The best part of yesterday was hanging out in the insect zoo at the Natural History Museum. I met a hissing cockroach who was one of the coolest bugs that I’ve ever had crawling on me. Bernadette had a giant grasshopper crawling all over her and it kept looking right at the camera, and making gnarly-grasshopper-expressions. Oh, and I also did a high-fashion pose next to Dan Flavin.
Yesterday the upper atmosphere unleashed a maelstrom of frozen precipitation. We all raced outside to frolic in the winter wonderland. This was only the second time Brenna had ever seen snow and she was still completely stoked and Bernadette and I posed out for a portrait.
Last night Bernadette and I were invited to witness a rehearsal by one of the greatest bands currently lurking on the outskirts of Washington DC. Set By Satellite are some of the coolest guys around and I was excited to get a rare glimpse into their creative process. They rocked a few of my old favorites and rehearsed some brand new material. Here’s the proof.