There is no place like India

First of all, I'd like to point out that it's 5.12pm on Tuesday and I'm still in my pajamas.

Secondly, I would like to congratulate myself for nearly knocking everything off of my to do list today except giving all of my money to the US government in the name of 'taxes,' which, whatever, who doesn't procrastinate on that anyway? I even got to fit in a documentary screening about Black Hawk Down and doctors in east Africa after the Rwandan genocide (seriously WHAT is wrong with me?).

This is supposed to be a blog post about India and a photo show coming up here soon. Below are some photos of India and let me just tell you in case you're wondering this: there isn't anywhere like India. I call it the land of extremes. I could go on literally for DAYS about all of the amazing and near death experiences I've had there, but you should just come to the Harrison Center on May 4th so I can share the stories with you personally. Plus, I'm a lot better at story-telling in person than in writing. Remind me to tell you about the time me and Natalie spent an hour and a half looking for our hotel and ended up following some guy on a motorcycle named "Lucky" into a dark, rat infested, trash flanked alley and slept on a roof. Anyway, here are some of my photos from my recent trip to India from last fall. I hate that I had to put the watermark on them, but image thievery is apparently a thing nowadays. Enjoy and mark your calendar for May 4th.