Kim Gruenenfelder

I am totally bummed that my eighteen years in L.A. ended before I could drag Kim Gruenenfelder out to lunch. Seriously, this lady is so funny and witty that you just want to crawl inside of one of her books and live there. Check out the things she can’t live without.

Kim Gruenenfelder

To survive a desert island: (I’m going to cheat and assume the place has fresh water and food.)

  1. My son
  2. My husband
  3. A computer with WiFi
  4. Dom Perignon Champagne
  5. Sunscreen (Sad. But I burn just looking at a picture of Hawaii.)

In your purse at all times:

  1. My phone
  2. My keys
  3. Credit cards (in the wallet)
  4. Pictures of my son (in the wallet)
  5. Some fancy schmancy lip balm my friend gives me for Christmas every year. (Origins or Kiehls, depending on the Christmas.)

In your wardrobe:

  1. Pajamas (for working)
  2. Jeans (because you can’t wear pajamas outside, even in Silverlake)
  3. My black fringe dress
  4. My matching black fringe high heels
  5. Frilly and silly underwear

In your library (Disclaimer: I know many wonderful writers, and I have all of their books, but there are way more than

  1. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
  2. A Total Waste of Makeup by Kim Gruenenfelder
  3. War and Peace – Tolstoy (Although I will probably never read it again and should give it away)
  4. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain
  5. Love the Wine You’re With (My next novel. If I ever actually finish writing it, I will totally have it in my library.)

In your pantry:

  1. (As of this moment) Pasta – all shapes and sizes
  2. Olive Oil & couple of gourmet oils from Sur La Table
  3. Cheetos
  4. Diet Dr. Pepper
  5. High Fiber cereal? Oh, for God’s sakes – the men in my life put that there. I would never buy high fiber cereal.

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