Selena’s Book Review:
READ THIS BOOK RIGHT NOW. HARD STOP.
Seriously, though, I want to read more books like this. I am so, so, so captivated by stories about the multiple identities of women, about the secrets people keep from those they love the most, about families and memories, and about the ghosts that haunt us. I love books that make me cry and that help me better understand some of my own complicated feelings. This book did both.
More books like this, please.
We jokingly referred to these as Avocado Editions (the California version of our Olives) but it is serious business how sick this box set is. Like, I’ve-considered-booking-a-flight-to-California sick.
California Bookstore Day, May 3rd. Find out where you can get this here.
Now that we are *almost* homeowners and won’t be moving again for many, many years it’s time for me to start buying non-Kindle books again.
This is going to be my first purchase.
(Books and music about California stole my heart and imagination when I was young and are entirely responsible for my move out there. I could have lived there forever but I had to come back east to see about a boy.)
After work manicures and rosé with one of my best girls and home in time to put this little boy to bed. Nice way to start my long weekend.
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But something is changing. More than 1.5 million mayors, moms, cops, teachers, survivors, gun owners, and everyday Americans have come together to make their own communities safer. Together, we are fighting for the changes that we know will save lives.
Everytown starts with you, and it starts in your town.
Found while cleaning: Remnants of a former life - a disposable camera, a belly button ring, and a Cape Cod bracelet.
Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? — Mary Oliver
Must get to a patio and order a glass of rosé ASAP.
Winter coat pocket contents: A bag of Nilla Wafers, three Eos lip balms, $4.36 in change, Dior lipgloss (643), a bottle of Essie’s Saturday Disco Fever, Afrin, keys, and my work badge. Just the essentials!
Baked ziti everywhere!