Awhile back Josh and I had the opportunity to sneak off to Hollywood for a few hours. We roamed the strip and just people watched. Little unknown fact about me: I have zero issues with looking like a tourist. I happen to love doing all those things people say "YOU JUST HAVE TO DO while you're in...(fill in the blank)" and I think it's pretty fun! So what did we do? We put our hands in the molds of celebrity handprints outside of the Chinese Theater (realizing I had the exact same size hands as Robert Downey Jr. depressed me), and naturally snapped pics of our favorite actor's signatures. Why? I don't know? Because that's just what you do when you're in Hollywood. We thought it was pretty cool watching people break dance and seeing all the celebrity lookalikes hit people up for pictures in exchange for tips. People are weird man. Whatever though.
I like visiting crazy places like Hollywood, but I couldn't help but think about how I'm very happy to live in the suburbs. Something good about the suburbs... Target is easily accessible, you can take leisurely bike rides, it's quieter at night... If you would have asked me 5 years ago where I wanted to live I would have probably told you some random hip city, but now that I'm older and have more on my plate, I'm happy to live the quieter suburb life. It's good. And cheaper. And less smelly. And less people. And more Target.