Well, here we are again, ladies and germs! Yesterday was Election Day here in the U.S. and I cast my first ballot in my new home-state of Alabama, watched a lot of news coverage, and gave major side-eye to some of the results. There were some beautiful victories last night but still so, so much work to be done. And on we fight. Hope the rest of your week looks promising, and here are some links for your enjoyment and entertainment…
A new book by one of my very favorite authors.
A newlywed nest in NYC.
How to work with friends and not make it weird.
Vegetarian pumpkin pot pie.
How to use up leftover Halloween candy.
You should probably be dressing your salad twice.
Why this 33 year old mom pretended to be a high-school cheerleader.
Upon visiting the city that made her family refugees, Ana Barić encounters old wounds and alternate realities.
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Easy weeknight dinner recipes from home cooks.
This Melissa McCarthy story just might cheer you up.
And a new episode of Uncovered the Podcast. (Which also might cheer you up, just sayin’!)
P.S. Plus, here are some Finding Delight links in case you still wanna keep reading stuff on the internet — World Cup Half Empty or Half Full and Cooking Up a Taste of Home.
P.P.S. Did these links offer you some much-needed entertainment? Consider buying me a coffee!
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Wow, the story about the woman posing as a high schooler is wild!