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April 11th, 2009 No Comments

My Birthday Card to Sarah ::


I can’t tell you how happy I am to celebrate another year of your life.  So today I extend a hope that all of your birthday wishes come true and a big ass thank you.

You are one of the most genuine, intelligent, whimsical women I have met in New York a long time.  You have more talents than I can count on one hand, and I’m grateful you share your insight and experiences with me.  I’ve learned so much from you about not only the digital space, but also friendship. You’re selfless beyond belief and embrace everyone with open arms. 

A big thank you for the strength and support you’ve given me as a true friend.  Despite the fact we only met a year ago, I feel like we instantly connected on so many levels to really develop a solid relationship.  I can count on your support at any moment to help me get through tough times.  You have been a cheerleader to make sure I always reach end zone. 

And, you’re fun as hell!

Happy Birthday my love.  You are an all-around beautiful woman and I am honored you call me “friend.”

Love, Mary

P.S. You know I’d hold out with the search party until the lightning comes!

Happy Holidays

April 11th, 2009 No Comments

There are some HYSTERICAL one-liners at someecards.com I considered posting, but I think we should use this holiday weekend to truly reflect on the role religion and spirituality plays in our life. 

Within one congregation, inside the same temple, the followers of religion all have different beliefs about implementing the values and tenets into their lives.  So instead of focusing on who finds more eggs, let’s open our eyes to discovering what we truly believe and how that is going to make us better people.

Then chow down :)

April 11th, 2009 No Comments

A reader brought Fake Twitter to my attention when they saw my first fake tweet.  Honestly…I barely have time to read my emails, blog, and twitter, let alone do that work for someone else.  Just when I think I’m starting to understand the digital space, more meaningless crap comes up like this.  I’m not upset, I just don’t get it.

(P.S. I wrote the above entry.  You guys love the word vapid.)

April 11th, 2009 No Comments

My first fake tweet.  So disappointing.  Come guys.  Let’s at least be funny.  I think I would say…. “Friday nite my flat ass is home watching Lost becos I don’t know how to reed”  Ok, that’s not funny, but it’s more creative than thin hair!

Can I get back to Lost in peace now?

Catching Up On Lost

April 11th, 2009 No Comments

Sawyer: Either you cooperate and join the party in Dharmaville or you’re on your own.

Sayid: I guess I’m on my own.

Me: This is getting good! I wonder if Kate will go back to Sawyer….

April 9th, 2009 No Comments

From a “work” perspective, we honestly get to say we’re drinking at our desk. Thanks for stopping by GV.

A Race To Tumblr

April 8th, 2009 No Comments

Me: What does GPOYW stand for?

Georgina: Gratutious Picture Of Yourself Wednesday.

Me: Oh. Haha. I do that everyday.

Georgina: Me too!

Me: Hahah (as I scroll to the top of my dashboard).

Georgina: I’m so blogging that.

Me: I was just clicking on my tumblr! Who can get there first?!

UPDATE: G got there first!

“Marley taught me about living each day with unbridled exuberance and joy, about seizing the moment and following your heart. He taught me to appreciate the simple things- a walk in the woods, a fresh snowfall, a nap in a shaft of winter sunlight. And as he grew old and achy, he taught me about optimism in the face of adversity. Mostly, he taught me about friendship and selflessness and, above all else,:: unwavering loyalty”

April 8th, 2009 No Comments

Marley & Me by John Grogan (via mascarah)::

What a coincidence.  This was the movie on the plane!  This morning I was explaining to G how it’s not just a dog movie.  You see the challenges Jenny and John face and difficult life choices they have to make in terms of their relationship, careers, and family.  In the end, of course they’re happy, but several times during the movie, whether it be with words or even a glance, you can see doubt in their eyes.  For me, this component made the movie enjoyable and got me thinking about my own life choices. And then I cried….not about life, about the dog!

Life isn’t easy, but I think we’ll all land on both feet.