October 31, 2008
October 30, 2008
October 29, 2008
October 28, 2008
As Fall approaches, the weather gets crisp and the stores are stocked with new coats and blazers, just waiting to be purchased.
Throughout the course of my day I find myself behind a number of people. Be it on the subway, the streets of NYC or in line at the grocery store, I seem to be constantly faced with my biggest pet peeve on a near daily basis: People who don’t remove the loose stitching on the back of new coats and blazers (as well as women’s skirts) that holds the vents closed for transport and sale. Like feared mattress tags, these can and should be removed before use by the consumer. I know it’s scary, but please, PLEASE for the good of all people who walk behind you, remove this thread and enjoy the freedom that comes with not having me blog about you behind your back.
October 27, 2008
I’m in my last 7 months of my 20s. The thought that nearly 3 decades of my life has passed is astounding to me.
What have I been doing all this time? I suppose those first 5 years were spent hanging around the house, getting the lay of the land and learning the basics of eating and sleeping. The next 13 or so were spent doing the school thing. The 4 after that were spent in college, majoring in something I haven’t used since.
That brings me to the past 8 years. I moved to NYC from Illinois, traveled to Europe, Aruba, Mexico, Los Angeles (4 times) , Chicago (15 times), New Mexico (2 times), Boston, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania.
Did I mention I tend to wander?
This blog is my story as I continue to wander and discover who I am as I cross over onto the next 3 decades of my life.
Thanks for keeping me company on the path.