It has been too long…


I think it might be fear…

I know it has been a while since I have blogged, and well it has been a really stressful month, and a month of change. We are already halfway through the year and this year has escaped so fast. I have been spending more and more time in Los Angeles in hopes that SOCIAL CULTURE will keep growing and doing well… And that is what I am afraid of … what happens if we stop growing??

I am afraid that every choice I make might lead to failure, or how it will effect our company. 



But pretty much my life has been on the go.

Here are some of my thoughts so far… reflecting back on the first half of the year…

1. Relationships… 
Not everyone is meant for them, or ready for them at any given moment and that timing is everything.


2. Fashion…
Fashion has led me to meet amazing people and have amazing nights of runway shows, and fashion talk.
(Santiago, Myself, Dia: Editor at Splash Magazine, Martin,Nyjo, Dominque, Sandra: Editor at Hope of Women at the EXPOSED fashion shows at the TENTEN WILSHIRE rooftop)


3. Friendships…
Just because you have been friends with someone your whole life doesn’t mean that particular friendship was meant to last forever. Sadly, some friendships end, but new ones come into your life and are cultivated because as people we change. 
(martin and myself at Melanie’s Good Ol’ Fashioned Fun baby shower for Landon)


4. On Being Gay…
Being gay doesn’t define a person, but during gay pride people can come together and if you just meet the person, have worked with the person, or have known that person your whole life that there is something to relate to… Your sexuality… and at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter and in retrospect of gay pride, I realize… being gay doesn’t define myself, but it defines a lot of other people.
(Osito, Memo, Philip, Ceasar, Rene, Myself and Mocte and Long Beach Pride 2012)


5. Me…
I don’t know what is going to happen tomorrow, but I know what I want out of my life, and I think I know who I am, and am becoming as a person and for the first time in my life it seems very clear.
(Me, photographed by Alexandra Rose on her new Hasselblad) 

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