So there’s a chapter in my next book (coming 2021) where I talk about how the most embarrassing moments in our lives are the ones that really bring us all together and I wanted to quote a bunch of tweets that you guys sent me a few years ago when you shared your most mortifyingContinue reading “On the other hand, I did inadvertently stick to the theme, so that’s something.”
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I’d point it out but it makes me too entertained when I see it.
This tip box is on the counter of a restaurant we always go to and every time I see it it makes me smile. Last time we were in there Victor pointed out that the spelling issue isn’t helping but I’d like to think it’s intentional because you read it and suddenly there’s a kitten telling you thatContinue reading “I’d point it out but it makes me too entertained when I see it.”
YOU ARE HERE is here! (Sort of.)
YOU GUYS. LOOK WHAT JUST CAME IN THE MAIL: AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH! That was my excited scream. Sorry. Less than three weeks until the tour. It’s almost like it’s real. PS. Wanna see inside? View this post on Instagram LOOK WHAT JUST CAME IN THE MAIL. I may have cried a little. Please ignore my super puffyContinue reading “YOU ARE HERE is here! (Sort of.)”
Every Friday night. And Saturday night. And every night basically.
Every Friday night starts the pictures of friends who are out at parties and dinners and with more friends and strangers. I love to see them dressed up and happy but a tiny bit of myself looks at those pictures and feels like a loser because my anxiety disorder makes me run from crowds andContinue reading “Every Friday night. And Saturday night. And every night basically.”
Emails from Jeremy
An email from my friend Jeremy Johnson, who made Totes MaGoats and Rory: So this isn’t as random as the London shot, but I saw this at a local bar tonight. Gotta love the Game of Thrones reference! (Photo is a bit dark, but it’s a sword throne made of sausages). People looked at meContinue reading “Emails from Jeremy”
Booksgiving. An experiment.
Last September when Furiously Happy came out I was so terrified that people wouldn’t like it, wouldn’t understand it, or would run away after realizing I’m quite a bit crazier than I ever let on. But you stayed – for the most part – and then even more of you showed up, and now it’s FebruaryContinue reading “Booksgiving. An experiment.”