Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
The Only Woman in the Room
The Only Woman in the Room | Marie Benedict
She possessed a stunning beauty. She also possessed a stunning mind. Could the world handle both? Her beauty almost certainly saved her from the rising Nazi party and led to marriage with an Austrian arms dealer. Underestimated in everything else, she overheard the Third Reich's plans while at her husband's side, understanding more than anyone would guess. She devised a plan to flee in disguise from their castle, and the whirlwind escape landed her in Hollywood. She became Hedy Lamarr, screen star. But she kept a secret more shocking than her heritage or her marriage: she was a scientist. And she knew a few secrets about the enemy. She had an idea that might help the country fight the Nazis...if anyone would listen to her. A powerful novel based on the incredible true story of the glamour icon and scientist whose groundbreaking invention revolutionized modern communication, The Only Woman in the Room is a masterpiece.
Amazon Indiebound Barnes and Noble WorldCat Goodreads LibraryThing
review
Ncostell
post image
Pickpick

This was a look into the life of movie star Hedy Lamarr. Her marriage to a wealthy and abusive arms dealer in her native Austria is detailed as WWII is on the horizon. But she was not just another pretty face, and she took the information gleaned from that relationship and her interest of science and technology to create an invention that could benefit the Allied forces. I would love to learn more about her as she was a fascinating person.

kspenmoll I have this! Great review! I must read it soon! 6d
Crazeedi @kspenmoll it's a great story. 6d
Ncostell @kspenmoll Thanks! It was a quick read but very interesting. Hope you enjoy it too! 6d
61 likes2 stack adds3 comments
review
janeycanuck
post image
Mehso-so

Not as exciting as the blurb made it sound like it would be, but an interesting read nonetheless.

My third book finished for #24in48 and book 5 for #14books14weeks

blurb
heyhaleyjames
post image

this book is right up my alley! I'm only an hour and a half in, but I'm invested 👏🏼

8 likes1 stack add
blurb
Bookwormjillk
post image

Starting a new book at 1:30 am because I just finished one and I can‘t go to sleep without starting a new one.

Reecaspieces I do that too. Lol. Enjoy. 2mo
44 likes1 stack add1 comment
blurb
cewilf
post image

Stuck in my biggest reading rut in a while. I‘ve started and stopped 5-6 books recently, but none have pulled me in. I started this today on a recommendation from another teacher. She let me borrow it and asked if I would finish it before summer (so, by June 14) because she has friends who want to read it too...and I said yes 😅 That‘s one way to force myself to finally finish a book!

JoScho Hey Cassandra-I am you match for summer Santa. It says your package was delivered today-did you get it? 3mo
cewilf @JoScho hi! I did not...unless it was delivered after 3:30 when I checked. I will check when I am home today. Sometimes the mail person puts packages in the wrong box in our complex, but I‘ve always recovered them! I will let you know :) 3mo
JoScho Perfect! Fingers crossed 🤞🖤 3mo
32 likes3 comments
blurb
Kaylamburson
post image

Had such an amazing week at BookExpo and BookCon! It was wonderful to meet new and old Litten friends and connect on a deeper level than what the internet allows. Hopefully it won't be another year until the next meet-up!
Here's a snapshot of some of my bookish goodies!! An adorable tote bag from #Workman, a new wallet from #chicklitdesigns, artisanal stationary from #orangeart, candles from #waxspurts, a sticker from #MaiaToll, and a new book!!

Hooked_on_books Love the bag! 3mo
JohannaRose That's awesome! I love the tote and wallet! How fun! 😍 3mo
Lidia Looks like you all had lots of fun 😊 3mo
See All 11 Comments
Kaylamburson Thanks all!! It was a blast and love all my new goodies. @Hooked_on_books @johannaro. @Lidia !!! How are you? I haven't chatted with you in forever and I hope you're doing well. Are you still at the same address? 3mo
Lidia @Kaylamburson Hi! I have been mostly absent from Litsy the last couple months and are trying to reconnect here. My address has changed, I‘ll email you my new one. 3mo
Kaylamburson Sounds good, @lidia. I hope all is okay and looking forward to reconnecting! 3mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz Omg so jelly! Looks like tot had lots of fun! 🎉🎉And the tote! 😱😍😍 3mo
Kaylamburson Thanks so much, @Jee_HookedOnBookz ! It was so much fun!! And it's my new favorite tote!! 😍 3mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @Kaylamburson I bet! ☺️I have a shirt that says that hahaha 😅 3mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @Kaylamburson thank you! ❤️ ☺️ 3mo
87 likes11 comments
review
bookandcat
post image
Pickpick

