Category Archives for New York City
‘Sup party people? We’ve made it through another week — and what a week it was! Surprise visitors. Dinner parties. Champagne toasts. Old friends. New plants. Real Talk. Getting even. Living room dance parties. Good intentions. A few poor decisions… … Continue reading
It’s here. Brace yourself. Also… Jimmy: ”I found roommates on Craigslist! And they aren’t murderers!” Me: ”That’s great! How do you know?” Jimmy: ”Well, I don’t really.” I promise to take good care of your harvested organs, Jimbo.
A few weeks ago, my most adorable friend Stacy came to me with big news. Big, SECRET news that no one else yet knew about. Well, the secret is out and now I can FINALLY fill you all in: SHE … Continue reading
“We’re all just walking each other home.” – Ram Dass [And sometimes those walks home include buffalo chicken pizza eaten on the floor of the filthy disgusting subway station. YOLO.]
You know what’s Les Mis? This. And this. It’s a shame that nudity is frowned upon in the workplace.
GUYS. I have been keeping the biggest secret from you EVER. But, as of this evening, the cat is officially out of the bag. I can finally share the good news with all of y’all. Drum roll, please… FRANK … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s your lucky day. Jimmy is back and he’s better than ever. I’m going to let him do something a little different on here today. I really hope this doesn’t end poorly. (And, if it does, I … Continue reading
This weekend, we had veeeeesitors! Our best friends from home came up from DC to visit for the weekend. FLASH BACK! (I think that this was the very first day of senior year in 2005. How in God’s name was … Continue reading
“She wasn’t where she had been. She wasn’t where she was going. But she was on her way.” All with a little help from her friends.
I just edited this post on my phone while waiting to take off for Beijing. Gold star for me! Hi friends. Here’s a funny Jesus joke to get us started! I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend and had a relaxing … Continue reading