At one point on Sunday, I witnessed a couple of twenty-somethings (male and female)literally fondling a couple of these books before they came over to buy one. I can most definitely relate to this.
On Monday, E, Z, and I went out for brunch at a nearby restaurant.
No, the phone never leaves that girl's hands.
There were hundreds of intriguing herbal concoctions on display and we felt like we were in some weird apothecary in the Harry Potter world.
What on earth is "False Unicorn Root", for instance?
We purchased some lovely soy candles and this poster.
Today, so far, is very quiet and peaceful.
Found ivy growing in our garden. I have no recollection of planting it here, but it's staying. One of the few things that isn't either wilting, burnt or dead due to this horribly dry summer.
Smoochy kitties are always a good thing.
....... and the sky is this colour.
This paragraph, from Tana French's "Broken Harbour". So very true.