I feel ya, Emma. Five years ago, when I named my pup (see avatar -- get it? "Avatar"?) after my maternal grandmother Ava, I was a quirky outlier. Now this. I have always been fond of Vermont, though. . .
Is "The Object of Beauty" a "faulty" novel, or merely a "flawed" one? Discuss.
I don't, but I am betting that the thing that avoids blandness is lemon juice.
No? I thought Timothy Dalton did a pretty good job. . . .
People with either very sick, or very progressive, parents.
#1 is "Horrors of the Black Museum." The others, you're on your own.
Where can I get one? I have a sudden overwhelming desire to be a proper stopper shopper!
I'M TRYING TO DRAW HER BACK!
I am glad my gesture has not gone unnoticed. Not only have I not made my bed since the day you left, I haven't even changed the sheets.
And how could she not?