I AM: Watching Alexander and Nappo sleep.
I SAID: I would never live in Brooklyn.
I WANT: To publish a very personal story so that I may share it with you.
I WISH: We could drive a Kombi all summer long and not have anything else to do.
I HATE: Moving.
I MISS: Miami. And London. When things get too cold or too rude here.
I FEAR: Things that live in the ocean that could hurt me.
I HEAR: The tap-tap-tapping of this keyboard.
I WONDER: If I will ever work for Conde Nast.
I REGRET: Moving to New York, sometimes.
I DANCE: Middle-eastern but no salsa.
I SING: Arias in Italian when I am alone, the Rolling Stones when A is around.
I CRY: When the comedy is just too good.
I AM NOT ALWAYS: Articulate. Or tidy.
I MADE: It to A's boat race on the Harlem River this morning after working in the Conde Nast building until the wee hours.
I WRITE: Less and less on paper, more and more on the computer.
I CONFUSE: Sienna Miller with Michelle Williams.
I NEED: To live in a big city. But I need more money to live in this city. Good grief.
I SHOULD: Drink more margaritas.
I START: Big projects, which I leave once they flourish on their own and cry about it when that happens.
I FINISH: The things that I feel will truly be beneficial to me and my family.
I BELIEVE: There is a good man out there for me somewhere.
I KNOW: That we'll bump into each other one day.
I CAN: Make people smile.
I CAN'T: Work a cubicle-type job.
I SEE: The dark outside my window, before the time The City That Never Sleeps actually wakes up.
I BLOG: Because I can do it in my sleep.
I READ: On the subway.
I AM AROUSED: By the smell of Taeko's incense that she brought me from Japan.
I FIND: Too many Metrocards with "Insufficient Fare" in them.
I LIKE: Looking at Adrien Brody's photo.
I LOVE: Watching A smile. Swooon.