Sunday, May 13, 2007

Back to New York

I am sitting in the airport waiting for my flight to take off and I leave LA behind. I still have a stuffy nose but it's a lot better than what I was feeling like when I landed in LA. I am sure I will stuff back up and feel like crap when I get up in the air but oh well. I have work tonight. BLEH

I should be hearing back by tomorrow about the position. I heard back from another network about a job I have been calling about for the past few months... I didn't get it. I still don't understand why they would string me along about the position and just shoot me an e-mail and not call me and let me know. Although, the Coordinating Producer said in his e-mail that they want to bring me in again and talk about other oppertunities.

I'm excited to get back to New York. I have also made a decission that I like New York better than LA. For many reasons. Better public transportation, less traffic congestion, and most of my life is in New York. If I get the job out here I will give it serious concideration but I think that for now its NYC for me.

I hope you guys had a good weekend. I know I had a good Friday night hanging out with friends in LA and partying at this sports bar. I was with my friend Michele who was my prom date back in High School. We went and got food at Hamburger Mary's. It's a Burger joint with a gay twist. It was cool, the burger was okay, but it was a fun enviroment to be in. It was her idea to go there. Look to the next post for more.

8 comments:

  1. Ya public transportation is defiantly better on the east coast. New York seems like a fun place to live.

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  2. eee. i don't know why you want to take a bus when you can cruise in your own car. Like in the summer, with your convertible top off or in the winter enjoys your favorite cd with 78 degree temperature. I like NY, I like how lively it feels when you are there. But because of the pub transportation I can't even imagine myself to be there.

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  3. i do miss driving sometimes but i tend to feel most at home in NYC.

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  4. Welcome back! I tend to like NYC better as well. It is not so spread out and much easier to get around.

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