Another entry in "I started reading one chapter before bed and stayed up to finish the whole book" saga of my life. FABULOUS read. I love Benedict's penchant for recentering forgotten women of history, and this novel about Hedy Lamarr is no exception. She is more than a pretty face and a great actress - she was a scientist and inventor and also was once married to a notorious Nazi-era weapons dealer. This book is brisk but tense. 5 stars.

bookandcat For those keeping score, I told myself "just one more chapter" 43 times in a row. ???? 3mo
janeycanuck I just picked this up - I couldn‘t remember the title and my phone was dead. The most wonderful young woman kept at it with me to find the title when all I could remember was that it was published in 2019, had Hedy Lamarr as a character and that I thought it was a thriller. Have you read anything else by Benedict? 3mo
bookandcat @janeycanuck what an awesome person to persist in helping you look for the book! I hate when I can't remember the title! I have read The Other Einstein and loved that too. 3mo
44 likes3 stack adds3 comments
blurb
Sharpeipup
post image

BBQ with a side of fiction.

#bookanddinner

Drocchio03 Yum! 😋 4mo
31 likes1 stack add1 comment
review
GivenLemons
post image
Pickpick

I‘ve been fascinated with Hedy Lamarr‘s life ever since I learnt about her frequency hopping invention and this book was just what I needed! Once she got married, I couldn‘t put it down until she got to America! I was so tense and worried for her.

blurb
GidgetsTreasures75
post image

5-6-19: My 36th finished book of 2019! 📖#️⃣3️⃣6️⃣ #Theonlywomanintheroom #mariebenedict

quote
Sharpeipup
post image

Sad but probably true.

“Rulers and movements may rise and fall, but the power of money always prevails. “
#quotes

blurb
trigeekgirl

I‘ve read two previous books by this author and so far this one is just as good as those. If you want books about strong, scientific-minded women in history, give this a read.

12 likes1 stack add
blurb
AmyG
post image

It‘s hard to read when this girl is being so silly and cute. #catsoflitsy

Lynnsoprano Adorable! Hubby is severely allergic to cats, otherwise I‘d have one. Just get to love all the catsoflitsy 5mo
AmyG Thanks @Lynnsoprano 😘 5mo
Purrfectpages Love this picture! 5mo
See All 9 Comments
JoScho Love this picture of Hilly! 🖤🖤🖤 5mo
rretzler Awww. 💕 5mo
Leftcoastzen So cute! ❤️😻 5mo
Erofan 😻😻😻💕 5mo
kspenmoll That pose!!! 😻 4mo
128 likes9 comments
review
Christy2318
post image
Bailedbailed

I was excited for this one but gave up after 20%. The writing style was meh and I didn‘t care what happened.

review
BoundBooks
Only Woman in the Room | Marie Benedict
post image
Pickpick

Still reading this historical fiction about the life of Hedy Lamarr before she started using that name. Early in her teens, she was a stage acts in Austria, but becomes tangled up with a mysterious and powerful man who very clearly has a hand in the second World War...Hedy's own Jewish family urges her on, pulled with warnings about getting too close to this potentially dangerous man, but, out of fear, sends her directly into marriage! I'm hooked.

blurb
Littlestbookshelf
post image

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I loved this book. It was a very short read at only 250 pages. I found her early life more fascinating, especially when she was married to Fritz Mandl and having to escape his castle. Now I really want to google every aspect of her life! Hedy Lamarr is the one on the left next to Judy Garland.

Crazeedi She was an amazing woman!! 6mo
lynneamch On #internationalwomensday, this seems the perfect place to mention that Benedict's publisher, @Sourcebooks, is the largest woman-owned trade book publisher in North America! 6mo
49 likes2 stack adds2 comments
blurb
Littlestbookshelf
post image

Hedy Lamarr was so pretty! Loving this book so far.

