“The first thing that comes to mind is a more recent one, when Amy Poehler and I were in the airport last week in Toronto and we were getting hassled by this middle-aged businessman who was doing that thing that middle-aged businessmen do, being rude. And then Amy, in the middle of the airport, screamed, “Fuck you, you fuckin’ dick, you fuckin’ rich asshole.” And it was so satisfying—it was immediate release. She would probably be mortified that I told you.”—TINA FEY (via theprocrastinator)
Josh is having a difficult time watching me like this. I feel bad for him - kinda. It’s not like I enjoy this bullshit or anything. Actually, I sort of resent the fact that I’m worrying about making him feel more comfortable while I’m in such an intense amount of pain instead of finding ways to reduce my misery. Maybe focusing on him will help divert my attention a little…but probably not.
Sometimes, being a girl sucks. The rest of the time it’s pretty sweet.
I finally get around to reading the new Vanity Fair article about Mrs. Brand. This is one of the few articles I’ve read that look at her as a woman - a wife, a daughter, a performer, and someone who’s transforming right in front of the world. I was very impressed with it because she makes it easy to look at her as one-dimensional because she’s so bubbly and charming, but they definitely took this interview to the next level. Kudos.
I can’t wait for the 11th to get here! :)
[Especially if I can pull off winning one of those coveted M&G passes!]
In this new post, Mr. Kate shows us how to grab what we already own and give it a fresh new look.
If you’re staying in town this weekend, this will be great for today’s Sunday brunch. This is also fun and resourceful when you don’t have time to run out and buy something new. Creativity is always a win!
Being able to Skype with my best friend while she’s in China is amazing beyond words. It makes me so happy to know she’s having a wonderful time and that she feels safe. It’s been difficult to go from seeing her practically everyday, to talking to her regularly after we both moved to opposite ends of the country, to not being able to talk to her at all while she spends a month in a country that doesn’t allow social networking sites.
China sounds pretty great. Maybe I’ll be able to travel to that side of the world one day! :)