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Today, there was wine tasting:

I mean, first there was this super-hawkward district convention thing that went fairly well for us despite… things.  But then there was wine tasting.

And after wine tasting (and purchasing) there was mini-golf and go-karts.

And then there was sushi.

And then there was drinks with appearances by Korb and D and a guitarist who did an excellent version of “Firecracker” by Ryan Adams, as well as a lovely cover of Billy Joel’s “New York State of Mind.”

… It was a day.  A very, very good day.  And tomorrow, I embark on what is sure to be a great week, including team trivia and montage-day with the coworkers, followed by The Shins on Wednesday and True Blood next Sunday.  Oh yes.

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THE MEN OF THE WEST WING ARE SO PRECIOUS AND PERFECT AND ADORABLE.  I wish Toby were in this picture so I could properly explain my undying love for the Josh/Sam/Toby dynamic.  Because guhhhh, those guys.
D and I finished season one tonight and started season two to resolve that awful cliffhanger, and I forgot all about Leo’s speech to Bartlet in New Hampshire about how he believes the president should be a good man and I cried.  I cried a little.  And I remember when I first saw it I was like, 11 or 12 or something and I even cried then.  Because it was so true, and it’s STILL so true, and I cannot wait to graduate.
No shame, crying during “The West Wing.”  No shame at all.

THE MEN OF THE WEST WING ARE SO PRECIOUS AND PERFECT AND ADORABLE.  I wish Toby were in this picture so I could properly explain my undying love for the Josh/Sam/Toby dynamic.  Because guhhhh, those guys.

D and I finished season one tonight and started season two to resolve that awful cliffhanger, and I forgot all about Leo’s speech to Bartlet in New Hampshire about how he believes the president should be a good man and I cried.  I cried a little.  And I remember when I first saw it I was like, 11 or 12 or something and I even cried then.  Because it was so true, and it’s STILL so true, and I cannot wait to graduate.

No shame, crying during “The West Wing.”  No shame at all.

(Source: thefinestmuffinsandbagels)

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