Home today as my boss continues his work overseas...Wednesday too as I have three (!) doctors appointments. As Kim would say: envy me at your leisure. 
So, though I've tidied up the kitchen and been to the pharmacy, I also spent the morning loafing on the internet.

Has anyone used this? I am forever searching for a liner for my waterline that does not rub off or fade away.

I have a cart waiting for me at Sephora. I need a ship to come in - as it were. This foundation is great.

Old Lady Crush.

Note to me: Puritan Grey?

One of the best things I've read in ages.


I'm having this sometime soon.

I know it's March Madness time. That's all I know. Watch this!

A good read if you are close to someone who is unwell.

A good read for lots of people.

Good to watch.

Two weeks to London!


Paola said…
One again I can't meet you in London. Every time I think about doing so, work gets crazy.
I want to quit.
I WANT to hug you again.
The one about everything is awful was meant for my Mom. Did I tell you I am in MA for, Oh? Another 6 or 8 weeks while Mom recovers from a fractured pelvis. She is 5 weeks into non-stop frustration and exhaustion. We won't even get to the Cape because she can't stand sitting in the car. Every bump in the road makes her gasp with pain.

I spend my days thinking of things to make her perk up a little bit. Yesterday it was as easy as taking her to my cousin's hair salon and getting her a new cut and style.

I always remember how you have handled your recovery. With patience and grace. I know you've had some private times of despair but I'm encouraged by your times of optimism,
Anonymous said…
That spoon thing, wow. Thanks for sharing it.
Badger proud in this house--and any wordsmith/basketball player makes us happy, but Nigel is a class act on top of it, too.

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