Have a Cozy Weekend. | Cup of Jo

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What are you up to this weekend? My friend is throwing herself a 44th birthday party, where everything is four-themed, including a four-tune teller. Curious what he will reveal about our futures! Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…

This week’s Big Salad issue reveals two magical Paris itineraries, a funny trend we spotted, the best way to take tourist photos, and six French recipes. Read it here, if you’d like.

Have you seen The Dry, the Irish dark comedy? I started it last night, and it’s excellent so far.

Sweetheart pizzas for Valentine’s Day.

Very into cotton sweaters as the weather warms up. How pretty is this crewneck and this cardigan?

Stinge watching is the opposite of binge watching. “When I find a new show I really like…instead of getting hooked and then blasting through all the available episodes, I’ll slow down or even stop watching so as to prolong the pleasure. I feel like a squirrel, hoarding nuts for the winter.”

I am a boomer’s phone and I will not be silenced, lol

Wouldn’t you love to sleep in this house in Joshua Tree? (NYTimes gift link)

White Lotus season three will be filmed at a Four Seasons resort in Thailand. This season “is going to be longer, bigger, crazier,” says Mike White. The first season was all about money; the second about sex; the third will be about death and spirituality.

Cute swimsuit cover-up.

Intrigued by this face mask, since the reviews are off the charts. My friend said her face looks like “bouncy glass.”

How well can you score on a Curb Your Enthusiasm quiz? (NYTimes gift link)

Very beautiful cakes.

Busted, haha.

Plus two reader comments…

Says Elle on this poem made me gasp: “My 19-month-old baby is very into animal sounds. If you ask him, ‘What does Mama say?’ he replies either ‘Hi, baby!’ or ‘I love you!’ which thrills me.”

Says Saren on what clothes make you feel sexy: “My MIL (an extremely beautiful, aspirational wonder of a woman) recently took me shopping for Christmas. We went to Target and Old Navy, and she managed to pick out the prettiest pieces. Finally, I said, ‘Do you want to know what I will use and what feels like ME?’ And she replied, ‘Yes, of course.’ We walked out with socks with dog patterns and a patterned pajama onesie. Cheers to women supporting the truest versions of ourselves!”

(Photo by Jenny Jungle/Stocksy.)

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