Weekend Links / / LeBlanc & Friends

grapefruit

Nashville is experiencing a mini polar vortex. Currently, it’s 19° but the windchill makes it feel like 9°. Locals don’t quite know how to handle it. 🙂 One of my favorite aspects about winter is the abundance of citrus fruit available: clementines and grapefruits are always stocked in our fridge. Not only do they look bright and cheery, I actually feel bright and awake after eating them!

/ / Abby reviewed Lena Dunham’s memoir and it’s on point with exactly how I felt while reading Not That Kind of Girl (I actually still have a few chapters left). She compared and contrasted it to Amy Poehler’s memoir, Yes, Please. Which reminds me, I still need to buy it!

What is everyone reading? I need a good novel to dive into.

/ / Erin’s quick breakfast tostado is one of those go-to meals I like to make on busy nights. Breakfast for dinner regularly happens in our house. Put an egg on it, is what I always say.

/ / I enjoyed following Anne’s fall capsule wardrobe and I’m glad she is continuing into winter. Winter is a hard season to be creative. All I want to wear is giant sweaters and fuzzy socks!

/ / Emily shared a few observations on living in the south, which were very similar to my own. I’m not sure when “y’all” will become my greeting. “You, guys” just comes far too naturally!

/ / The amount of television Jordan and I watch has drastically decreased ever since we got rid of cable. It’s impossible to keep track week to week without a DVR, so we utilize our libraries DVD selection a lot. We enjoy watching a show together, but after finishing the entire run of, How I Met Your Mother nothing clicked.

That is until we began watching Episodes. The show follows two show runners of a British sitcom after they move to LA to create an american version. It stars Matt LeBlanc as a fictitious version of himself, which is very fitting since Friends was recently released on Netflix. I love the witty banter and gentle industry mocking.

Happy Weekend!

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16 thoughts on “Weekend Links / / LeBlanc & Friends”

  1. That grapefruit looks amazing. I’m going to have to check out Episodes. I love Matt LeBlanc. I’m reading Unbroken right now (I have this thing about needing to read any book before I see a movie based on said book) and I’m really enjoying it. I don’t usually read a lot of Non-fiction but it’s written really well.

  2. Oh I LOVE Episodes!! It’s hilarious. Those 2 British leads are brilliant actors and have done so much – them together in this show is great. Plus, Matt LeBlanc playing himself (& a bit of a jackass, pardon my French) is fantastic! 🙂
    That is a great shot of the grapefruits – I always feel awake / vibrant after eating them too 🙂

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