BookishMarginalia I enjoyed it too! 6mo
Littlestbookshelf @BookishMarginalia good to know! There seems to be mixed reviews on it but I am loving it so far! 6mo
38 likes2 comments
blurb
Littlestbookshelf
post image

Starting this one on this snowy day!

blurb
jamicuns
post image

My February 2019 read. 1) Water For Elephants - ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 2) Love Warrior - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 3) The Gilded Wolves - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4) Up From Slavery - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5) The Good Neighbor - ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 6) The Only Woman in the Room - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 7) One Day in December - ⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2 8) If Beale Street Could Talk - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

blurb
theladygreer
post image

My list of recommendations for Women's History Month is up at BookBub! Check out new releases (some aren't even out yet) inspired by women of the past, from movie star inventors to 17th-century Dutch painters to an all-female Korean diving collective. So much to stack! https://www.bookbub.com/blog/2019/03/01/books-for-womens-history-month-editorial...

theladygreer WWII German-American internees 6mo
See All 12 Comments
theladygreer A Cuban spy during the American Civil War 6mo
theladygreer Russia's Night Witches 6mo
theladygreer Photographer Lee Miller 6mo
theladygreer Winston Churchill's mother 6mo
theladygreer Royal wedding gown seamstresses 6mo
theladygreer Cosmo's first female EIC 6mo
21 likes12 comments
review
Nitpickyabouttrains
post image
Pickpick

A novelization of Heddy Lamarr‘s life, which was thrilling and full of interesting twists and turns.

review
Booksnchill
post image
Mehso-so

Well I won‘t lie- I expected much more from this book which reads to me like the outline of a book. Hedy Kiesler (Lamarr) had a fascinating life which is due more than the 250 pages it gets here. It is not the length but the depth that is lacking. I have not read Benedict‘s other semi- biographical works but this does not send me off in search of them- rather it sends me in search of a work that brings Hedy to life. 3🌟

Redwritinghood I felt the same way about this one. No depth. 6mo
Booksnchill @Redwritinghood yes I am looking for a better work on Hedy! 6mo
KarenUK I expected so much more too! Amazing story.... Meh book.... 6mo
See All 6 Comments
OutsmartYourShelf That‘s disappointing. I was looking forward to reading this one. 6mo
Booksnchill @KarenUK meh was going to be my review!! 6mo
Booksnchill @Deangirl me too- just very superficial 6mo
70 likes6 comments
review
jamicuns
post image
Pickpick

Hedy Lamarr is a name I had never heard of until this book. It is so unfortunate and such a tragedy that so many women are lost to our historical archives who contributed so much to the betterment of our society. And the reason for their lack of recognition? Because they were female. I enjoyed learning about Hedy‘s life. It‘s a great read.

blurb
AmberWB
post image

Aaahhhh! What a great package! Thank you so much @Sills !! I am so excited to have The Only Woman in the Room! The bookmarks, the decal, the chocolate—all my favorites. But that scarf- I could NOT be more excited about it!! You totally “got” me. 😊
@bookish_wookish #lonelyheartsclubswap

bookish_wookish ❤️❤️❤️ 6mo
Sills #AmberWB yay glad you liked it. I'm a huge Harry fan too🙂 Enjoy! 6mo
Sills @AmberWB yay glad you liked it. I'm a huge Harry fan too. enjoy🙂 6mo
53 likes4 comments
blurb
Booksnchill
post image

Short book fictionalizing Hedy Lamar‘s awesome story. The rain won‘t stop and Whiskey has just given up the fight to go for a walk any time soon😞 Happy Sunday Littens #DogsOfLitsy

83 likes4 stack adds
blurb
WanderingBookaneer
post image

@BookishMarginalia is upset that the U.S. Navy didn‘t take Heddy Lamarr‘s invention seriously because she was an actress. #MiaCat continues to sleep unperturbed in her lap. #CatsOfLitsy

Reagan-reads This picture is the best. 6mo
Crazeedi I agree 100% 6mo
Mimi28 The same thing seems to be happening with Jussie Smollett now and I am seriously pissed to be in Chicago right now. Hey kitties!!! 😻😻😻 6mo
Lizpixie #stacked Love the photo, I was pulling the same face I think when I was reading Ruby Ridge! Hubs kept asking what I was yelling about😤 (edited) 6mo
Dragon 😻 6mo
133 likes1 stack add5 comments
blurb
BookishMarginalia
post image

