i’m still not quite sure what this project is, but i think it’s a diary. an interactive diary because everybody who participates in this ends up being in the diary and it’s an open diary (no lock with a precious key) because everybody gets to see it. this might be too a guest book although that makes it sound a little like i’m a hotel.
and i’m not a hotel. i’m a gal who wants to meet all my facebook friends, even the ones i have never met. maybe particularly those friends. last week, i did something new–
and then i returned to not quite what i was when i got started. which is sort of how i assume this project will turn out. by the way, my usual new years resolutions are to lose weight, stop drinking, get organized and be nicer to mr. radnor. this past week i accomplished the last of those . . . briefly.
i wake up to rena leonard every morning. she sees me without makeup. she knows exactly how i like my morning caffeine drip. that’s more than i can say about anybody else amongst my friends.
rena works at the caribou three blocks from my house. i pick up my coffee, i go lift weights, i come back home and turn on the computer. so i can go several days in which i don’t really have any personal contact with anybody besides rena. oh, and lisa from where i lift weights.
but i don’t know much about rena outside of seeing her at caribou. . . and being facebook friends with her. so yesterday, we spent a few hours together. she did my hair because she’s a hairdresser with her own salon in the city. there were some surprises–
43,869,800 people changed their relationship status to single during the year while 3,025,791 changed it to “it’s complicated.” Another 28,460,516 changed their status to in a relationship, 5,974,574 to engaged and 36,774,801 to married. Rena doesn’t list herself as any of the above.