Late Night Inspiration

playing catchup

Julie and Me at the ICCAs . Tory (and Me) at Brunch . Beth and Kian at PIFA

last night I was inspired by this post

I’m hoping to not work until 11:00pm more than one night at all this week

I’m super glad Tory came up to visit for the weekend, I miss her.

Sometimes I like to use periods and sometimes I don’t.

Sometimes I like to use capital letters and sometimes I don’t.

usually I don’t.

I’m excited to see Sara Bareilles in concert tomorrow night.

I’m excited to play along with Jenni’s Blog Every Day in May Challenge.

My roommate keeps telling me that I need to get my priorities in line.

That thought makes me super nervous.

I’ve been using the word super WAY too much.  As well as the phrase “fair game.”

I hate that if the whole sentence isn’t a quote the period still goes inside the quotation marks, I just don’t like the way it looks.

Sometimes I’m incredibly awkward.  Last night was no exception.

I consider Philadelphia to be my home.

I constantly feel like I have the best friends in the entire world.

I’m excited and nervous to plan my 25th birthday party.  (what if people don’t come?)

I probably set the bar too high with my 21st birthday party.

Eek.  The first sentence in that post sets the bar pretty high in itself.

I do this to myself, don’t I?

Tory and I made a video for our blog this weekend.

It’s pretty much as real and “us” as it gets.

We tried to reshoot the video after the first time, but it felt too rehearsed.

You probably don’t believe at this point that I don’t like capital letters.  But it’s true.

I spend most of the day thinking about what I want to eat next.

I think I’m okay with that.

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  • Johanna

    I am incredibly excited for your 25th birthday party too… let me know when the planning begins!!
    Remember to rate each party by it’s own merits… don’t pit them against eachother.
    Given that you have the most awesome friends in the world, people will come to your party!
    If you’re working to 11pm, don’t forget to schedule some Chrystina time!

  • Brianna Soloski

    My entire life is simply a series of incredibly awkward moments. At nearly 31, I don’t see that changing anytime soon.

    • You know, I’m only 24, but you’re right, I don’t see it changing any time soon either…

      • Brianna Soloski

        You’re so young. You have plenty of time to change the course of events. I was much less awkward at 24 than I am at 30. I was still awkward, but it was less prevalent. Of course, I was still in college then and had a solid group of friends with whom to be awkward.