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Sweet Child O’ Mine

This is all kinds of awesome. My favorite part is her joke about the vegetarians. Enjoy!

More on Julia

I read Julia’s autobiography — yeah, I call her Julia ’cause in my imagination, we’re bestiesMy Life In France while I was going through the transition of resigning from my corporate gig to become a full-time author. If you’re looking for inspiration to charge ahead for the things that are really important to you, My Life In France might be just the nourishing read you need.

Have any of you read Dearie: The Remarkable Life of Julia Child yet? It’s on my must-read list, and I’m wondering if I should bump it up in priority on my list.

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4 Responses to “Sweet Child O’ Mine”

  1. Annie says:

    I saw this video the other day! I have Dearie in audiobook, and I’m only a chapter in but so far it’s been about the history of Pasadena, CA and Julia’s grandfather. I’m sure it’ll pick up, and maybe it’s a faster read than a listen, but I will definitely go read her autobiography as well.

  2. maddy says:

    Love this! What a seriously wonderful combination.

  3. Roni/Mom says:

    Adorable!! One day people will be watching videos of YOU, “Well Fed With Mel”

  4. Suzy says:

    Wow, this made me cry! I recently started a biography. I’m glad to hear she has an autobiography; I’ll pick that up instead. I love her humor and eloquence. She is my spiritual fairy godmother.

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