Holy crap I've been busy lately. Really, this feels like the first time in my life where I'm truly, crazily, happily busy. Instead of going home after my 9-5 desk job (which is boring, yes, but I appreciate in its ability to provide a roof over my head and a new dress every now and then), lately I've been heading to Alie's house, where we'll spend the evening giggling, brainstorming, and most importantly, writing (okay fine, high-fiving a lot, too).Writing Necessity, Exhibit I
My life feels like it's at a turning point, one that I always hoped would happen, but in the same vein, always worried wouldn't. I'm going to be 30 in a month (!!!), and I feel like I'm racing towards this awesome finish line, one that once I cross will allow me look back at 29 as the fucking awesomest year of my life. Twenty nine isn't even over yet and I can already say that statement without hesitation (although I don't want to jinx it, so don't tell the powers that be).
Writing Necessity, Exhibit II (with gratuitous boob-grab shot, courtesy of Alie Ward)
It's really an amazing time in my life, and I'm so excited about all the wonderful things to come...moooost of which I can't share with you right now. Trust me friends, I'm dying to spill it. In fact, I've been feeling a little less excited than I normally would, I think because something about blogging it makes is just so much more REAL, ya know? It feels like the next chapter in the story of Georgia Is Your Friend, but instead of all you lovelies following along like normal, I have to keep it to myself. That is a hard thing to do for an over-sharer like myself.
It of course all revolves around the McNuggetini and our other videos, which has evolved from a lil ole blog post to perhaps the beginning of a career, which just boggles my mind but makes me oh-so happy at the same time. We're mentioned and quoted in this article for the Associated Press today, so go check it out when you have a moment. I promise to update on the goings-on when I can, and post more cute vintage dresses and tawdry stories in the meantime.