Wednesday/On My Nightstand/In My DVD Player

On My Nightstand/In my DVD

Apartment Therapy — Fiona at  La Vie en Fifi wrote about this recently and I am ripping through it after picking it up at the library yesterday! (although you are supposed to take 8 weeks to do the action plan). I’m taking notes and enjoying it enormously.

A Gate at the Stairs by Laurie Moore — This was on my library “wait” list for ages, but finally it is my turn. I started it last night and can’t wait to get back to it.

Parenting Without Fear by Paul J. Donahue  — this is a library book that may not be exactly what I was looking for when I saw the title … we’ll see

Nurture Shock by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman — a friend loaned me this one

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson— My SIL loaned me this. I’ve been excited to read it for awhile. Misadventures with Andi also just posted on this.

Reading Lolita in Tehran — another thrift store buy I just barely began before I got a library book in. So far, it seems like it is going to be really good.

The Nautical Chart by Arturo Perez-Reverte — I adore this author and snatched this up at the thrift store.

In my DVD Player

Paris with Juliette Binoche — such a great story and beautiful scenery and inspirational style. i loved this movie.

5 thoughts on “Wednesday/On My Nightstand/In My DVD Player”

  1. Nice look, also with the hair pulled back. Whatever you wear or do looks good on you! You’re a good looking woman. And you’ve got a way with clothes.

    Haven’t seen ‘Paris’ but I remember ‘Chocolate’ with Juliette Binoche, and enjoyed seeing her in that… also liked the reddish pumps she was wearing then.

  2. Hm, just looked up the movie ‘Paris’ on Amazon – it looks amazing! Thanks for the recommendation. Patricia D.

  3. Hard to see the black scarf against the navy jacket, but I am sure those two fabrics look lovely in person. I love blue and black together, especially when the fabrics are different!

  4. I just purchased an indigo velvet jacket from j. crew on sale. I was inspired by your pics. I fell in love with your velvet jacket.

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