5 a.m. Getting an early start on that big project means impressing my boss.
Noon. Honestly, any time before dusk is what I pretty much consider “early”.
D. 8:30 a.m. Living steps away from my desk has its perks.
10 p.m. Third shift isn’t easy but you do what you have to. Amiright?
Alarm clocks are for Lames. I get up when I have to pee.
Any time before sunset is too early.
Reservations at a place with no sign, no menu, and where bottle service is a requirement for a seat.
Anywhere that has at least 5 flat screens and 15 beers on tap.
At a nice out-of-the-way lounge with live music and barbeque.
Dinner at that new restaurant you read about in the Trib.
A quick lunch date. You’ve got no time for dinner with this deadline hanging over your head!
A long walk in the park and maybe a quick divvy bike ride by the lake.
Attending your favorite artist’s first big showcase at a local coffee house.
Some vintage shop
From a local indie designer (e.g. Archer Townsend, SWABY, Anna Hovet)
I'm wearing whatever I woke up in from question #1
If I have to buy a new outfit, this isn't the person for me
Gucci, of course!
Fresh, hot, right out of the oven baked goodies
Another round, on the house!
Purchasing a work of art you love and can (or can't) afford
All you can eat bbq ribs
A potential sugar daddy’s offer for another cocktail
One more hour of sleep
Through mutual friends.
At a basement poetry set
In grade school
At home. We're siblings.
2.5, the American average
1, the accident baby
Zero. I have no time for children.
The more the merrier. I love large families!
Having children never crosses my mind.
4. A drummer, two guitarists, and a vocalist.
Maxwell Street Polishes
Caribbean Jerk Wings
Popcorn from Garrett's