Thankfully, the L train gives me time to time to de-stress- 30-40 minutes to knit or read or just listen to music. What that has to do with anything, I don't know.
I don't know where I was going with this. ANYWAY. Rae said I should post the following and I am, because if she hadn't told me to I probably wouldn't have for reasons listed above. Still with me?
I am 97.4% positive I was on the subway with Randy Harrison tonight. I looked up as the train was coming into the Bedford Avenue station, and I swear my heart leaped into my throat as he walk toward me. This generally only happens with celebrities (or a few guys I know that I find exceptionally... exceptional), so I'm confident it was the real deal. There wasn't enough time before he exited the car to take a pic with my phone, sadly. The only way to be completely sure would have been to follow him as he got off, and I wasn't curious enough to become a stalker over it.
This was my second transportation-related celeb sighting in less than a week. Wednesday I got on the M23 with rae, and as there weren't two seats together, I opted to sit next to the actress I recognized while walking through the bus. I knew Rae would mock me for not knowing the woman's name off the top of my head. I'm really bad at names even in my day-to-day life, it's ridiculous. Turns out I was sitting next to Joan Allen from 7th Avenue to Avenue C, me with my knitting and her with her script, so that was neat.
blah blah de-blah. ::ponders doing homework, working on the cardigan, or getting sleep::