Out & About

Bleary-eyed and functioning on about five hours of sleep, which isn’t too bad.

Had dinner in Brooklyn last night with Brendan, which I was nervous as all hell about for a number of reasons. He’s the first person who’s “known” me through the blog first, and met up with me offline.

In fact, this turned out to be way easier than I gave it credit for, pretty much from the moment I saw him. It was a little bit like hanging out with a smarter version of my buddy Eli (no offence in that dept. Lysha darling), which meant I was pretty comfortable after about five minutes, and felt like I’d known him a long time by the end of the night. Yay. Very cool guy. What was it I was saying about guys from NJ/NY?

I must meet more of ya’ll offline. I have amazing readers 😉

More good fun this weekend, and reading recommendations.

I’m now going to go find some coffee…

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