED! Lack of sleep, being sick and being exposed to the elements of the hot desert sun had taken its toll.
Having innocent fun under the sun at the pool party was one thing, but the real event and ultimate test to see how I handle my shit in a circuit party setting would be at the actual White Party which is the mother of all circuit parties. For the big WP, I gave you a
I went to Palm Springs for this year’s White Party weekend for the 25th Anniversary celebration. I interviewed actor, singer and TV producer Jai Rodriguez for the White Party issue of The Fight magazine and I wrote an article about my first White Party experience, back when I was a kid. SOOooo when the editor
Today one day has turned into SEVEN-years of continuous sobriety for yours truly. In celebration and reflection of the past seven years, I wrote an article about my first day clean and sober for the latest issue of The Fight Magazine. I’m feeling grateful. Luv, Me === DAY ONE I wanted to quit the drinking,
I pretty much danced the night away into the 2014 at #BOOM this past New Year’s Eve, which was actually a lot of fun considering it was a sober event thrown by the city for anyone who didn’t want to get trashed on NYE. DJ Alexander played nonstop hard and fast dance tunes which kept
What are we NOT doing this New Year’s Eve? Drinking and then driving. It’s a no brainier. The only thing worse than waking up on January 1st feeling dehydrated and hung over with a giant headache, is waking up hungover in a cell, or in a hospital. It’s sooo not the way to start a