Let's get on with it, before it's May.
Movies Seen: Nine, with one in a theater. That one was Safe House, and you can read my review of it here.
Of the DVDs I watched, the best two were documentaries, and they're both terrific. Being Elmo brought tears to my eyes about five minutes into it, and Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles is just fascinating, but is probably better if you don't really know much about it going in.
Being Elmo is going to be PBS this Thursday at 10 P.M. Watch it!
Books Read: Five. Click through to read my brief reviews.
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Shock Value by Jason Zinoman
Shockaholic by Carrie Fisher
Coffee at Luke's edited by Jennifer Crusie
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foe
Fancy Dinners Out: Two. I'd never been to Bar Agricole before, and it was very good, although I can't remember what I ate! I know I drank an Old Fashioned that had one gigantic ice cube in it. The restaurant itself has a lot of concrete and wood, which, yeah, I realize most buildings are made out of concrete and wood, but the decor of this one just seemed a little off to me. But they have a large outdoor dining area that could be nice on a warm day. It was the first time I'd been in that area of SoMa in many years, and I was surprised by how dead it seems. It used to be the center of San Francisco night life, and now it feels like a ghost town.
The other dinner was at the new version of Original Joe's, now in North Beach. It's a testament to the quality of the restaurant that even though the chicken parmigiana I ordered was partially raw, I'd still go back in a heartbeat...
Live Shows Seen: None!
Shoes Bought: Four pairs! I got these Vince Camuto leopard pumps at Macy's for under 30 bucks.
These Lela Rose heels were only 19 bucks at Payless, and I also got a pair of silver flats there for about 10 bucks.
And finally, I scored the last pair of these super cheap green faux suede flats at H&M.