- Pad Thai
- General Tso’s chicken
- ALL OF THE SUSHI
- fish tacos
- my mom’s gravy and meatballs
- my mom’s fried egg sammie
- Ess-aaaaaaaaaaa everything with whitefish salad
- my aunt’s fucking crack cake
- rye toast with butter
- patty melt
- crab cakes
- my dad’s crumbled hamburger sammie
- OMG WHAT ELSE YOU GUYS
EXCUSE ME BUT YOU MISSED BURGERS! JANUARY 9TH, BURGERS, WOMAN.
we still gotta pick a spot though.
like, i’m talented and a nice piece of eye candy. can’t i just send them photos of me with the words HIRE ME in helvetica?
we’re the same person living thousands of miles apart. cannot deal.
Totally wish we lived near each other, we could be anti-social jerks together.
don’t worry. srsly gonna buy a ticket to Miami for my birthday. so, make room for me on the beach. also have a full glass of red wine ready at the airport.
I think blind confidence was my main strength at the time of my decision to move abroad, and it’s also helped me throughout my expat life. I simply knew that it would work, and everything else after that just became inevitable. However - and this is a lesson learned - having confidence must also carry you through the times when everything doesn’t go the way you planned, in that you have to be flexible and just plain “wing it” some of the time and maintain enough confidence to know that it will all work out in the end.