Let's put some posies underneath to
make it feel like it's still the same flowers blog.
Now tell us about this cooking or writing.
The movie was cleverly presented allowing smooth transitions from one woman’s story to the other. I giggled at the simple sight gags. Meryl Streep’s acting was right on and made me believe she truly was Julia, not Meryl. It was fun to watch and a great reminder that the more things change, the more they stay the same. (I know that is another cliche, but really, people, how can you say it any better than that?)
That does look like a cute movie. I couldn't pass up that picture with Streep holding the chicken. lol. Ahem. Now, let's get to your book.
I remember my mother having it. Hmm. Maybe it's still around the house.
In todays world of TV, printed cookbooks and online recipes, is it fair to ask who your favorite is?
And your Coda to Murder looks like a fun cozy read, J.Q.
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