Etymology: Italian, literally, goddess, from Latin, feminine of divus divine, god
1 : a usually glamorous and successful female performer or personality ; especially : a popular female singer
2 : a vain or undisciplined person who finds it difficult to work under direction or as part of a team
Baby-Sitters club cover courtesy of What Claudia Wore, which is one of my new
favorite time wasters! If you are a child of the 90s, like me, and devoured these
books, like me, you've GOT to check out this blog!
If this was a picture of the Divas, I would probably be the one kneeling with
my mouth wide open.
I'm not exactly sure why we started calling ourselves the "Divas" - the word certainly has negative connotations that do not fit any of my lovely, talented, smart friends- but now that I see it's the Italian word for goddess, it makes PERFECT sense!
Jello's baklava pretty much looked like this one, except,
you know, on fire.
I am so thankful for my lovely, fabulous friends and for the adventures we've shared and all those yet to come! And I L-O-V-E that we've decided to bring back Diva Dinners!
The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart.