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Anthropologie at The Grove Offers “Earth Day Our Way” with Oceanic Arts & Crafts for Kids on Thursday April 19 at 11 am.
|April 19, 2012|
When I was at Anthropologie this morning I picked up a beautiful invitation:
Earth Day Our Way from Anthropologie The Grove
“Bring your little one in to enjoy Oceanic Arts and Crafts.” recommended for ages 5-10.
Thursday April 19 at 11am.
|April 19, 2012|
Jenny Lawson : The Bloggess
If you are not yet acquainted with Jenny Lawson, The Bloggess (thebloggess.com), check her out immediately, and then sign up to see her at Writers Bloc.
Thursday April 19 at 7:30 pm
Writers Guild Theater, 135 South Doheny Drive, Beverly Hills
Her blog has become a destination vacation from the dreary ordinariness of so many other ordinary and boring blogs. The Bloggess –irreverent, odd, and pretty hilarious– reminds us that there’s some comfort in having a conventional and “normal” upbringing.
Millions of readers flock to her site to read about her observations, misadventures, and analysis of everything from motherhood to pop culture. In her new book, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened, Jenny claims that although she reveals much in her blog about her completely unorthodox childhood, she leaves the best stuff for the book. You know it’s going to be interesting when you learn that her father was a taxidermist, who conducted his business in all of its gory glory, from the house. That her parents are characters is an understatement—and Jenny’s stories are affectionate, but really hilarious reflections of experiences no one could possibly make up.