Sorry I’ve been absent as of late, but had to drop in to wish you a happy hump day!!
I’ll be back fo sho – fo sho next week with some fun new posts,
but for now I’ll leave you with these few, little gems.
Fabulous work bag. Mary-Poppins in size, NYC power girl in look.
I found the article so interesting and could see myself being that 20 year old throwing down ultimatums.
So interested to hear your thoughts…
Who wants to eat with me here this weekend? AND what took someone so long to do this?!
I love her and loved reading this article. Girl power!
That is all.
so intriguing, love erdem
maybe the morning after thanksgiving? num
looking up dance songs to request for a friends
what would you have thought to be #1?
Plans for the weekend?
A kiss from me to you on this
lovely Wednesday morning.
Maybe I’ll go get a Master’s Degree
so I know he’ll let me splurge on dessert.
“Of all the major cities surveyed, New York is
the only one to value Brown-eyed girls the most.”
I think we all know green is the best and these men are obviously delusional. OH, and I’ll take that $255.75 date now, or just buy me a cookie and we’ll call it a day. If you really want to splurge, I’ll take a coffee too.
Thoughts? Favorite eye color on guys?
|i want a dog…and will dress him just like this!
(i think he would fit well in this film)
|Mark Forgione – I’ll be back for dinner here soon – so delicious!
played (and lost- womp) this game
planning to rent this next weekend
hit up a few shops in TriBeCa: 1, 2, 3
What were you up to this weekend?
dog, dress well, leather, amazing, lights, flats, booties, dress, earrings, width, quote, shoes, mark forgione
Big plans for the weekend?
A little song for you…
Find another one of our
*I would if I could. Sadly no room for a furry friend at the moment.
Sigh, hopefully one day soon. They are taking donations.
|i miss my closet
|i miss my bed
|here i come!
I am so happy to be going back to my apartment.
I’ve enjoyed my time in the UES, but it’s a different vibe. Each neighborhood is truly a different little town, has it’s own personality and people tend to take pride in where they choose to live. Even out last night, my roommates and I spoke with a young man with a backpack strapped on and his first words, ‘I have a backpack on because I don’t live here. I’m from the Village.’ Our response in unison, ‘we live in TriBeCa!!’ We then began to discuss how we felt a little out of place. Sigh, someone who understands…
What can I say? **I’m a downtown girl at heart although I will miss waking up to this.
**ps- I want to say thank you to all my UES friends for putting up with my downtown lovin’ this week. I’m headed home so you don’t have to hear it anymore. You just have to come visit.