I was exhausted, but it was like Mitchell could read my mind as soon as I walked through the door. “You look like you could use a massage,” he said.
Getting lunch with Noah was a great way to break up the workday. “Although,” he said, “this will spoil me for the days we can’t manage this.”
berlynn97 said: Your blog makes me wish my ideal, outdoorsy, well dressed, intellectual boyfriend would hurry up and whisk me off my feet.
Is this a real or hypothetical boyfriend? And in any case, whisk yourself! Or whisk him. Everyone likes whisking.
"C’mon," Daniel said. "It’s national ice cream day. Let’s go get a cone."
Theo gave me a tight hug and kissed my neck. “I’ve missed you,” he murmured.
Mitchell stood on the porch, gazing into the sunset and suddenly turned to me. “I didn’t know that I could love anyone as much as I love you,” he said.
Anonymous said: It saddens me greatly that there are so few potential LLBBFs in NYC. I think it's time to move.
Haven’t you seen Broad City? There’s gotta be a Jeremy in your building, right? (My NYC knowledge is clearly vast.)
Jonathan and I arrived home late, but when we got out of the car he grabbed my hand and pulled me close. “Wait,” he said, “you look so nice in the moonlight.”
Daniel was ready to go with the picnic basket all packed as soon as I got home. “The drive-in is playing a double feature tonight,” he said, “please say you want to go with me.”
After our morning yoga routine on the beach, Theo and I skipped back up to the house to make breakfast. “Just sit on the porch,” Theo said. “I’ll handle breakfast this morning, you just relax.”