September 8, 2013

Sunday Gratitude (for naps)

// 1. My Sound Career has arrived. As has the fear. // 2. This pigeon escort me to the park. // 3. Bowl of morning joy. // 4. Enjoyed Korean treats at a Parisian bakery. Yes, you read that right. // 5. Family wedding in Chicago. // 6. Reverent, whisical church windows.
Happy Sunday People.
I honestly didn't realize it was Sunday until about an hour ago. This week has been BUSY and this weekend we took a whirlwind 20-hour trip to Chicago for a family wedding (congrats, Sean & Nicki!) Hence the disorientation on the day/time. Oh hence. This was a grand day for a nap.

Gratitude.
It was a joy to see some extended family this weekend. I've been living in NYC for a month now (can you believe it?!) and I've largely spent my time alone. Not in a creepy way, but I'm just new in town. I've been attempting to get a lot of things off the ground, work-wise, which often feels like a lonely kind of hustle. I'm thrilled with it, but it's also a strange experience, being in this city brimming with bodies and spending a lot of the day not speaking to anyone. Seeing family this weekend kind of filled in the gaps a bit. Stevie's cousins are so funny and silly and just COMFORTABLE and I love spending time with them. You know when you can just be yourself with some people? Well, it's hard to be anything else with these folks. Hence the adult-sized Christmas onesies, any of you remember?

Now I'm off to babble monologues to myself. Wish me luck in my attempts to memorize. I've got some casting directors to wow (?) this week!

6 comments:

  1. There's a korean/parisian bakery by our house too!! It is my favorite! <3

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    1. I've never heard of such a thing, but delicious right?! By the way, just realized you blog too. Officially following you via Bloglovin, let the games begin!!!

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  2. Hi Guys,
    Love the posts and love you. I have jury duty on October 9 and I have one ticket to a matinee at the roundabout theater. It is yours if you want it. Let me know.

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    1. Aunt Shirl! Bummer about Jury Duty - can you possibly get out of it? If not I will not-so-eagerly (lies) accept your ticket. Let's talk!

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