Friday, July 17, 2009

Things that Make Me Smile

1) BOOKS!
My first true love. Here are the books I'm currently reading, to varying degrees of success:


Here's a snippet from The Bunny's extensive bookshelves; when I saw this collection early on in our courtship I knew he was a keeper:

(Apologies for the low quality of my photos. I'm relying on my Blackberry until I buy a new camera cord, which is on today's to-do list)

2) Princeton's new Bridge Program
I heard this was in the works and received an official email today with the following description:
"Twenty Princeton students will defer the start of their freshman year at Princeton this fall to spend a tuition-free enrichment period abroad focused on public service as the first participants in the University's Bridge Year Program."
I wish this had been in place when I was there, so I'm glad that 20 students are going to partake in this wonderful opportunity. I hope someday every university will offer a similar program.

3) Cynthia Rowley's tulle skirt:

(It looks better in person, and I would buy it in black.)


4) Ivanka and Jared's love.
Seriously, read this article (props to CHW for bringing it to my attention). She's my shiksa hero, and their love story is one for the ages!


5) TAG's care package.
It arrived yesterday with a note telling me that I did, in fact, deserve to veg out a bit. Thanks for being so thoughtful, for understanding me, and for bringing a huge smile to my face.

Have a wonderful weekend!
Cxx.

5 comments:

JGIWC said...

I love you!

Patrice said...

Roald Dahl is so good, and it was only a few years ago that I came to understand that he'd written stories for grown ups as well! Some of them are just so wicked and hilarious. And I believe he's one of the best authors to study plot from.

Britt said...

Random Fact: I was born on Roald Dahl's birthday. :-)

I love pictures of books. :-)

MCW said...

That tulle skirt is adorable...I would never be able to pull it off! But wish I could!

Kate said...

I am jealous of that Roald Dahl collection!