Yesterday, I made 19 new friends. Don’t believe me? I counted. The goal was to meet 100 new people in one day. Quantifiably I failed miserably, but qualitatively I exceeded my expectations. Watch my videos that explain the inspiration for the project and view my 19 new friends.
Last night I got together with Mark, the third member of The Trio. He was in Los Angeles for a work conference about some super scientific jazz. Scott and I met Mark and some of his work friends for dinner at Katsuya in Downtown Los Angeles. He hasn’t changed a bit.
Adventure Paul discusses what it’s like to make new friends in his late twenties and the benefits of being an adult.
In loving memory of Steffon Montgomery. 12-1-1987 to 4-27-2012.
Happy 26th Birthday to my best friend Dylan.
I’d like to speak kind words about someone special to me who has passed on. My cousin Joanie Harris was like a Bubbi to me growing up and I will miss her greatly. Some of my fondest memories visiting Miami Beach as a child were with Joanie, her husband Joe, their children, and grandchildren. My condolences go out to all of my family.
A guest story by Adventure Jason who recently met the renowned American Civil War artist John Paul Strain.
Pictures from Samantha & Aaron’s wedding this past Sep 25th in Raleigh NC.
I met Lauren Berkowitz in Israel in Dec 2004–although I thought she was wonderful, like most people who went on the Birthright trip that I met, we unfortuately did not keep in touch. Recently she reconnected with me on Facebook. Lauren had thought about me while looking at pictures of us in Israel. She was printing old travel photos to put into frames and fill her house walls. Lauren’s sister, Carin, has Crohn’s disease–it’s been a lifelong battle. I can’t begin to paraphrase the description of her sister and family’s struggle with the illness, so instead I’d like to share a letter from Lauren’s blog.