Round-Up - March 2012
Of the DVDs I watched, I really liked Young Adult a lot, and I think I liked Melancholia, though that one is a bit of a stumper...
Books Read: Six. Click through to read my brief reviews, where applicable.
Starter for Ten by David Nichols
Whateverland: Learning To Live Here by Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman Hutt
Zone One by Colin Whitehead
Left In the Dark by R.A. McBride
Bringing Adam Home by Les Standiford and Det. Sgt. Joe Matthews
The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson
Fancy Dinners Out: One fancy dinner, at Alfred's Steakhouse, which was great. I hadn't been to Alfred's since they moved from their former Broadway location, but the place where they are now looks like it's been theirs forever. It's the perfect old school steakhouse.
And while this dinner wasn't really fancy, it did feature a star: My friend and I basically had dinner with Lauren Hutton at Hunan Home's in Chinatown. Sure, she wasn't actually sitting with us, but she was in the restaurant, right across from us, so I think that counts, yes?
Live Shows Seen: None!
Shoes Bought: I don't think I bought any shoes in March, but I did remember I bought a pair in February that I forgot to list: these pink flats from Target, which I got for 50% off. A friend also gave me a couple of pairs of vintage heels that were too big for her. I've only got a picture of one of them right now, though. Glittery!