#CurrentView — After-dinner time in our household! Hope your Saturday has been as nice and low-key as ours! 💜❤️💜

erinreads I spy Dr. Mario! 💊 6mo
Linsy Beautiful roses! 6mo
WanderingBookaneer @erinreads : You spy correctly! 6mo
Aussie4paws We are gamers in our house too😁 6mo
179 likes1 stack add4 comments
blurb
BookishMarginalia
post image

Lazy Saturday continues! I‘m reading the tagged book while @WanderingBookaneer is #audiogaming and the cats are lounging. Pictured here: the enigmatic #YetiCat 😍 #CatsofLitsy

Lcsmcat Such a pretty kitty! 6mo
whatsthEStorey Pretty blue eyes! 😻 6mo
148 likes2 comments
blurb
mirsophie
post image

1. Albuquerque, New Mexico
2. Marie Benedict
3. Super big
4. Bed or on a couch
5. The only woman in the room/ tagged book
#littenintro
@tessavi

tessavi Thanks for participating! 6mo
28 likes1 comment
review
mirsophie
Pickpick

This was a powerful novel. I usually don't read historical fiction let alone adult novels but this one was eye opening and is very important for women to read in the #metoo era. This made me realize how much women were marginalized and still marginalized today. It is sad that Hedy never got recognized for her inventions when she was alive

26 likes1 stack add
blurb
Jess
post image

Audiobooks and puzzles - happy together. Just finished this one and now on to Great American Novels.

DivineDiana Love this! Do you what it is called? Would love one for myself! ❤️ 7mo
Jess @DivineDiana it is one of those b&n puzzles that are so fabulous. This one is Heroines. Enjoy! 7mo
DivineDiana Thank you! 🙂 7mo
britt_brooke Love it!! 7mo
27 likes4 comments
review
Kpulver
Pickpick

I learned so much about Hedy Lamarr‘s life, particularly about her inventions and attempts to shorten WWII.

blurb
Sills
post image

Hedy (Keisler) Lamarr, successful actress and intelligent inventor was determined to thwart the Third Reich's mass destruction and death. She worked tirelessly for the war effort because she was deeply guilt ridden of the knowledge she kept to herself when she fled her powerful armament husband in Austria. Although her invention was successful the Navy refused to use it because she was a beautiful woman. A future Lamarr movie night for sure!

Heideschrampf I love hedy lamarr! What a woman. I wish the generation instagram girls knew about her: JUST pretty need never be enough. 7mo
Sills Totally agree @Heideschrampf 7mo
37 likes4 stack adds2 comments
blurb
mirsophie
post image

Currently reading barnes and noble book club

blurb
TheLibrarian
post image

*squee* Just returned from the local B&N Book Club where the author, Marie Benedict, talked and did a book signing!

Bookladylinda Love book signings!!! 7mo
Graciouswarriorprincess Love this! I will be seeing her at the Savannah Book Festival next weekend! 7mo
TNbookworm Awesome! 7mo
102 likes4 comments
review
balletbookworm
post image
Mehso-so

Well, finished in time to lead the Book Club discussion tonight. I‘ve already spoken to one member who hated it, and I‘m kind of lukewarm, so if anyone comes this discussion will be interesting. While Hedy Lamarr is a really interesting historical figure, I found this fictional account of her life as a married woman in Vienna and her subsequent work in Hollywood to be shallowly drawn and rather simplistic. Bloodless. It reads easily, though.

