Little LG in NYC

Mar 28

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Mar 25

PSA: It’s International Waffle Day. Celebrate accordingly.

PSA: It’s International Waffle Day. Celebrate accordingly.

(Source: wafflesfriendswork)

Mar 24

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Mar 22

My heart is so full. 💙💙💙💙 regram from @lauramdempsey

My heart is so full. 💙💙💙💙 regram from @lauramdempsey

Mar 20

fallontonight:

Congrats to today’s Tickets at 12 winners, Ashley and Andrew! 
And a heads’ up: Our beloved Trenchcoat Tickets is now “Tickets at 12!” Every Thursday, our intern will be hiding somewhere in NYC with 2 tickets to that night’s taping of the Tonight Show. We’ll tweet out her location at noon - first to find her wins the tickets! 

A note on this photo: I love that the Marist bookstore still sells the same sweatshirts that they were selling when I was applying there TEN years ago. (cc Laura)

fallontonight:

Congrats to today’s Tickets at 12 winners, Ashley and Andrew! 

And a heads’ up: Our beloved Trenchcoat Tickets is now “Tickets at 12!” Every Thursday, our intern will be hiding somewhere in NYC with 2 tickets to that night’s taping of the Tonight Show. We’ll tweet out her location at noon - first to find her wins the tickets! 

A note on this photo: I love that the Marist bookstore still sells the same sweatshirts that they were selling when I was applying there TEN years ago. (cc Laura)

Mar 14

What I’ve Read: Night Film, Marisha Pessl
Devoured it. Even though it’s 662 pages, I was surprised at how quickly I moved through it. The chapters are short (typically between 3-8 pages) and move really quickly. Though the plot feels a little far-fetched at times (the daughter of a mysterious and reclusive horror film director kills herself and the story revolves around the mystery of why), it’s suspenseful and like I said, it flows really quickly. It’s one of those books where I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish it last night and I’m still thinking about the ending. 
Definitely worth picking up! 

What I’ve Read: Night Film, Marisha Pessl

Devoured it. Even though it’s 662 pages, I was surprised at how quickly I moved through it. The chapters are short (typically between 3-8 pages) and move really quickly. Though the plot feels a little far-fetched at times (the daughter of a mysterious and reclusive horror film director kills herself and the story revolves around the mystery of why), it’s suspenseful and like I said, it flows really quickly. It’s one of those books where I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish it last night and I’m still thinking about the ending. 

Definitely worth picking up! 

Gotta love a good dashboard coincidence. (PS yes, that is the Monsters University tumblr). 

Gotta love a good dashboard coincidence. (PS yes, that is the Monsters University tumblr). 

Cecily Strong's Rules for a Happy Life -

DO pop a bottle of vino—you’ve earned it, sister.”

The fact that this is her first piece of advice, just further confirms that if we were to ever meet, Cecily Strong and I would DEFINITELY be friends. 

Mar 09

That view gets me every time.  #vscocam

That view gets me every time. #vscocam

Mar 07

There’s just something so cool about seeing the lights of a city from up above. #vscocam

There’s just something so cool about seeing the lights of a city from up above. #vscocam