2 Lemons, 1 Blerg.

Once upon a time this blog contained observations, musings, and other exciting moments from DC to Singapore. It showcased:

The story of two awesome ladies: J (aka, me) and K. Back when we lived in the same state, we essentially ran this town – and by “ran this town,” I mean we drank all the wine and judged all of the people. Clearly, it was the greatest thing that had ever happened to the DC metro area.

That is, until someone got the bright idea to pack up everything and move halfway around the globe. Now, we’re separated by a manifest destiny’s worth of land, a ridiculously large ocean, and more time zones than you can shake a stick at.

That doesn’t mean we still can’t run this town.

Our solution? Spread this awesomeness between us like a really awesome peanut butter and jelly sandwich via the interwebs. We are here to reflect upon the mundanity and minutiae of our lives while acting like it’s amazingly new and different than everyone else’s mundanity and minutiae.

Except… for the one of us living in a completely unfamiliar and foreign country, it *is* amazingly new and different.

Stay tuned for more from K and me. We’ll talk about our lives in deep and meaningful ways while emulating Liz Lemon much more than should really be allowed outside of 30 Rock.

That was Part I.

In keeping up with our own transitions, including (even more) migration, the blog was unfairly left as a repository of dusty (albeit timeless and witty) conversation.

Part II is a reinvigorated GMGM. After collecting deep thoughts and unpacking baggage, the blog is bigger and better. This time there are more awesome ladies. Writer ladies. Ladies with all the feelings. And opinions. And such.

Stay tuned.

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