Yeah_I_Read I felt the same! For a book that is supposed to be about the brain behind the beauty, I found it sorely lacking in the brains department 🤷🏽‍♀️ 7mo
VioletBramble I finished this last night. I'm going to the book club here in NYC. I completely agree with your assessment of the book. I did think it picked up a bit when Hedy and George started working on the sequencer. More science and less fashion would have made a better book. I was immediately put off by the narration being in first person. 7mo
WhatDeeReads I could read a book of your reviews of other books. 7mo
See All 7 Comments
balletbookworm @WhatDeeReads aw, thanks ☺️ 7mo
KarenUK I felt the same as you, but our customers seemed to love it 🤷‍♀️... really good turn out and enthusiastic discussion... How was yours? 7mo
balletbookworm @KarenUK we unfortunately had an ice storm today and only one poor guy made it (he had kind of same opinion as me) so we are going to have a make up meeting next Tuesday for those who can make it. But I do know that one of the booksellers who comes to the group loved it and one regular member HATED it, so I‘m interested to see what they all said. 7mo
nofutureparttwo My store had ~10 people show up tonight, 4 of whom hadn‘t read it (yet wanted to discuss it anyway?); the rest were split, but more or less lukewarm in their opinions. Even the folks who enjoyed it didn‘t think it was particularly good. (Personally, I also thought it was bloodless). We still managed to have a great discussion about the erasure of women‘s contributions from the historical record, and the role of fiction in recovering them. 7mo
31 likes7 comments
review
Yeah_I_Read
post image
Mehso-so

I read this for the B&N book club tonight. I‘m quite disappointed as I was with the author‘s last book Carnegie‘s Maid. I appreciated the intelligence of Hedy and the impact of her invention but most of the book was about her relationship choices and parties and old Hollywood name dropping. I wanted to know more about her as an amateur scientist and I was extraordinarily underwhelmed 🤷🏽‍♀️

Redwritinghood I felt the same way. Too much glitz and glamor, not enough science. 7mo
JenReadsAlot Agreed! 7mo
75 likes3 comments
blurb
VioletBramble
post image

I'm still reading this book. To be honest it's not what I was expecting from the synopsis I got of the book. I'm waiting for the science part. Meanwhile, City Bakery's February Festival of Hot Chocolate is on. This is why I love February and why I'm waiting 'til March to start a ketotarian diet. Today's hocho was salted caramel. Plus, I cannot resist the pretzel croissant. Yum!

Soubhiville Mmmmmm! 7mo
47 likes1 stack add1 comment
review
guinsgirlreads
post image
Pickpick

I‘m not generally one for historical fiction, but the two that I have read (so far) by Marie Benedict have not disappointed. She doesn‘t overwhelm you with the history part, but with the storyline. This one was a great telling of a woman who wanted to be know for more than her pretty face. I will continue to read her books! #pittsburghauthor #historicalfiction

SilversReviews Her books are good. 7mo
46 likes1 stack add1 comment
blurb
guinsgirlreads
post image

Lunchtime reading.. 📖

40 likes3 stack adds
review
Redwritinghood
post image
Mehso-so

What should have been a fascinating story suffered from boring writing. Also, the whole point was to show how Lamarr was a multi-faceted woman — inventor, actress, etc. — but the majority of the book is about her clothes, looks, and acting. Occasionally, it‘s mentioned that she read a book about physics, but not much else is given to help us understand her scientific side. A disappointing book about a fascinating woman. 2.5⭐️ #Hoopla

VioletBramble Uh-oh. I'm just starting this. Well, at least the print is large and that should help me finish it quickly. 7mo
Redwritinghood @VioletBramble It‘s a pretty quick read. The chapters are short and the writing is pretty straightforward. 7mo
mreads After her Einstein book I decided to give this author a pass. 7mo
Redwritinghood @mreads Yeah, I think I‘m on the same page after reading this. This was the first book of hers I‘ve read. 7mo
70 likes4 comments
blurb
VioletBramble
post image

My first planned read for February. I'm hoping to finish it in time for the B&N book club night on Tuesday. Meanwhile, I'm trying to keep warm with some Arctic white hot cocoa with some added walnut nocino.

Crazeedi Good book! Enjoy ! 7mo
48 likes2 stack adds1 comment
review
KarenUK
post image
Mehso-so

A truly fascinating story. Hedy Lamarr was an amazing woman, but this book, just so-so.
For historical fiction to work for me, I want beautiful language and a true sense of place, so I can feel lost in another era. With so much life to cover- Hedy‘s escape from Austria, movie career, many marriages, and her brilliant scientific discoveries-this makes for a thrilling story. But drop the dialogue, and this could have been biography. #MoreMehThanYeah

Redwritinghood I‘m almost finished with this one and I agree. So much is just glossed over or told without any substance behind it. 7mo
56 likes2 comments
review
JenReadsAlot
post image
Mehso-so

