34 Brooklyn, United States
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My self-summary
i am like diane keaton in baby boom BEFORE she gets handed a baby at the airport and moves to vermont to make baby food and fall in love with a doctor.

i am in search of my own baby at the airport, which is partially why i am always in an airport. also, i travel often for work.
What I’m doing with my life
positive thinking.
reading daily affirmations: http://www.louisehay.com/affirmations/
being a career woman.
making my bed.
reading instagram accounts like tarot cards.
listening to everything that rupaul says on her podcast.
I’m really good at
making people smile.
talking about myself.
talking about my grandfather.
talking to strangers.
cooking and baking.
knowing what i want.
dressing myself.
purchasing cookbooks.
organizing cookbooks.
not following cookbooks.
not judging you, yet.
getting mothers to love me.
being completely uninterested in your cat(s).
singing horribly.
dancing wonderfully.
giving compliments.
not taking compliments well. at all.
thinking i am saving money.
making lists.
The first things people usually notice about me
my eyes.
or they say i look like the lovechild of ryan reynolds and mark ruffalo.
either one, really, but i am partial to the latter.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
waiting for guffman and everything else by christopher guest.
the family stone and every other movie where dinner tables and emotions go hand in hand.
party girl and house of yes and yes, i am naming my first child parker pelosi as an homage.

spotify playlists made by my friends- my own music taste is not to be trusted or shared or talked about at all really.

everything my grandmother made when she was alive and i make now that she isn't.
The six things I could never do without
1. dr. bronner's peppermint liquid soap
2. my big box of family recipes
3. a tube of chapstick
4. san francisco
5. the long island medium, the barefoot contessa, susan miller and suze orman. i count them as one singular supreme being.
6. elastic waistbands

i also have a list of things i COULD DO WITHOUT, in case you were wondering.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
that episode of 902010 when they have to go to into a convenience store and use a secret password to get a hard boiled egg from an asian man working the counter. this egg is what gets them into an exclusive college party at a mystery location which is only revealed with the receipt of the egg from the asian man.

i still can't get over this episode, yet literally no one seems to remember it except an art history professor i had in college who used it in a lecture. he got it. he gets me.
On a typical Friday night I am
90% cooking and eating and talking and not drinking.


10% trying to hear what you are saying at a bar (still not drinking) while many tiny gays run around me like i am a maypole.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
weak ankles.
You should message me if
you have been looking for a human teddy bear.
you have been looking at my instagram: @grossypelosi.