While I was shopping around Brooklyn for my buddy’s gift, I found this.
I’m no expert so I’ll need someone to tell me if this figurine is anything close to historically accurate.
As you read this, I’m on a flight to Kenya. Crazy, right?
Instead of scrambling to schedule lots of blog posts, I ran last minute errands and…got a mani-pedi.
So sue me.
There are a few posts in the queue, but it will be a little quiet around here July 23 or so. Hopefully absence will make your heart grow fonder.
Next, a backhanded compliment is still a compliment.
As in “this is the best I’ve ever seen you look” and “you’ve lost a ton of weight” when said by a handsome, but socially awkward, man.
On the other hand, if my mother said either thing to me, I wouldn’t speak to her for a week.
Also, contrary to this article, fitness classes are not 50% easier the second time around.
I’m not the first person to say “no” to being a bridesmaid.
This $50 Banana Republic top has a bit of magic to it. I’m not surprised it’s mostly sold out in white.
Finally, Tinder is still hilarious and alarming. (NSFW)
What did you learn this weekend?
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My week was a figurative Tough Mudder and let’s just say I barely crawled off the course alive. I’ll just leave it at that, but man am I ready for the weekend to start. I have really big plans, too. Things like reading magazines on my roof deck, brunching and watching the Mexico World Cup game. Phew! I don’t know if I’ll survive!
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If I could take a vacation, I’d take the Game of Thrones vacation.
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In spite of my allergies, I was really, really excited.
But first Wendy warned me. “He’s shy so you have to ignore him till he gets interested!” When I arrived, Fitzroy didn’t scamper away and hide, which I took as a good sign.
On Friday, I made good on my promise to see Obvious Child. Adrienne joined me for a showing at Nitehawk Cinema, which I love. As Abby told me, this movie was SO great. I need to see it again. Continue reading
I’m back and I missed you!
I have posts coming on each of these things but first, here are a few links and pics.