After leaving Jodi‘s shady spot on the greenbelt I moved up the street and up into the treetops, to the home of fellow Wizards, lovely humans and artists: Callie and Eli. Both of them had just finished an intensive graduate program where they were looking at ways to intermingle social justice with design and business. Most of the time I was there, Eli was gone helping her mother sell off her worldly possessions in Vermont, so Callie and I were on our own with the furs. I was very happy to spend time together walking the back alleys and streets with the dogs, watching movies on rooftops, being introduced RuPaul’s Drag Race, making jalapeño infused fruit salad, drinking mass quantities of Topo Chico and meeting their talented friends. I am so inspired by these two, with their creative lives, encouraging ways and lovely bright spirits. And I love their sweet little weasels, Bodhi and Ahnu. Thanks for letting me in the wolf pack Bodhi. And thank you beautiful girls for all your love and support.
Some of Callie’s art in their sunlit place.
one of Callie’s paintings
A picnic and a film about architects on the roof of the Contemporary Austin with Cheyenne and Callie
Brian, his friend Rebecca, Koda and I went for a drive out to the country.
This lovely man was selling peaches.
Callie and I went to the Sahara Lounge where there was free African buffet and 2 bands: Kupira Marimba and Zoumountchi.
the weasels may or may not like dressing up.