First off, your suggestions and support about the bookstore I want to open were AMAZING and you seriously made me cry but in a good way. In the spirit of keeping you in the loop since this is now *our* bookstore (as apparently almost all of you also want to open a bookstore or at least live in one) I have to tell you that I started scouting locations and the one I just looked at is an abandoned, haunted, 100-year-old church where Victor and I once saw an amateur magic show back when it was a fancy gourmet hotdog restaurant. This is all true. It is haunted as fuck and IT HAS A BAR IN IT and stained glass everywhere and a stage for readings and I thought it was totally the place, even though the outside was overgrown and something had died in the wall and it needed a lot of work. Then we found out that the elevator doesn’t go to the mezzanine and it’s too small a space without it and accessibility is one thing we won’t blink on. So sadly, Holy Haunted Hot Dog Magic Church Bookstore is not meant to be, which was very disappointing especially since that name fucking sings and it would be a great place for me to haunt in the afterlife.
Seriously though…look at it.
So…the search continues next week. Let me know if you have any other suggestions for San Antonio locations and I’ll keep you posted.
And on an entirely different subject, it’s time for the Sunday wrap-up!
Shit I made in my shop (Named “EIGHT POUNDS OF UNCUT COCAINE” so that your credit card bill will be more interesting.):
- “Can I have a tiny Beyonce for my desk or to give to a friend who totally needs one?” Yes. Yes you can.
- I have some regrets today.
- Honestly he should probably just block my number on April Fool’s Day.
- Favorite thing of the week.
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