I'm happy enough being a Nicole that I never seriously considered changing it. I think it fits me. I do wish I wasn't a Nicole Marie though because there seems to be 50,000 of those!
Any of the Harry Potter books. I always feel like I'm experiencing the adventure for the first time, each time I re-read it. Not that I do often or yearly but it's just one of those things I can't get sick of.
Things in 2010 have started nicely. I'm on winter break and enjoying the hibernation. It's been TOO cold in NYC these days. It is further proof some never get used to the cold.
In other random news, I just got my own flickr account. (Of course my username is coffeeisgreen) but I don't have enough pictures in there yet. Looking at all the other pictures on that site though reminds me of the fact that I've yet to get a DSLR. Sometime before I'm an old lady would be nice!!
Take 'em out to dinner. Someone who has everything probably doesn't care for material gifts anymore. They know they have everything they need and want. I'm sure a good meal to satisfy the tummy would be appreciated by them.
Say hello to my Halloween costume. Although my skirt seems much shorter than that in real life, I'm diggin' it. I've got everything -- wig (came with) and boots. Could've sworn Olive Oyl wore boots?
The sucky part is I have a wedding to attend that day. And there's no way out of it. Not that the wedding is sucky, just the fact that I probably won't dress up on Halloween. (Maybe, maybe not). I have heard of parties prior to Halloween so that will give me a good excuse to dress up! If not I can always save it for next year.
I can't believe I didn't search for this sooner. LJ has a iPhone application?! Amazing! I am updating via my psychology class but it hasn't started yet. That's the only way I'm getting away with this. Professor Pervy (my nickname for him because he kinda is one) hates cell phone usage during class. He makes you put it on his desk during the 50 minutes of class time. I never do of course. Why would I when I can just hide it in my lap? Hehe.
Yesterday was the annual San Gennaro feast on Little Italy. I went with Worm, JD and Richie Boy. We met up with John & Delina much later in the evening. I always enjoy that feast, more so than others. The area it's in plays a large part. I am going again on Friday, which is a good thing since I arrived at the feast on a full stomach and that's pretty much the worst thing you can do to yourself. There is loads of delicious smells coming at you. Not to mention, Little Italy is a small area lined with dozens of Italian restaurants (what else) that tempt you like no other. The best...well my personal favorite...is Vincent's. I'm pretty darn sure i'm eating there on Friday.
Tomorrow Michael, my little bro, turns 18!!!! Crazy stuff! I gotta get him a DVD i know he will like.
Oh yeah, I was in the cafeteria on campus, about to leave, when a magazine rack caught my eye. On the cover was a girl I went to high school with. Flipped through it and turns out, she had a whole spread. The location? Our high school! Whoa. Pretty cool -- like taking a trip down memory lane. I even remember her saying she wanted to be a model.
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That picture pretty much sums up how trashed Jonathan got at his birthday party last night at Sutton. Oh man...a night to remember for sure.
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Tonight is J.D's Sutton Place birthday bash. He has one every year and it's always in September because in August (when his birthday actually is) everyone's either really busy or still away on vacation. Now that people are back in town...the fun begins. Even Natali is coming out tonight! (Natali is my childhood best friend) So that should be really interesting. There's two parts, the dinner @ the ESPN Zone and then off to Sutton Place. (Link to see what Sutton is like here: http://www.suttonplacenyc.com/) We have to choose a themed restaurant like the ESPN Zone because we are going to bring such a large group and those restaurants that you find smack dab in the middle of Times Square really accommodate all of us.
As far as school goes, I really enjoy all my classes. The only thing that stresses me out a bit is the process of getting textbooks. Thank God for Amazon...