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Matthew Allard is an author, creative copywriter, and Internet geek. Some of his stories were inspired by illustrations from Ian Dingman and made into a book called To Slow Down The Time. One of those has been adapted into a short film.

His latest project is called Pops and Clicks.

This is his blog.

Los Angeles, lately.

I don’t think I want to live here forever. I’ve said it’s not a forever place, that maybe there isn’t a forever place that exists for me, that probably there shouldn’t be. It’s an inspiration thing, even though another thing I don’t think is that it’s possible to use up all the inspiration in one place. There is always more inspiration, as if pulling a bucket from an infinity well; the thing is simply that there is inspiration in all places, and sometimes you want to drink from the wells in those places for a year or two or eight.

Except…

Right now, in January, I can’t help thinking of those wells as frozen, depressed, gray, shivering and not laughing. Right now, in January, I can’t help thinking there’s anywhere else to be besides underneath the sun when it hits this place and makes me smile.

(Source: instagram.com)

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  7. amcgeachy said: Just have to say I love love love this and your blog! <3
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    L A truthful needs to pick up there balls it’s so not like this the city in scummy the movies and pictures make it look...
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    Los Angeles.
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    Day’s like today, I hear you brother