Winning a Broadway ticket lottery for the first time.
Finishing and adoring Gavin and Stacey just in time for James Corden’s announcement of a Christmas special.
Soaring through the Morgan Matson books I hadn’t read yet.
Getting the shivers over The Act and reading countless articles about Gypsy Rose Blanchard.
Seeing Aaron Tveit in concert.
Being unable to put down Samira Ahmed’s important, heartbreaking book Internment.
Attending the AMC Networks Summit and being in the same room as the women of Killing Eve.
Interviewing interesting, kindhearted stars who remind me why I love what I do.
Covering my first red carpet, where I saw the tops of Emily Blunt and John Krasinski’s heads, watched Kenan Thompson and Alfonso Cuarón do interviews next to me, and shook hands with Tony Shalhoub and Marin Hinkle.
Continuing to devour anything Dolly Alderton writes.
Reading memoirs by Katy Tur, Beck Dorey-Stein, and Alyssa Mastromonaco, the latter two having worked in President Obama’s White House while the first was a MSNBC reporter covering President Trump’s 2016 campaign.
Watching Fosse/Verdon, a requirement for any theater nerds.
Finishing a first and second draft of a book, followed by plotting another book while waiting for friends’ feedback.
Reading J. Randy Taraborrelli’s fascinating The Kennedy Heirs.
Still feeling bitter about the cancellation of the hilarious, underrated The Kids Are Alright.
Planning to see, write, and do even more.