This evening Christopher and I made pizza from scratch while listening to opera and drinking wine, me in one of his baggy shirts. Then we sat down and watched The Italian Job because we wanted to stick to the Italian theme. It was nice.
Unpopular opinion – I like adulthood, y’all.
There is NOTHING better than wearing a man’s flannel that smells like his cologne. Nothing.
I actually just finished my most recent read on Friday, and haven’t started another since. The one I just finished was The Hand That First Held Mine by Maggie O’Farrell, and I really enjoyed it! It focused on the art and journalism scene back in 1950s/60s London, and was captivating from start to finish.
Before that was The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Pötzsch, which was a historical murder mystery set in 17th century Germany. This one was a bit slower, but I liked it also! I am a history nerd, so combining that with intrigue and romance was a great fit for me.
I’m not great at recalling books to memory offhand, but if you’d like to see my ratings you can check out my Goodreads page. :)