Sep '05 - Dec '05
do mos burgers come from this moss garden you speak of?
Yes, that's why they taste so good. Each burger has been meditated over by 10 zen monks!
Beautiful. I was at Ryoanji 3 weeks ago. Unfortunatley a bit too early for kouyou. I have a little potted momiji on my porch. Its leaves turned a nice red, but then the wind tore them from the branches. Beauty is fleeting, yeah?
It's interesting to wake up to this blog entry. Today of all days, change is in the air. Kouyou, a time to relax from the long, hot summer. Loved not seeing a beer in every picture; it would have reminded me of parking lot licorice incident #2 (minus the licorice, but still including too much red). You guys missed it. Cabernale was a hit--Google that!
Mono no aware, guiggster. One of my favorite Japanese sentiments.
Yes, I miss the microbrew too Steve. When I get back for winter break I will be going first to the local burrito joint, and then to the market to pick up some Rogue Santa's Private Reserve.
upon my arrival, i will be heading to my moms for a home-cooked meal and then to a bar for a cold lone star biru.
On second thought, I'll stop by your mom's place too....
i'll call ahead and have her bring out the shotguns to welcome you:)
haha, BLOG WAR!!!!!!!111
i am calling in the ewoks, the wookies, and the next neighbor to get my back. is that redundant?
'Tis ok, 'cause I'll swarm you with the Kyoto monkeys that are running around this time of the year.
fine, i'll have to break out the secret weapons- naan man, rub-a-dub guy, and punk folk song boss!
Ok, but I get Nikki! You can have Aiko. Since she cut her hair, it just isn't the same...
enchanting, but what are you going to do when i send the nepalese brothers and cousins your way?
haha, you said 'enchanting'!
It's almost as though we aren't in studio or anything-
or in the same room...
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