Sunday, November 12, 2006


I discovered that I am only an hour and a half from Jersey City, which is the same distance that I am from Philly. Which means that I am pretty much two hours from NYC, assuming I park in JC and take the train into the city. Driving into the city wouldn't be bad, except for that whole parking thing. That is not easy, methinks.

Dinner was amazing. I love Indian-Chinese food; its just this amazing hybrid of tastes and it works so well. We had my favorite dish, Chicken 65. We also had some wine.

Ravi needed to catch a train at Penn Station, so we dropped him off there, after screaming random stuff out the window at him, probably mortifying him beyond belief. Then we drove back to Jersey City where Maya and Vikram totally twisted my arm into staying the night. And by twist, they just touched my wrist and I was like OKAY! I really didn't feel like driving an hour and a half at that point.

We went to their favorite local Jersey City bar, drank some more...then finally stumbled into bed at about 3am.

The nicest part about the weekend? Spending time with friends. I mean, two of the guys on Saturday night were Vikram and Maya's friends, but it just felt like normal. And it was exciting to "crash" at Maya's place and go home in my rumpled clothes the next day, like I had friends again. I know this sounds stupid, but it is silly little things like that that make a difference to me.

I am feeling the fact that I don't have friends here in town, but I am forging a tentative friendship with a girl who works in my building and also lives on the island. Maybe some of her friends will be cool too and then I can start my own little friendships!

Wednesday, November 8, 2006


I think you all should read my friend Dylan's blog: A Place Called Blog. It's just a really really funny blog. He's got this very sarcastic, dry, witty sense of humor and its even funnier if you know him because he is very stoic in person. (Scroll back and read older entries too.)

I realized my blog reading takes a LOT of time. I read a bunch of the Star Tribune blogs, some random blogs about nothing, some celebrity news blogs, SepiaMutiny and some related blogs, etc. I once stayed an extra two hours after work, just so I could read all my blogs. I can't read anymore!

But, ignoring all that, what blogs do you read?