a monograph by techie boyfriend
I have just received sad news from our dear INTERN: travelling alone in The Big City, she has been pock-picketed. Why this kindly creature should be marked is beyond me, but I have taken it upon myself to request, nay demand acts of vigilante kindness directed toward the object of our mutual admiration.
But first, the story...
In this episode, INTERN jets to The Big Apple in the course of her bloggerly duties (no, truly, didn't she tell you she was talking @ NYU? I am so very proud). She finds her meager billfold snatched from her pocket whilst frolicking innocently amidst the glory of the NYPL.
A description of the pilfered purse: INTERN's wallet looks like its about 15 years old, fading black, is decorated with the peeling image of a california raisin in roller skates, contains no credit cards, and probaby carries less than 14 cents in cash. Should you find it when digging through a NYC dumpster (you know, The Economy), you know what to do.
But on to the vigilante kindness: should you encounter my dear INTERN while she is on this trip (and I know some of you new yorkers will!), I am sure she would appreciate a friendly treat. Amongst other things, she is very fond of raw beets, small curious objects, pen and ink sketches, dark chocolate, quiet places to read, mushroom gluten, and kind words.
-this episode ghost-written from snow-capped mountains by yours truly, "techie" BOYFRIEND.
Note from a very tired and surprised INTERN who has just discovered this post:
OMG! It's all true!
Mystery of INTERN's true identity and location = now 300% more mysterious.
Message to Techie Boyfriend: please make it home from those snow-capped mountains alive so INTERN can give you the gift of a bagel or some kind of knish from this Metropolis, and adoration!