Friday, October 26, 2012

Random Friday Roundup

Johnny in the kiss-and-cry with flowers from fans 
after his short program performance at Finlandia Trophy. 
Photo © Elena Vasileva / Elle-velle.



OK! So much to catch up on this week! Here's all the exciting stuff that's been happening in Johnny world whilst I was busy doing boring things interrupted by frequent bouts of cleaning up cat vomit.... #whatismylife

Friday, October 19, 2012

In the Spirit of the Day


It's Spirit Day. Wear purple. 
Say something nice to someone 
you wouldn't usually talk to. 
Stop attacking people 
for being different. 
#love



Friday, October 12, 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

The Real "Dude on Skates"

Johnny during his warmup 
before his short program at Finlandia. 
From this incredible gallery by photographer 
zhem_chug on Flickr. Don't miss it!



OK, things are pretty much still Disaster: The Boxed Set (literally. So many boxes. What IS all this crap?) at the Haus of Bink, so I don't have a lot of time to write any words of my own, so today I'm borrowing some from other awesome people whilst I dig through the same boxes for the thousandth time to try to find the glass thingy that goes in the microwave without which I am utterly helpless, and also ponder the Companion Mini-Volume—Greatest Hits: If It's Already in a Box and I Forgot to Label It and I Totally Don't Know What It Is and We've Already Lived a Week Without It, Can It Just Be Donated to Goodwill as Long as We're Sure It's Not Grandpa's Ashes...?

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Finlandia: The Phoenix

Johnny at his free skate practice this morning. 
Photo tweeted by @ESJW.



UPDATE: 
Congratulations, Johnny, 
on an amazing and powerful 
comeback to competition!! 

Friday, October 5, 2012

Poker Face 2.0: First Look!

Photo posted to Facebook by Absolute Skating: 
"'Finlandia Trophy flash': Long awaited! Johnny Weir 
in his gorgeous Lady Gaga program costume." 
From this morning's short program practice in Espoo.



Thursday, October 4, 2012

Dreaming in Darkness



A man must dream a long time 
in order to act with grandeur, 
and dreaming is nursed 
in darkness.
— Jean Genet