A Thursday (and a little bit of Wednesday)

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On Wednesday after work I went up to Midtown and Thedi's rooftop. I can't believe this was the first time I was there. Such an amazing view. We shared a bottle of rosé and talked about stupid boys and kind boys and where we want to work. Basically all we ever talk about nowadays. When the wine was out we went to Rosemary's in West Village to eat dinner with Jakob, where we continued talking about previous subjects. Only he threw some girls in the mix.

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Yesterday I woke up to the hottest, most humid day yet. I went to Fika before work and had an iced-coffee to cool down.  

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The day went on and I went up to Midtown to eat lunch with Elton by Halal Guys who's supposedly the best food vendors in New York. And it was yum for sure. We walked down towards Times Square and I felt like I could faint from the heat and the tourists, but got saved by an AC'd subway. It's amazing how much you appreciate the subway during these hot days and hate them so much on any other day.

I went back to the office and did nothing for the whole day except for having two beers with some co-workers at the Thursday bar. While waiting for Paula to get back to me about our dinner destination, I went out and bought a banana that I ate while sitting on a stoop and taking pictures of myself.

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And the dinner destination was this; Barraca. A Spanish place with delicious sangrias and tapas. Thedi, Paula and I ordered a pitcher of sangria and picked our faves from the menu. We were all a little knackered from the heat, so when we finished our food we decided to go home. 

I get home to my room which is more of a sauna these days. While laying naked on my bed, trying to cool down a little bit, Elton texts me suggesting we go out and meet up with Will and some other people. Anything getting me out of my room seems like a great idea so I put on the lightest dress I own and go meet up with them. After a beer at some college bar in the Village we go to Brooklyn and Union Pool where some other Miami Ad Schoolers are hanging out. There's a lot to talk about with people graduating the next day or leaving New York or getting recognition for work. Suddenly it's 4.30 and I'm walking home with Elton and Will, still sweating in the 32 degree heat. 

And today is my last day at Havas! Now it's time for break.