Join us Thursday evening, January 5th, for Charade with Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. We'll be talking about the film afterwards and having peppermint tea, hot chocolate, peppermint twists and more goodies! 6 pm in the auditorium.
Some of the best reading of childhood comes from Louisa May Alcott's Little Women, Little Men and the following books. I fondly remember these books, which I frequently re-read as a child. The movies were so pleasant, too! If you haven't watched them with your little ones, they might be good ones for the holiday vacation.
What's your favorite movie or book to watch at the holidays? There are so many to choose from these days! For many years (read decades) my favorite was White Christmas. I can quote the lines and sing all the songs. Lately, though, I haven't watched every single year. Time for a new favorite? I'm open for suggestions!
While reading this weekend, I actually found myself holding my breath. The challenge I've set myself recently is to try new authors, and one of the first I selected is best-selling thriller author Greg Hurwitz. His newest publication is You're next,and the title might tell you just how intense the tension and terror are throughout. Michael Wingate was abandoned at age 4, grew up in a foster home, always looking for his dad to come back.
I made a pretty basic mistake with Bobby Flay's Bar Americain Cookbook--I started looking it over right around lunchtime. By the time my coworker got back from his lunch break, I was seriously wanting to gnaw the book. It looks that good.