Have any big plans for the holiday weekend? I recently nabbed an extra part-time job (no rest for the wicked!) and have opted to work for the majority of the time. However, I’ve been reading this book, which has inspired me to want to pick up a copy of Vogue and leaf through the pages by the pool. If only this tropical storm would get out the way!!! In the mean time, I’m excited to share more details of our wedding weekend. Back tomorrow with the rehearsal picnic! Stay tuned. Now onto some links…
Jessie Graff makes American Ninja Warrior history.
A glorious obsession with the melodic alternation between the fifth and the third.
Meet the meticulous artist behind those happy trees.
Hanging from the rafters of the Hurricane Hall of Fame.
Read this if you love courtroom dramas, midwifery, or both!
Birth records at Old Blockley paint a picture of the institution beyond mere numbers.
The crew of a Mars simulation emerges after a full year.
How performing in theater can help build empathy in students.
Having “The Talk” in Sign Language.
What if women had never won the vote?
“I want to go back and rebuild Syria.”
2 thoughts on “mid-week round-up”
All of the Mars related things are really fascinating to me. This simulator mission, the whole group of people who were voted to go on the first manned mission (which is not happening anymore, as if it ever actually were,)…all of it is just exciting in a way, because one day someone will actually do it and all of this will be looked back on the way we look back on those who first made it to the moon.
Totally agree, Emily! On one hand it would be amazing to be a PART of that history, but on the other hand I’m not sure I could make it through a simulation like this, haha!