I’ve been doing a lot of listening this week–books and podcasts, mostly. And I’m searching for a dress to wear to the Edgar awards at the end of April. I’ll post links each Saturday until I find one. Let me know what you think…
Give it a listen:
Meet Me in Atlantis, by Mark Adams, came out in 2015, but I only heard an interview this week. The story of his personal search for the whereabouts of the mysterious city/state is full of interesting tales and facts.
My husband and daughter are fans of the Mysterious Radio podcast. Now I’m a fan. If conspiracy theories, and tales of aliens and hauntings–told by sincere believers–are your thing, you’ll want to give it a listen.
Who couldn’t listen to charming Neil Gamin all day long? I’m listing to his Norse Mythology book–lots of fun.
The first chef to get 6 Michelin stars all at once was a Frenchwoman. Amazing.
I’m searching for fancy dresses to wear at the Edgars in April. This one is pretty, though it might be a little short.
Here’s a dress at J. Peterman. But black velvet at the end of April? I may be too traditional for that kind of crazy talk.
A love story about a shelter dog, a sweet woman and bacon.
Check out these desert blooms. Wet winters make for beautiful flowers.
A pregnant woman gives a trophy to the guy who offered her a seat on the subway. A sweet story, but it makes me sad that his act was so extraordinary.
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Exercise: Shoulder massage