New York call me Anna Farris? I don’t see it…
lovely big sissy because I have been doing so many fun things in New York and
just had to brag about them!
neighborhood, work/live with some of the coolest people, have four days a week to
explore the city, but enough already stop asking!
games though. There’s the whole stinky people on the subway thing and the whole
long distance relationship thing.
boas, and yes, I only like him because he goes along with my silly ideas like
denim stacks imitating the cover of the awkward family photos book.
dated in high school, he gave me the boot when he went to college a year
earlier than me, and we got back together this year. Round 2 has been about 7
months and they have been perfect. 🙂
Lexington, and then he leaves for Ecuador for a month and then Spain for 10 months
for these fancy awesome people scholarships. We will keep in touch though with
texts, facetime, etc.
separation, surprising him by flying back for his graduation. He went to my
mom’s band gig with his family and between songs she stopped to give him a
about me ;). After I surprised him, I rode back to NYC on a GREYHOUND BUS.
to my southern roots by saying y’all up here)
bus stops. There was a woman with a blonde mustache, a tweetie bird shirt and a
lisp who said “hey thweetie, can I thit with you?” and proceeded to
talk to me for about an hour.
of all the beautiful placed I should visit in Asia. Bear and mind that I was
reading a book throughout all of this… which I thought was the universal
symbol for “leave me the heck alone,” but apparently, it is not.
normal person I met was the guy I sat by when the AC was broken on one of the
buses, and he probably thought I was the weird one with swamp ass from the
in New York. This should give you a hint:
fact I have an internship there, but I absolutely love the experience it is
giving me :).
there are tons of people my age. My roommate is an intern at Marchesa, she’s such a fashionista.
is from Kentucky or anywhere else really southern. A fellow worker described my
journey as “the Simple Life in reverse.” People have told me they can tell I’m
from the south because of my accent, the way I dress, and the fact that I can’t
ignore people on the street and or/ be mean to anyone. I am so proud of all
those things! It is a different world up here… There is definitely more to do
but I do miss the southern hospitality already.
things that have happened to me here include:
be sexier if I had a barbed wire tattoo on my ankle…
don’t you think?
FAVORITE sorority sisters that graduated last year…
and Holly (right) is like…ending poverty or something. But really, that’s her job… Aside
from showing me the ropes up here!
some STUNNING fashion choices, my personal favorite:
has a zipper pocket where you can keep all of your things…}
to dye my hair grey (quickly got that reversed) but not until after I spent one whole
day and night with my grey locks picking up grandpas and getting senior discounts at
brunch buffets. However, I managed to make some friends despite my horrendous hair and
went to an improv comedy show where they performed.
up with the president of my university in central park…
I’ve just been being really Uh-merican…
hot dog and beer. My meals this day were: a hot dog from a food cart for
breakfast, a hamburger and fries for lunch, and then another hot dog here. One
thing about NYC is you just can’t afford to eat healthy! And by “you” I mean
broke ass college students like myself.
bar scene is definitely fun here, so I’m glad I turned 21 in time for it all..
haven’t even touched the LSAT books I brought along for my days off… but who
knows, I may not even need them if I keep loving this industry so much 🙂