How cool was my mom and my cameo on Kathy’s show? We were very excited about that. This week’s episode of NYC Prep made me feel very uncomfortable the entire time; I loved one girl then hated her, had a major crush on one guy then hated him….now I feel like I’m in Switzerland.
I think Jessie and PC will always have something for each other, but they need to (or PC needs to) concentrate on himself for a little before jumping into another relationship too soon. PC was very brave for going on national television with his therapist. Just about every teenager in the city has seen one, very few admit it though.
I really like Sebastian and Taylor together, they actually have insightful things to talk about, or it seems.
The Upper East Side can be a bubble, it is up to us when we want to pop it, and to what extent. I have always been out of the bubble, by choice of course. Most of my friends are in their 20s and I couldn’t imagine it being differently. I guess it’s my way of still being in the UES, but an older more mature version of it.
I am not a big fan of Intermix (the store Kelli, Camille, and Taylor went to), everything is very overpriced, and I have been subjected to many shopping trips there with the push of my friends. So, I could relate to Taylor feeling uncomfortable. Also, what did Camille expect by asking her those questions? It was a lose-lose situation; Taylor would either say that nothing happened between her and Sebastian and they would have nothing to talk about, or she did kiss him and they still would have nothing to talk about. And what Sebastian and Taylor did was no one’s business…until the show aired I guess. Haha.
HEY ALLY!! i totally love reading your blog!! Please keep writing throughout this season of NYC Prep and i also think you should blog during the nect season of the realhousewives of NYC. Youre and amazinf person and i LoVEE YOUUU!!!
i am glad you posted a blog, i agree about kelli and camile where not in their right to be so nosy. and Kelli kept saying its just a date, its just a date... hello can you say denial?!!
p.s. give your mom a hug for me, she's my fav!!!
You're adorable! Have a great holiday weekend!
(tell your mom I said hello! LOVED her on Kathy's show...what a hoot!
They should have done a show on you and your friends that would have been so cool to whatch.. considering we already kind of know you. But, you have friends who are in their 20's, how? My parents would never let me hangout with 20 year olds on a regular basis. You have to be more in the next season you and your mom remind me oh me and my mom :) Both of you are my favorite!
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Ally, you are a beautiful girl. I have a 16 year old daughter myself. You are a great role model. Your parent should be very proud, I'm sure they are.
You're a great girl, with a good head on your shoulders, and so beautiful! I love your relationship with your mom, that's how it should be. You seem very grounded and any young lady should look up to you.
Wow, I'm glad to see that you can live in the same environment and come out so level-headed and intelligent. I would love to watch a show about you, you seem very relatable.
Hello! You are so pretty. Thank you for blogging! It would be cool to see you on some episodes of this (or another) Bravo show! Zoe is so funny. Her sense of fashion and her sense of humor are both great!
Ally I think you are one of the sweetest young ladies on any reality show right now. I wish you the best.
Kiss your mom everyday when you wake up and go to bed. Being born into a family that can offer you opportunities some may never have (such as myself) yet being able to stay level headed shows how great your upbringing is. Your mom is doing it all right in my book. Stay grounded and true to yourself and you'll never lose. Sorry to say I would be embarrassed if any of these NYC prep cast kids were one of my children. What is the world coming to?
You have been given so many material things and you still have your head on straight. Good for you .Things are nice and I don't have many but what we have in common is a family that loves us and one that instills good values.I'm a grown up with grown children and the values I've given them and love of family are truly the most important things in life.You are so lucky to have your Mom and Bobby and they are lucky to have you!
You have your head on straight, and that is what I appreciate the most about you. Seeing that you feel Intermix is overpriced is definitely up my alley; that's a breath of fresh air. If I could find a style there at somewhere CHEAPER, why not? If someone wants to check my label, MAJOR ISSUE. After all, my best friends and people that matter most don't check my tags every second. You devote your time to much more applicable causes and that's what is important; you know that. After all, in the end we are not judged by the clothes we were but who we were as people. You're a testament to that. You're using your public persona for a good cause, and that's what it should be about. Good luck to you in all that you do, Ally. Things happen for a reason; your exposure to the world of media has opened up doors and pathways for you to express the more meaningful things in life. KEEP IT UP GIRLIE!
Thanks for including my article in the list, Ali! :D Like you say, hopefully it'll be useful to people thinking about purcashing Thesis; make sure you keep checking back for future posts! Also, the Blogussion post is awesome! Seriously, that site seems to get better and better every time I visit! ;)