Now that the stores are full on Christmas…as well as TV channels…

To Read: Ghosted by Rosie Walsh.  I thought this was an interesting love story- not without fault, but a slightly different twist on love and fate.

To See: Beautiful Boy- movie in theaters. This is a tough movie for parents as it deals with a teen sinking into the depths of addiction, but I thought it was well done.  Apparently the book written by David Sheff is even better

To Listen: I put this weeks playlist on shuffle and these are the first five things that came up:

  1. La Boeuf sur la Toit Op. 58 Milhaude- beautiful piece
  2. Nine Inch Nail- Ahead of ourselves
  3. USA for Africa- We Are the World
  4. Madonna (Timberlake) 4 Minutes
  5. Rufus Wainwright- Going to a Town

To Read: Living Forever Chic: Frenchwomen’s Timeless Secrets for Everyday Elegance by Tish Jett. I sort of love these lifestyle books.  I’m going to do a blog about this for anyone interested in what I learned and what I interpreted from this

To Do: New York Botanic Garden- Kiku- There are Japanese chrysanthemum that only bloom for about two weeks a year, which happens to be now.  Spectacular.  I will be doing a picture blog this week about them.

To go to: Morgan Library: It’s Alive! Frankenstein at 200.  Fantastic exhibit if you are a fan of Frankenstein and the genre it’s created.  This book is especially timely in todays environment, and the movies are just fun.

And that wraps up my week!


9 thoughts on “Week in Review November 4

  1. New York City is so pretty during the Christmas season. I always enjoyed Lord & Taylor’s windows and then having a cup of great coffee or hot chicken soup at the little diner across from them. I imagine times and places have changed but it is still a great city for the holidays.

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