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my job drives me crazy in so many ways and i haven’t had a decent night’s sleep in weeks. i apologize to the one or two people out there in tumblr-land who were actually wondering what happened to me!

on the bright side, i get to see every little bit of new york city. strange how i’ve lived here for so long and was only vaguely aware that most of these places existed until now. i’ve also met interesting people from 6 different continents and probably 100 different countries in the past two months. and sometimes i’m even able to advocate for them successfully and get them the help they need! i think that counts as having a purpose in life!

now that things are slightly less erratic i will try not to drop off the face of the earth so much. D:

midcenturymodernfreak:

A lot of people seem to like retro kitschy homes, so here’s another beauty from the songwriter who penned hits like “September,” “Boogie Wonderland,” “Neutron Dance,” Theme from “Friends,” and many more!

Grammy & Emmy-winning Songwriter Allee Willis’s 1937 Streamline Moderne Stucco Home | Architect: William Kesling | Los Angeles, CA

Architects Richard Neutra & Rudolph Schindler had contempt for William Kesling’s less-than-rigorous adherence to Bauhaus principles.

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