Parts of this I loved but parts felt disjointed and I didn't follow. I knew very little about Hedy and wanted more. #catsoflitsy

peaknit Oh Greta looks so snuggly. 7mo
JenReadsAlot @peaknit she is a good snuggle buddy! I'm heading into work this afternoon..... 7mo
TheLibrarian Sorry it was a so-so. I thought the author could have included so much more about Hedy‘s life and then the would have been better. 7mo
JenReadsAlot @TheLibrarian Yes! Parts were so good. 7mo
27 likes4 comments
review
TheLibrarian
post image
Pickpick

A wonderful novel about the actress Hedy (Keisler) Lamarr, who was married to an Austrian arms dealer during a difficult time in history and then she eventually makes it to Hollywood. Hedy is known for her beauty but she was also a very intelligent woman, especially in the field of science, who was often disregarded because of her looks. Overall I really enjoyed the book but I wanted more about Hedy‘s life.

JenReadsAlot I have 20 pages left! 7mo
TheBookHippie Also Netflix had her story not sure if it's still on. It was really good. 7mo
TheLibrarian @TheBookHippie Thank you so much!! I‘ll have to check the book out and see if her story is still on Netflix. 💕 7mo
109 likes8 stack adds4 comments
review
Graciouswarriorprincess
post image
Pickpick

Hedy Lamar was more than a beau actress-she was an intelligent and innovative scientist. Her struggles and how she was treated are outlined in this story. It brings her contributions into focus and her work is being used today. Great historical fiction! (Charlene is sleeping!)

Crazeedi Wasn't this just a really good book?! And your kitty is precious 7mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @Crazeedi Thank you! Yes, it was fabulous. I need to watch Bombshell on Netflix which is about her. 7mo
SW-T Bombshell was bittersweet. 7mo
Crazeedi @Graciouswarriorprincess really? I dont have Netflix but I've read about her before 7mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @SW-T 👍🏻 @Crazeedi I had read about her and watched a couple of her films also prior to reading the book. 7mo
79 likes2 stack adds5 comments
review
cassiopia
post image
Pickpick

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I enjoyed this book more than I anticipated. The ending pissed me off. To know how hard Hedy worked towards not only escaping her abusive first husband, but also finding a way to help defeat the Axis Powers with an invention that could have changed the entire outcome of WWII to be dismissed because she was a beautiful movie star is infuriating.

#pop19 #anovelbasedonatruestory

Crazeedi Yes to what you said. I've enjoyed all her books, there is a new one coming out, Darling Clementine 7mo
cassiopia @Crazeedi when is it supposed to come out? I will definitely read that. I'm also going to pick up a copy of The Other Einstein. 7mo
Crazeedi @cassiopia not sure when I only saw a blurb at end of this book also carnegie's maid is good 7mo
82 likes4 stack adds3 comments
blurb
cassiopia
post image

You know the severe weather Wisconsin is getting is extremely serious when bars VOLUNTARILY close. So what will my evening, all day Wednesday, and possibly Thursday consist of? Reading. And lots of it. To all the WI Littens, please stay inside over the next couple of days. Nothing is worth the risk of frostbite or death. Stay safe, love you all 💜

CouronneDhiver I got frost nip once, on my ear, and it was not pleasant. Stay warm! 7mo
JenReadsAlot This will be me tomorrow! Ridiculous outside. 7mo
DivineDiana Good advice! 7mo
See All 6 Comments
Stephaniereads1 Stay safe 7mo
Mollyanna You know it‘s bad when Wisconsin bars close... ☺️. Stay warm! (edited) 7mo
Christine 😜 so true re: the bars!! Wishing you safety. ❤️ 7mo
84 likes6 comments
review
GloVerdino
post image
Pickpick

I had never heard of Hedy Lamarr before reading this book but her life was pretty amazing. A beautiful actress who had the courage to leave an abusive relationship and re-invent herself is enough of a story but then to see how her outrage over WW II and her sense of purpose ignited a passion in her that allows us to see what a brilliant mind she was too is even more amazing. (I think my little girl is beautiful too!)

valeriegeary Those ears look so soft! 🐶🤗 7mo
GloVerdino @valeriegeary they are, she is softer than she looks, great for snuggles! 7mo
21 likes2 comments