Monday, November 26, 2012
I’m into Jazz. Not Carrie Mathison into Jazz, but I dig it. And it’s a known fact that Jazz album covers are the best around. I submit the following as proof of my argument. They don’t make ‘em like they used to. All covers found here. ______________________________________________________________________
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
I wrote all about how I loved every inch of the Kelly Wearstler designed Viceroy Anguilla, so really, it's no surprise I would love every inch of that bitches' closet. Can you believe this thing? It looks like an upscale Claire's. I am dying inside because I know my closet will never look a damn thing like this, and that is a tragedy of the highest order. Won't you share in my pain? See more here.
Monday, November 19, 2012
Thursday, November 8, 2012
I’m heading to San Francisco, Sonoma, Napa and Hog Island for my annual California tour of duty. I’ll be back soon with lots of photos of food and most likely a few extra lbs around my mid-section. See you then!
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
While without power during the after effects of Frankenstorm, I got a lot of reading (by candlelight...not great) done and realized I hadn’t posted a required reading list since this summer! During the colder months, there’s nothing I like better than staring at my unused yoga ball and reading a good book. Here’s what I’ll be reading this Winter. 1. The Art of Fielding – This book and I got through Hurricane Sandy, one page at a time. 2. Gone Girl – All my friends rave about this book, and I trust them implicitly. 3. Rules of Civility - A recent favorite, this book is beautifully written and I couldn't put it down! 4. The Bucolic Plague - A story about a gay couple who buy a farm in Upstate New York and have no clue what do with it. Hilarious and inspiring. 5. The Chaperone - I'm judging this one based solely on the cover. I'm sold.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Apologies for my lack of posting. I’ve been picking up the pieces post-Sandy and slowly getting back into the groove. We lost power, heat and water for 5 days, and while that was a major inconvenience, I’m feeling blessed to have a roof over my head this evening, while others don’t. My heart goes out to all those who are suffering as a result of Sandy. If you’d like to make a donation the Red Cross, you can help here.