SO NEW YORK.

Yesterday, I went to the US Open with my fellow latenight control room peeps (my boss had tickets and kindly invited the only other people free during the day). I took the 7 train basically to the end of the line to the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center. It was a pleasant ride full of other U.S. Open spectators–many ladies dressed to play tennis when they were actually just going to watch other people play tennis.

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The seats were ridiculous–I don’t think I’ve ever been that close to a sporting event. And, although I don’t understand the scoring in tennis, I really enjoyed watching it. We saw two women’s matches–and then Andy Murray and Adrian Mannarino (who is FRENCH with a name like that). Andy Murray is a dreamboat. Although we left before the end of the match, we were still conspicuously absent from the 4 o’clock meeting–but somehow, everything turned out okay.

And because it is Friday, take a look at my good friend Kate making her debut as the host of Broad & High–a PBS show (it is v PBS) about the art scene in central Ohio. I loved it–and want more Kate!

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I’M WRAPPING PRESENTS AND PUTTING THEM UNDER MY TREE.

I ventured to DUMBO, Brooklyn yesterday on a Christmas errand. It is so strange there–because you are just in the shadow of these big bridges–and the sounds of bridge traffic can be quite overwhelming at certain places. Anyway, I did take some total blogger photos of the area.

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At least, I didn’t have someone take a picture of me in the street wearing an outfit that tries too hard. Also, this happened last night and thinking about it gives me anxiety.