You'll have to forgive me if this blog is becoming something of a diary about all the new friends it's lead me to making, but I'm endlessly amazed by all of the friendly, beautiful, intelligent and stylish girls there are out there who I never would have had the chance of coming across were it not for this dreamy interweb-blog-land!
On that note, I'm excited to finally be able to post about the wonderful lady behind the blog Faux-Naif! A couple of months ago I received a very cryptic comment from Faux Naif saying she had some exciting news to share with me, and exciting it was! She secretly revealed her long hidden location to me in an e-mail, and it just so happened to be...Montreal! Not two streets away from my first apartment, and only a couple of miles from my current one!
It took us a little while to finally set up a meeting (two full time students, even when they do live in the same city, are not always the easiest people to get together!)....but we finally went for a delicious breakfast at Cafe Joe on St-Antoine on Thursday morning and enjoyed some really delicious grilled cheeses and fried potatoes for breakfast! We reveled in the sunshiney warmth that is so unlike Montreal in March and walked to my very favourite park to take some blog photos together!
She was so sweet, and showered me with endless and way-too-sweet flattery, and she made me feel so good I had an extra skip in my step for the rest of the day! And if you haven't already started following her blog you absolutely must! She's witty and eloquent and poetic and beautiful and sort of sarcastic and self deprecating in the best way possible!
After leaving Quincy's house and coming back home to Montreal it made me sort of sad for a few days to think about how far away my new friend is, and how I wish all of us bloggers could be closer together so we could do fun blogposts together and go on thrifting adventures all the time and just sit around drinking wine and watching old movies, and it sort of feels nice to know there's a likeminded, wonderful girl like that right in my own hometown!
Thanks for the meetup Missy!
(P.S. Quincy I still miss you so much!)