I know you mean well, dude, but, come on. "Reading Between the Texts" on old Hairpin (uh oh, sorry, guys), was better, funnier, etc. Maybe read it? Link to it? Remember days of yore?
carley, i am in love with this & you. less to snorting laughing at work/library. i'm somehow less afraid to return to chicago, knowing you are "based" in it. thaaanks!
is it wrong that i feel 1000x satisfied for being pretty sure these things were inevitably most of the book based on the title alone? i feel pretty satisfied.
extra so because when my soon to be ex boyfriend said he wanted to read this i basically argued it would be all of these things and he still went on to read and relate to it and now that we're broken up i can see i really dodged a bullet there.
yep. been feeling most of these as i try to submit to wearing something my mom will find upcoming cousin-wedding appropriate. Help.
i just cried a little
yeah, I am thankful for your being here (like Hairpin here? In my universe here?) every day, Jia. Isn't that strange and wonderful? Everything you bring into our little world together is great. Thank you, thank you. Glad you are here.
grindin on that wood, no?
i love this & relate. love exploring all the different terminals, the secretly excellent restaurants & drinks (this (this amazing fish place in atlantaaaa! root down in denver!) & peaceful corners.
for more than 7 hours though i'd say explore the city. i've had 12 hour layovers in Rome, Brussels, Dublin & Amsterdam & treasure my mini adventures there in old streets, parks, museums, bars, churches. I also had one in Paris (the 7 hour one), but got obscenely overwhelmed in the Louvre, had to sit for a while, got on the wrong train (B1 or B2, just really fucked it up) and they wouldn't let me on the plane. So. Don't do that. Maybe 8+ hours is the way to go. But go!
my god this is beautiful. and completely true/necessary, right this minute. thank you.
this makes me want to skype-craft with my far away friends. so good.