So in the week since we've last been in touch some of the many things done in my glamorous life is I've:
-gone to the top of the Empire State Building with some lovely Daily Northwestern alums.
-seen the Broadway show 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee which I liked. I've seen it before, which probably doesn't come as a surprise to anyone especially the bitch who will remain nameless who told me I "look like I'd be a good speller."
-become obsessed with Let me borrow that top, leading to numerous text messages with my now former roommate
-become obsessed with GQ, the best magazine ever. Seriously, I had no clue, but it's kind of amazing!
-had cocktails with a friend from school and one from home, watching all world collide.
-had my last day of my internship! And got offered a recommendation! And took some more beauty products! And am leaving the job a million girls would die for unscathed and with better mascara and the knowledge that I need to buy more belts. I also leave with the hope that while I will probably again be underqualified for a job and I will probably again be overqualified, I hope I never again have to be both at the same time.
-gone to the bar next door to my apartment so I can say I have. That same night (omg, I'm so cool! I barhop!) I saw a drag queen sing at a gay bar that ONLY had men's bathrooms which is a pointed way to say "no girls allowed" except there were 8 million girls there since it was a Friday night.
-almost lost my cell phone but didn't.
-realized my favorite new product would have cost me $42 in the store.
-gone to Laurel's bbq bday in Ossining and got jealous of everyone's New Zealand adventures.
-ate mediocre sushi with Newsweek's number one intern
-packed up my room with sadness that my New York City adventure has come to a close. I was going to write a nyc in review blog spot but that would take so long, but well , it was great. I normally only believe in "no regrets" on a hypothetical level because um, i'm neurotic, but I don't regret living where I did and am so happy I lived in an amazing neighborhood where I hope to live again some day, or at least an equivilently cool place.
-went to Ossining, where I am now doing NOTHING before I leave Thursday for Evanston-->Toronto-->Evanston-->Ossining-->San Francisco for my North American world tour. I would be sad to be done with nyc except I'm excited for everything else. yay.