Sisterly Six

This week we celebrated with friends: coming to visit, tying the knot, sharing the Kardashians finale. Don’t judge. You love it too. Here’s to good friends. Oh, and other things we are obsessing over this week.


This book {series of books} has pretty much consumed my existence. Do not let your kids read it.

A note I spotted on an apartment door in Miami. Intriguing…..


New favorite eyeliner for a smokey eye. At a great price point.

Privileged to have been a part of this gorgeous wedding this weekend. {photo by Jeff Kolodny}


Dying to make these dehydrated kale “chips.” {AKA can one of my sisters with a dehydrator please make and send to me}.

Spotted on House of Turquoise. Love the colors.


Niki, Ali + Gavi

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1 Comment on Sisterly Six

  1. Wendy
    March 4, 2012 at 6:12 pm (8 years ago)

    I am not into BDSM stories, but I have to say that I really loved “Fifty Shades of Grey”! This was one of those books that keeps you glued to the pages; staying up reading into the early morning. I found it to be very addicting which is really disturbing for me.

    This is the love story of Anastasia & Christian. Christian is such a complex character. You love him and hate him at the same time and it’s really confusing. He’s the ultimate alpha male, bad boy with a very dark and disturbing desire to inflict pain. He literally gets off on it. He meets and falls for Anastasia. When they meet she is an innocent college student and happens to still be a virgin. This is their love story and its deeply disturbing. Our boy Christian has some serious demons and its making Ana think long and hard about their relationship. This is not your typical boy meets girl let’s date and fall in love romance. He wants to dominate her and he wants her submissive. He comes up with a contract that he wants her to sign. She’s torn between her love for him and her fear of him. She wants to know why he is so Fifty Shades of “f’d” up. She wants to get to the bottom of what happened in his past to make him need this type of relationship and why he hates to be touched. He introduces her to the “dark side” of his sexual habits and in his desire to keep her and make her happy, tries for the “vanilla relationship” she desires. Will Ana embrace Christian’s dark side or will it be more than she can handle? The way he makes love to her is so erotic, steamy, sexy and scary all at the same time.

    I know it does not sound like it, but there is a real love story in this book. Ana brings out serious feelings in Christian that he has never felt before with anyone else. As crazy as it sounds, I have a lot of hope for these two and I am eager to read the next installment.

    Have a lovely day,

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