I’m not even sure what I am wearing today. I could be wearing Emily’s jeans for all I know. And it’s possible that my cardigan belongs to my husband. It’s long. Maybe too long, which is good, I guess, because my jeans are too tight, because they likely belong to a fourth grader. I haven’t lost my damn mind.
Well, maybe I have.
THIS is my closet right now.
We stripped down the closet “solution” that was in there before, because that was a solution that was working for NO ONE. And my husband, god bless him, is rebuilding the space. It’s massive, actually, which is nice…because it means I will have 9.5 feet x 6.5 feet of hanging space and shelving and baskets (oh, how I love me some baskets!). But for now…I have this.
And that’s only, um, about 1/8 of the pileage that I have going on in my bedroom right now.
And because I enjoy messing around with my baby-loving children, I told them that we cleaned out the closet to make room for the new baby. Emily was a bit skeptical, and worried that said baby was going to be living in a room without windows and where in the heck was I going to put all of my shoes, OMG?!?!? (She gets it, that one) but Isabella and Josh started celebrating and naming their new sibling. “How about Buddy, like the Cake Boss?” Yes, Isabella. How about that?
And because I am stressing about this whole not-having-anywhere-to-put-my-clothing debacle…and of course, it’s FASHION WEEK this week, which is the very worst time of the entire year to not have access to my clothing…I convinced my husband that it’s high time that he take me to see The Social Network, the movie I have been dying to see because of a) my love of all thinks geekery and b) my love of all things Jesse Eisenberg and his hoodie-rocking ways.
And behold. It was FANTASTIC. And there were many, many hoodies.
(Also, did you happen to notice that the Vinklevoss twins have the EXACT same voice as Jon Hamm. It was both sexy and creepy all at the same time.)
(Also, did you know that the TWINS were played by two people who are not even related – Armie Hammer and Josh Pence – and then Fincher pulled a Benjamin Button and they acted out the scenes together and then switched places and then reshot the scenes. Then he digitally grafted Hammer’s head onto Pence’s body. Which is just creepy.)
Honestly, though, I get that it was a work of fiction that was based on The Facebook story and that much of the story was told with the Eduardo Saverin bias and that Mark Zuckerberg was probably not as assy in his weeding out of his business partner, and that his business partner didn’t come through the way he was supposed to. It doesn’t take much more than a quick trip to google to realize that the movie is riddled with inaccuracies.Â So, it’s probably true that Zuckerberg is not the asshole the movie makes him out to be, but, I don’t know, Jesse Eisenberg does a fantastic job making Zuckerberg both completely likable and completely unlikable at the exact same time. And who really knows what sort of contributions Napster wunderkind Sean Parker actually had to the whole facebook story…other than, you know, removing the THE.
So, yes, a work of fiction.
But a bloody ridiculously good work of it.
Now if only I could find any of my hoodies…
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