Wednesday, January 27, 2010

1 month ago

Since disappearing for a month, I have...

- tweeted more, including more pictures of myself and my life.
- got a new job and quit my current job. Quite painful to say goodbye to my colleagues and super awesome boss.
- had my heart broken.
- kissed a boy.
- went on a cruise.
- met a really nice guy.
- fell in love.
- had my fair share of cuddles.
- went on 3 dates! All of them were good but none of them I wanted follow up except one, which is still pending.
- attended a wedding.
- spent a whole morning lying on the beach soaking up the sun talking sex with Spanish girls with my new housemate.
- offered a 2 weeks job in San Fransisco in April.
- invited to a Summit in Chicago.


- spent more time with people who matter to me.
- spoken more to bloggers who hold a very special spot in my heart.
- received at least 10 comments, and 21 emails about me stopping blogging.
- been asked, "When are you coming back to blogging" by Dean and JC everytime they email.
- realised that Lee love me more than I realised! Such a big, loving daddy.
- met the mega energetic and adorable Brett and the walking, talking hilarious actor extraordinaire and (I can't believe I'm using this word) fabulous Jacob.
- watched 8 movies at the cinema.
- went to the gay capital of Australia (Oxford St)


In the last month, I am...

- still spending my life by myself, although that's partly my own fault.
- still not living up to my goals of reducing work hours! I have appointments from 8.30am - 9.30pm this Saturday and 11.00am - 7.30pm this Sunday.
- still pretty much dorky and sarcastic.
- still alive.. I think.

How about you?

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Keep Tyler in Your Thoughts

I remember the day my uncle collapsed of a heart attack. I was 14 and as my family rushed to the hospital, I remember seeing my unconscious uncle's limp body, and feeling absolutely helpless.

Today, Ryan updated us on Tyler from I'll Do Tricks For You's progress.

Tyler was involved in a car accident and has been put into an induced coma so that he can heal. Induced coma is sometimes necessary to reduce the swelling of the brain when the brain is injured. It's usually the last resort in an attempt to reduce brain swelling.

I think back to the time I felt helpless when my uncle was unconscious, and I believe this is exactly what Ryan is going through right now.

It is obviously a very, very difficult time for Ryan, Ty's brother, so I thought I'd encourage you all to drop a positive message at Ryan's blog - to both Ryan and Tyler. Ryan will read messages to Tyler to him, and although induced coma decrease the metabolic rate of the brain significantly, it does not shut down the brain, thus I believe Tyler will be listening.


If you're a religious or spiritual person, keep Tyler and his family in your prayers and thoughts.
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