Jenny's Favorites: February Edition

I've seen a little bit of everything this month, sun, snow, work and a few precious days of rest. Here are a few things that have gotten me through! 

1. The Aviator's Wife is an historical fiction telling of Ann Lindbergh's life. If you liked The Paris Wife you'll enjoy this one. I read it on a flight, and it was a bit ironic to think that I was up in the air, flying across a continent in part due to the work of Charles and Ann Lindbergh.

2. If you happen to be in Portlnd, check out Little Big Burger.  Great little burgers with local beef and TRUFFLE FRIES. YUM.

3. While in Mexico and got a new Frida bag! Thanks to Amazon, you too can have one. I'll have to remember they are available online when I inevitably wear a hole into this one.

4. If you are in need of a comfy shirt, this is the softest thing I've ever worn. Thanks for making comfortable but stylish clothes Free People.

5. Speaking of Portland, I recently found Portland Bee Balm at Whole Foods and for chapped winter lips, I think it's actually better than Burt's Bees, which I've been a big fan of for years. Gasp. Also, I love the idea of supporting a small (somewhat) local business.

6. Teresa introduced me to Haim, yes, I realize I'm a little late to the party on this one, but I'm enjoying them none the less. Three sisters start a band with a bit of an 80's vibe, I'm in.

7. See's lollypops were something I loved as a child, and recently discovered, they are available at pretty much every airport. The perfect something sweet for long flights.

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