|The Den looooves Faux Fuchsia's favorite neutral and how MaiTai shifts it into high gear.|
Our Darling Trudye (the Houston Fashionista who Becca Cason Thrash tries desperately to emulate) is The Den's Curator of Animal Prints and has assembled quite an impressive array for the upcoming ceremony.
Heavy hors d'oeuvres with Champagne and antelope will be served.
|'George Eliot' pen name of Mary Anne Evans|
Aged 30 by the Swiss artist Alexandre Louis François d'Albert Durade (1804–86)
This Saturday November 22nd is our very own DaniBP's fabulous MopPhil Book Club (see my preview in right margin) which is always a stimulating free-for-all that begins mid-morning DaniBP (Toronto) time. The selection this go round is Middlemarch by George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans) considered to be the greatest novel in the English language by none other than Julian Barnes, Martin Amis, and the The Telegraph. If you have not yet read it please do and one option is to listen to the audiobook (which I'm doing) on audible.com. If you aren't a member and want to try it out, the first book is free. Even if you haven't read it, please stop by and jump in whenever the urge strikes. Since Dani has her home under major renovation, I am assisting with the Book Club hosting duties and will have a little preview up on Friday.
Did you hear I had the good fortune of having my first 'blog date' with the very beautiful and charming Blue Booby ("girlie not Butch") and her charming mountain of a man 'Hunter'? I had a fabulous time (so I'm told) and owe them a night on the town their next trip up which I anxiously await.
In other fabulous news our very own Wendy just signed with a literary agency and is one step closer to getting published. We had the champagne flowing in The Den last night to celebrate but we were too slow to score any of Barry's birthday cake.