Am I the only person who thought the Mona Lisa was underwhelming? It's like a tiny painting on a huge wall protected by glass and with a permanent crowd of 30+ people around it.
I'm not a big new age or self-help reader, but this little book always helps soothe my agitated soul. It has simple advice that helps put everything in perspective. My favorite is to not take things personally, that the person who is on your back is working out their own problems -- so don't let their problems become yours.
And it really is a "little book" -- short and almost pocket-sized.
When Pham's last restaurant, Azia, closed, I thought I'd never have his delicious cranberry-cream cheese fried wontons again...but I was wrong!
This is a great place for dinner with friends -- the adjourn to the chic Caterpillar Lounge in the back for cocktails.
Loved this book! Never wanted it to end. Some people said that Hemingway fans wouldn't like it, but I think it portrayed Papa in a very fair light. It also made me miss Paris like crazy.
The writing style is sweet and lyrical. I'll probably read it again.