Hello, friends. I'm back for a serving of coffee with a side of links. Today's links will be mostly book-centric, as I've been into a literary mood lately after a long, torturing period of impatience with novels.
- This is the cafe and thrift shop I've told you about. The photos are taken from their new facebook page (which is in Hebrew, sorry English-speakers).
- Jacket Copy posted these great photos of people reading around the world.
- A Bloomsbury Life is one of my favorite design/art/pop-culture blogs, and I always feel I've gained some knowledge after reading Lisa's artfully-put words. I think every book-lover will identify with her post on this necklace, and while you there why don't you check out her witty, thought provoking embroidery, now showing in ACME?
- Still speaking of books: This review on "Frankly, My Dear" - a feminist criticism on "Gone With the Wind" - from the New York Times had me re-read it several times since it was published in February. It's high time I read the book itself. What do you think?
- Jezebel re-published this post on mothers and their right to a sense of self from Morning Quickie in honor of Mother's Day. I couldn't agree more. I think it's so important for mothers to have their own lives as women, not wives, sisters, mothers etc. I feel it seems too obvious to write about it, and yet it's so common for women to lose their sense of self to their other roles.
- And on a lighter note, I adore Rifka's creations on BurdaStyle. This dress is too cute!
Check back later for updates on the Oprah Dress and maybe some progress with Kids Clothes Week.
Wishing you a lovely week!