Okay, so…

I will be the first person to admit that when I read all the Buzzfeed lists and numerous other stories about crying in Fault in our Stars I didn’t really fall for it. I mean, yes, I figured there would be tears (I cry at practically any/everything).

oh boy.

I attended the 7:20 showing at a Loew’s AMC on 19th and Broadway. A few co-workers and I sauntered over after a Tuesday in the office and hunkered down together in the theatre. Since I have had a recent fascination with Shailene Woodley (seriously, I watched the Spectacular Now every night last week) I was immediately enthralled into the storyline. As the movie progressed and got further to the twist and turns of teen romance, I found myself wanting to audibly break down and sob. I willed myself to refrain – but it was not easy. I only wish I had taken a before pic/video:

Go and see it and just Let it ALL out (and not on the uptown 6 train like I did)


Today I….

-Finished watching the entire second season of OITNB. What did you think of it? I am not sure. I will have to get more into my feelings on the show at a later date.
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-Read the Fault in our Stars in prep for a Tuesday movie date to see it.
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-Loved the sunset
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it’s friday i’m in love…with the roof at work

One thing I love about summer at my job is taking little breaks to go up to the 15th floor roof deck patio and R.E.L.A.X. On the roof - June 6, 2014

With love,

Me and my new frecks

P.S. on my sprint from work to the train to get home to binge OITNB, I spotted this strange sight on my walk home: Pig hooves on a friday - June 6, 2014


You guys – I had my first in the wild celeb sighting. SOSHANNA FROM GIRLS. I was walking across the street coming back from visiting the Tom’s of Maine Goodness Wall when I saw the petite, pixie cut starlit standing outside 200 5th talking to a friend. I immediately stopped everything I was doing (including walking across the street) to have a full blown (not really) panic attack. Anyways, I ran past her (what, I was nervous!) and then creeped from the comfort of my building lobby as she said “bye!” to her friend and proceeded to walk (stars, they’re just like us!) down into NQR Downtown Subway station. It twas glorious.

Here is my ultra creepy – lame attempt at a paparazzi photo I snapped:

I am wearing a sock bun tomorrow to celebrate this day,