Fairleigh Cook Jackson: My Favorite Things
Director of museum advancement and associate director of development, LSU Museum of Art
Way to spend a Saturday morning
At the Red Stick Farmers Market and Arts Market
Place for lunch
The Walking Dead—morbid, I know, but I'm hooked!
Class in high school
A new throw pillow from T.J.Maxx or Marshalls—an instant new look in a room
Baton Rouge experience or attraction
Item in your wardrobe
A brown wraparound belt with brass studs
Lindt Excellence Chili dark chocolate bar
Way to get yourself moving in the morning
A giant hug from my 1-year-old
Summer visits to my aunt's lake house in Virginia
Locale for date night
The backyard of our new house
Yosemite's back country
Song on your iPod
“You Gotta Move” by R.L. Burnside
Any of the Thursday Next series by Jasper Fforde
No perfume for me, but I love Miss Magnolia lotion by Camp Topisaw.
Most treasured possession
A charm bracelet that belonged to my grandmother
Item in your makeup bag
Mabelline Great Lash Mascara in blackest black
Place for a manicure/pedicure
My bathroom. I'm too ticklish!
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