Nightstand: Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O’Farrell. I think I only have a few pages left of this – I’m savoring it. It’s wonderful and rich with detail.
Coffee table: The Child Eater by Rachel Pollack .This is so creepy and beautiful, like an old school fairy tale (aka: full of darkness).
On the metro: Sisters of Treason by Elizabeth Fremantle. I am enjoying this one somewhat so far…it’s not dazzling me, but I still want to know what happens next. I’m only about 1/4 of the way through, so there’s still time for it to knock my socks off.
Audiobook: Nothing at the moment.
About.com just published a list of the top 5 fine jewelry blogs, and guess who’s on there? I’ll give you a hint: me!!
Look at these black-footed kittens. LOOK AT THEM.
Now watch this cute baby wiggle his eyebrows and laugh with delight.
This #RecoveryIs project is a beautiful look at eating disorder recovery.
Thinking of proposing by presenting your love with an engagement ring stuck (or hidden) in food? first, you should read this story about an engagement-ring-in-milkshake gone horribly wrong.
A very cool post about the history of the Smithsonian.
iDazzle’s Monica wrote a beautiful and poignant little piece about writing. So much amen to this.
I’m really into the colors in the J. Mendel Resort Collection handbags.
‘Being a perfect girl can kill you’ – extract from Unspeakable Things by Laurie Penny. Difficult and beautiful.