Anonymous asked: I'm really happy that you're having a fantastic time living in New York (seriously, that's so great), but I kind of selfishly want you to move west so that I can ask you out sometime.
Here’s a little more of an update than me just saying “Brooklyn bound.” I‘ve now stepped into the life of every other twenty-something creative post-grad trying to make something of themselves in NYC. Welp! -Realized my flight attendant job alotted me absolutely no time to pursue my real career goals/why I really came to NYC. Plus, it was utterly draining, so I resigned....
I NEED A NEW PLACE TO LIVE STARTING MAY 1ST! Preferably Brooklyn. Let me know if you hear of anything!
I’ve never gone through so many changes in the course of less than a month, and I’ve never been so scared in my life nor so exhausted. I don’t know what I’m doing but I’m trying. Here’s to hoping things fall somewhat into place.
Anonymous asked: If I ever saw you in NYC, I'd probably run the other way. You're gorgeous. I know that I wouldn't be your type.
indiegrits: It’s the 2013 Indie Grits video! Love it. Live it. Share it. Columbi-yeah!
Anonymous asked: I don't expect a response, but I had a dream about you last night and it was wonderfully sweet. I know you've never really had a guy in your life and how you've felt about romance versus career, but I regret not asking you out. I think there was the potential for something.
Remember that time I knew exactly what I wanted to do? But then the real world proved to not be so welcoming? So I became a flight attendant and I just started working and I already hate it, like I knew I probably would? I mean being new sucks because of scheduling, and its a bitch to commute from my place, which is stupid because I moved to NJ to be closer. BUT NOPE. I do love overnights,...
Anonymous asked: I never got a chance to say it because we have mutual friends in different circles, but I liked you. It's weird, really. You seemed a bit standoffish every time we were around each other, but I knew you had an incredible personality. It made me incredibly happy for you that you found such an awesome opportunity, but with a twinge of sadness because you left. You truly are a great person,...
There was one of his lonelinesses coming, one of those times when he walked the...– F. Scott Fitzgerald
I saw my life branching out before me like the green fig tree in the story. From...– Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar
The other night after going to dinner with a few trainees, I was working on some photos and having a birthday drink by myself in the hotel lobby. I met this nice group of people who do house/building showings and such (or something like that) and one lady said she was going to tell her daughter she met the real life Snow White in Cleveland, because I/my style looked like her. I’m totally...
Weird to meet ya.
Where is home?
This is the strangest feeling. I currently can’t call anywhere home. I’m in Cleveland for a month. I havent been assigned a base yet, so I don’t know where I’ll be moving. And I no longer live in Columbia as I’ll only have a couple days there after ground training before I leave. This will be a long phase/period of adjustment. Everything is changing. ANYWAYS,...
Anonymous asked: First, you are strikingly beautiful. Second, do you believe in the phrase "shitty body, good lenses"?