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Shoshana L. Clark

I like a little bit of everything and sometimes a lot of one thing.

Picked up some snapdragons this morning. I love summer.

Picked up some snapdragons this morning. I love summer.

I like cancelled plans. And empty bookstores. I like rainy days and thunderstorms. And quiet coffee shops. I like messy beds and over-worn pajamas. Most of all, I like the small joys that a simple life brings.

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wmagazine:

Rosamund Pike gets in touch with her dark side. 
Photograph by David Fincher; W magazine May 2014. 

wmagazine:

Rosamund Pike gets in touch with her dark side. 

Photograph by David Fincher; W magazine May 2014. 

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rexdart6:

Happens to me all the time.

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npr:

Unlike many celebrity chefs, who treat cooking like some mystical and convoluted ritual, Ina Garten (The Barefoot Countessa) approaches each dish with the nonchalance of someone who could be doing something else. That’s because she could be. Between 1974 and 1978, Garten worked in the Office of Management and Budget at the White House; starting in 1976, she was responsible for the budget of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and for part of the Department of Energy’s. How Garten went from analyzing nuclear policy to overseeing her own cooking empire is one of the unlikelier stories of American reinvention.
— How Ina Garten went from nuclear policy analyst to beloved chef. Mark Joseph Stern - Second Acts - Slate Hive
Photo: Therealbs2002/Wikipedia

npr:

Unlike many celebrity chefs, who treat cooking like some mystical and convoluted ritual, Ina Garten (The Barefoot Countessa) approaches each dish with the nonchalance of someone who could be doing something else. That’s because she could be. Between 1974 and 1978, Garten worked in the Office of Management and Budget at the White House; starting in 1976, she was responsible for the budget of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and for part of the Department of Energy’s. How Garten went from analyzing nuclear policy to overseeing her own cooking empire is one of the unlikelier stories of American reinvention.

How Ina Garten went from nuclear policy analyst to beloved chef. Mark Joseph Stern - Second Acts - Slate Hive

Photo: Therealbs2002/Wikipedia

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tanamarie88:

Foody humor.

tanamarie88:

Foody humor.

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