This episode was a wake up call for me that there is more to life than just work. A girl needs to have fun also, and as for the last few months, I am sure I was probably giving off that unavailable vibe. I was so stuck in what I need to do, accomplish and get through that I really wasn't focused on what I needed personally. Fashion week had come to a close and although things are never super quiet at People's Revolution, these past weeks had been a bit slower. I am definitely open to meeting all types of guys and the first one that caught my eye was Lucien -- he was sweet, had great energy and obviously super cute. We had fun and ended up hanging out for a few weeks until he'd had to leave to go back to Seattle. He was inspiring and so far from my reality that it just worked and was a great distraction from my highly chaotic and dramatic life. There was something about him, when I saw him skateboarding down West Broadway that made me scream out for him to come over and hang out. This is definitely not a usual thing for me as I tend to be a bit more shy when it comes to boys, but for some reason I felt inclined to get his attention.
Just to tell you I love the show...and also ask if you and Emily where able to read Kelly's book before it went to press??
Honestly if you wanted Andrew to be a more productive member of the team you should treat him as a member of the team, not your whipping boy. It's sad to see you pass on the treatment you received...start a new system of 'well this is WHY I need it like this..' not just 'I can't believe you couldn't read my mind!!'
I totally agree FormerPRgirl - quality comes from the top. If you are frenetic and unfocused, don't be surprised when your assistant is as well. I have been on both sides of the desk - and I will never be the type of employer that misdirects my unhappiness on my employees.