Our friend, Stephen Syta, has published his first book called Lesbians In The Attic. The book is an outrageous autobiography about his mad life, crazy family, and perpetually insane friends. Strung around a holiday gathering, featuring several key players, this laugh-out-loud tale paints character vignettes that are wicked, fond and unforgettable.
Lesbians in the attic is currently available to Amazon Kindle readers, here.
Friend and blogger who you can follow on Twitter @LargeTony has returned to blogging after ending his (NSFW) third blog appropriately titled The Third Leg (for several reasons) about 18 months ago.
Tony loves double entendre so I’m sure you can piece together (get it) the not so subtle meaning of his latest blog, Speak Softly, and I’m also sure you will like his first post, Exhibit D (another title rife with innuendo).
Welcome back to blogging Tony. I’ve certainly missed your writing.
Work will bring me to Texas next week so I decided to use the opportunity to fly out later this week to visit a good friend who lives in Austin before I have to go to Dallas. Unfortunately, Sergio won’t be able to join me while I am visiting Laura and Brian, but I will be joining a former college roommate and friend who will also be in Austin visiting at the same time.
October 2009 – Austin, Texas
I’ve visited Austin, TX a handful of times since that first visit in October 2009 and always have fun. The tiny city has grown significantly in the seven years since I first visited but it retains a quirky charm that distinguishes itself from the rest of the state. The city’s obsession with large cows which are the University of Texas mascot is puzzling but they can make for fun pieces of public art. Whenever I visit Austin, I stay with my friends in a leafy neighborhood of Austin called Westlake that is really just a well situated suburb. I’m sure we will get out for a night or two but most of our time will be spent relaxing at my friend’s beautiful home; maybe poolside if it is warm enough.
Thank you to all of you who read my blog, comment and share the posts. This hobby has turned into a bit of an obsession over the past few years and I greatly appreciate the support you provide by leaving comments and sharing my posts via your social media sites.
This photo was taken about 10 years ago in Cabo Frio, Brazil. We will be celebrating the New Year once again with our friend “Junior” shown above with us, but this year we will be celebrating together in São Paulo. I hope you enjoy your New Year’s Eve no matter where you are or how you decide to celebrate.
Feliz Ano Novo
Justin is one badass unicorn
On Christmas Eve my buddy Justin posted this photo. It is unclear to me if he was feeling inspired by my Bear-Naked Chef post from earlier in the week and what – if anything – he is wearing under the apron. Regardless of what he has on (or doesn’t), I can assure you he is one badass unicorn.
Frenchie – BosGuy – Yankee in March 2016 – Charlotte, NC
One half of an amazing couple has arrived back in Boston today with the other flying back on Friday night. When our friends moved away from Boston a couple of years ago Sergio and I practically wept. Not only are they dear friends who we love, but they are a culinary super couple who hosted dinner parties that foodies only dare to dream about.
I have a special blind tasting prepared for their return on Saturday morning and I’m also looking forward to bringing Frenchie and The Yankee to Boston’s new Public Market which they’ve yet to visit. If you love stunning photography and food check out the blog in my blogroll or by selecting the link in this post.
Olivia is both a friend and an avid reader of this blog. Among her favorite posts are the weekly Furry Fridays that I share so I wanted to thank her for her friendship and take a moment to wish her a very happy birthday. The photo below I had been saving for a future Furry Friday, but I’m posting today in her honor.