She adventures me so good.
Sometimes... there just aren't enough rocks. - F.G.
When you're walking through Dublin and hear two Canadians playing awesome music, you stop and say hello. Check out @mabaleka.music --
I sprinted up to both of these girls. They were frightened. Now we're friends.
We had the best day. Thank you so much to @guinness -- Top notch!!
They see that backpack. They be hating.
My buddy Drew took me to a European Football match for my birthday. Bohemian FC vs The Shamrock Rovers. Never been to one before... on our way into an incredibly old stadium called Dalymount Park - literally between houses on a residential street - a frightening man stood atop a police barricade and shouted: "Get the (expletive) out of here!!!" So I backed up... because... maybe I was going through the wrong entrance. There were police EVERYWHERE. The scary man shouted again: "Get the (expletive) out of here........... It's the ((expletive) Arrow!!!! What the (double expletive) are you doing here?!?!?!?!" The slightly less scary man then turned to a Police Officer who smiled (slightly) at this display and said: "You (expletive) know it!!! YOU KNOW IT!!!" So the non-scary man, now named Sean, and I snapped a pic. "If I make it inside I WILL see you, and we'll have a pint." And at halftime, there he was. He's a huge fan of Arrow. He didn't even know my first name... but his cousin Kirsten did and I sent her a video. Sean brought us to the "Lads" section of Bohemian FC and showed us a tremendous time. Then he brought us to the Back Page where we interrupted Kirsten's date to say hello. I love Ireland. Thanks Sean. And thanks Kirsten. Your hypothetical boyfriend handled things beautifully.
My new Iranian friend and I are waiting in line for food in Dublin. He is POSITIVE that I'm not me.
Another Derby in the books. Thank you first and foremost to Patricia Barnstable Brown for being the most gracious host. We couldn't be treated any better. Thanks to all my boys for another epic performance. This years MVP goes to Sweet Ross for actually purchasing Derby themed jewelry for the group. It was a little awkward, but that's the point. Thank you to J Crew for making sure I looked somewhat presentable next to my stunning Wife and our go to wing-person Curry. Last but not least, thanks to Officer Mike. 5 years and he hasn't had to use his firearm yet. Until next year.
Kicked off my first month without work since June of 2014 with a 12 mile hike, featuring my rock star wife. The Palm Springs tram summit to Idyllwild. What an awesome day!!
Concept art for new label. Settled.
Last day filming. Took a break in between shots to answer questions for my buddy Arlo's 3rd Grade Project on the moral quandaries that define each superheroes journey. My favorite query: Would you trade your bow and arrow for a jet pack? Feels like a Thursday.
Ever since we met in late 2011, my Wife has raved - no pun intended - about Coachella. I decided - in a semi joking way - that I was going to hate it for no reason whatsoever. And I'd poke fun at her when the set list was released and she'd get excited. Then I'd ask her not to contact me at all during the weekend, again, jokingly. And I DELIGHTED in the fact I knocked her up and she had to miss the festival for the first time in almost a decade. But then, in May of 2014, we fell in love with the desert... next thing you know we have a place there to relax during the Arrow season and host our friends and family. Then last year during Coachella, something felt different. She was at our house, with our friends, doing something she loves... without me. That's not how a marriage / friendship / partnership should work. If your Wife (or whatever) loves something, you should love it too. So I did something every spouse should learn to do: I admitted I was wrong and apologized in a very concise sentence with zero uses of the word "but", then asked to go. And we went. We did everything she wanted to do and I got to share an experience that brought us closer together because doing something your partner loves always helps you understand them better. What a weekend. Until next year. ☀️🌵🎸❤
Lovely weekend with @cassandrapants -- ☀️🎸❤
This guys caption wins.