It's been a while since I have done one of these and they are so much fun. Seemed like an easy post for me while I am still doing a girl's weekend in San Diego.
The hotel we are staying at L'Auberge Del Mar is beautiful, relaxing with a fabulous staff. And you know me, I am all about food, so when I learned the chef at the hotel's Kitchen 1540 was a hot ticket, I knew I was going to be in for some good eating! Needless to say, top on the list this week for things that J'adore is L'Auberge!
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Spotted on SF Girl by the Bay a little while back, I absolutely love this mini-poster which reinforces a sentiment that I often feel on the weekends!
A huge bookworm, I am totally in love with this book laptop cover. It is a very unique way to protect a Mac Book with character.
From Internet Therapy a shared illustration by Doug Savage on the exciting lives of cats, if my Jessica is any testament, this is completely true!
Love the look of this bag spotted on Le Train Bleu, it's called The Francis Pettygrove Satchel, named after the pioneer and entrepreneur who co-founded the city of Portland, Oregon. Pretty interesting, pretty bag.
That's it for this edition!
What about you? Have you spotted anything you wanted to share?
I loooove these posts. That satchel is divine!!!
@AndiP, isn’t it cool, unusual shade of blue for a bag.
Okay, now I want to get a Mac Book just so I can have one of those Book Bookcovers!! Brilliant!!!
As for any of mine, they are totally boring. Like this, for example: I want to get my hands on some of that jellied cranberry sauce in a can for Thanksgiving. I think since this is my third Thanksgiving without it, I need to find some of that stuff — probably at Thanksgiving (the store in Paris) or maybe somewhere else… Silly. But now I can’t stop thinking about it! 😀
Heh — this would be kind of funny as a Ghetto Paris Living installment, though, haha! I’ll have to think about that one… 😉
@Karin, love cranberry sauce like that, my hubby too. You should be able to find some, I did and I didn’t live in Paris!