Links for Your Weekend
Happy Friday! Do you have anything fun planned for the weekend?
Lindsey and I are getting mani/pedis this afternoon and Tom and I are going to see Air and we may grab a burger at Shake Shack first. I’ve never been, have you?
On Fridays, I often share interesting or entertaining things I’ve found around the web. Here’s what I saved to share with you this week.
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I love how sophisticated but warm this Washington D.C. home with a NYC townhouse vibe feels.
This washable(!) linen shirt by L.L. Bean is perfect for warmer temps. It comes in regular, petite, and plus sizes and in several colors, but the very pretty bright blue is what caught my eye.
Saturday marks ten years since the Boston bombings. I remember exactly where I was when I heard about it, do you? I also stayed up all night watching the coverage as they searched for the bombers. Netflix has a new 3-part documentary about that manhunt and I will definitely watch.
The ten prettiest small towns in France.
John Grisham has a sequel to The Firm coming out this fall. I hope it’s as much of a page-turner as the original. It might be fun to re-read that one first.
How Melissa McCarthy travels, including why her carry-on bag is filled with headphones: “I’m convinced they’re all going to break and then I won’t be able to watch my weird British detective shows, which would crush me.”
This blue and white toile weekend bag would make a lovely Mother’s Day gift. The tote is pretty too.
I totally noticed this when I saw pictures of the royal family at Easter.
How to Practice. The subject matter is heavy (helping a friend clean out her dad’s condo after his death prompts the author to take on her own possessions) but the writer is Ann Patchett who writes so well, and not at all depressingly, about these things.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
P.S. New things to watch and read and favorite links of 2022.
“How to Practice”, was just what I needed to get re-energized to thin out our stuff. Thank you for the read. Enjoy your day! 😉