He asked, in the most romantic way possible, and I said YES! I couldn’t be happier and more in love. I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with the man that has swept me off my feet since day one. #engaged #love (at Glassell Park, Los Angeles)
We picked up a stowaway and decided to bring her home. #rubyspaghetti #miniaussie (at Wilton, California)
Just passing through. #nyc #thatlight (at Willamsburg Bridge)
It takes true Accomplishment to know how to respond to the sequential text messages ‘Yeah shes ok I guess’ and ‘Sorry sent that to the wrong person whats up?’ — In this week’s issue, Cora Frazier updates “Pride and Prejudice” ‘s ideals of feminine accomplishment for the twenty-first-century woman. (via newyorker)
"O Gentler Sex, Heed your calling: to truly merit the word “Accomplished,” it is not sufficient for a female to display her Virtues exclusively among her close social Circle. On the contrary, she is to act as a Beacon among the Sexes in the Public Realm; for example, by employing the phrase “best practice” in a business meeting with the authority of someone who knows its true Meaning."
(Source: newyorker.com, via newyorker)
So impressed by my dear (and TALENTED!) friend lorim ‘s portfolio. Bravissima bella!
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Poetry inspired by New York City’s subways:
There is a man
his chest muscles
in repeated jolts
for the entire journey.
I guess it’s an effective workout,
because his pectorals are enormous.
Maybe I’ll try it.
Photograph by Stan Honda/AFP/Getty
Midwestern storm a’brewin (at Eichtens Cheese and Bison)