Monday, August 2, 2010

Happy Monday!

Hey Guys!

Happy Monday! According to my fancy google-analytics device, most of you read this blog during the week, most likely while you are at work! I hope I am able to give you a nice little respite from your return form the weekend. I know Mondays can suck, with their piled up voicemails and early wake up times (I just bought a sound deck to wake up to an actual song of my choice, I know I am behind the times on this and it's not new but it is to me!I am almost PSYCHED to wake up tomorrow! Ha!), but, as my dear friend David (aka Boston Guy, writer of THIS witty-commentary blog) once said  "Mondays are days too, cause you can't go through life hating 1/7th of the week!" He even made me the wonderful sign (and posted it on my Freshman dorm door) pictured on your left (oddly sideways...).

This weekend I spent Saturday exploring the The Point in the Bronx with Omer, a brand new date and one of my favorite sites so far! I don't have time tonight to post about the date but here's a sneak peak from Shelly, the rocking woman we met on our adventure (she was on a date too! this project is truly fantastic!)

Here! Click here!

 Keep rollin',



  1. Yes!!! Love the shout out! :) It's funny, I was just thinking about that yesterday. In fact, you posting this is going to motivate me to write a blog post about it.

  2. I just found your blog and am so glad to have discovered it! I actually have a very similar blog project going... but mine is a quest to find a new BFF after moving to a new city (Chicago) to be with my now-husband. I'm spending the year "girl-dating" to find the type of friends I left behind in NYC. You know, the ones who know you inside and out and you can sit around watching TV and not talking and that's fine... Or you can call at the last minute for a mani/pedi in 30 minutes. One of the things that strikes me about your project and mine is how similar they are. Though you're looking for romance and I'm looking for friendship, it's all about connecting and finding that other half. And I've learned that friend-dating is so much like the romantic kind. Anyway, I love what you're doing. And the way you are tying into discovering the city is quite poetic. So glad to have found you!