Monday, April 28, 2008

No time.

Hi. Been quite busy at work. Quite busy after work. I do have to shout out a HAPPY BIRTHDAY to BECCA, cause she's awesome. We're celebrating tomorrow night at TRAINWRECK, come for fun. Spent tonight with a delightful episode of the Casey&Mom Show...really a great one, as M. Tracht was pretty much there since its inception. Also did some writing. Have been reveling in it. It's been a while. Feeling productive. Decided to post that rant...but will save for tomorrow, as I should probably edit out much (but probably not all) of the expletives. I got crass. The fianz and I videochatted tonight, but I won't burden you with the many snapshots I took. I love seeing him laugh :)

Quote of the day via The Age of Innocence (I'm such a sucker for period books):

"Do you know -- I hardly remembered you?"
"Hardly remembered me?"
"I mean: how shall I explain? I -- it's always so. Each time you happen to me all over again."
"Oh, yes: I know! I know!"
"Does it -- do I too: to you?"

9 comments:

  1. That line is nice....

    You writing a lot huh? Like whhhhhat? Hmmmm?

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  2. Sean - you might see it someday. Actually, I'm pretty sure you will. :)

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  3. Oh, geez. Now i'm totally 'cited! hahaha. oh, the internet.

    Pre-game hangs tonight?

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  4. you look so pretty in this picture!

    i take that you didn't find your dress yet? don't you worry... it takes a ton of time they say!

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  5. I did an enormous literary paper on The Age of Innocence in high school. Man, flashbacks.

    Anyway, I think I need to spend some time at a place called Trainwreck. Seriously.

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  6. love that you love classic literature. it is sort of my obsession. they always have such epic romances. sigh. like, said before, mr. darcy. i havent read the age of innocence yet, but perhaps i should take it up this summer with a beautiful scene such as that. i need to dream. haha.

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  7. nicole antoinette - come to nyc on a tuesday and we'll trainwreck it up ;)

    lindsay - i love classic literature. i love most literature. except for male coming-of-age stories, because...uh, it's boring. boys are easy. (haha jk) anyways, it's kind of a downer book! just warning you!! it's about crap marriage and unrequited love and life having to be that way because of social rules. but, beautifully written.

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  8. ah, well, unrequited love is my life. so i suppose i can relate better to that than the coming-of-age boy stories. so ill take it! ;D

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