wine o. wednesday, #39

wine o. wednesday, #39

r-wines

Sorry to be a blog slacker. . .it’s been a crazy week! I went in search of the Prisoner by Orin Swift and found it, for $38.00. I almost bought it but the clerk said it wasn’t that great especially for the price; despite really wanting to toast to Lindsay Lohan’s incarceration . . .I just continue reading

Remember Me

Remember Me

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I should probably start this post by saying. . .it was at the midnight premiere of “New Moon” that I saw the preview for “Remember Me” staring. . .Edward, I mean Robert Pattinson. While I would probably classify myself as Team Edward (if I had to), it was my desire to see how his acting skills were continue reading

wine o. wednesday #38

wine o. wednesday #38

3-girls-cab

I was on the hunt for a particular wine, but was not successful in finding it. On a positive not, at least I know what next week’s wine will be. . .however in my search I did stumble upon an unexpected treasure. Recently two liquor stores opened just minutes from my house; I decided to check out continue reading

Eat, Pray, Love

Eat, Pray, Love

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I started reading “Eat, Pray, Love” by Elizabeth Gilbert because, of course, the movie is about to come out in theaters. I guess I should have realized that this wouldn’t exactly be a peppy, upbeat book because she is dealing with the end of her marriage and going through a tough divorce. With that continue reading

Wish I were already there. . .

So. . .it’s been 5 years since I have been on a trip that was longer than a weekend getaway. . .which means when my friend gchatted me and asked, “Do you want to go to the Dominican Republic in August?” I said yes. That was back in May, a whole 70 or 80-something days away. . . Last week I continue reading

wine o. wednesday, #37

I have to confess that I have actually had wine two nights this week. . .so far. But I’m not really sure Monday night’s wine counts because I’d already had both wines before. In thinking about wine for tonight, I wasn’t sure what to have. . .then I found out on Twitter about Bastille on Bishop. continue reading

Twenties Girl

I have to confess. . .after being forced to read nothing but the classics in high school and then becoming an English major in college, it took me awhile before I could get into reading for fun. Fortunately my first “real” job included quite a bit of traveling with some really fun girls. One of whom continue reading