What are you up to this week? My mom headed back to Kentucky on Monday. I keep thinking about the immigrant families being separated against their will at our border and I feel ever more grateful and blessed to have a parent who is just a day’s drive away. We had a wonderful visit…even if we got a little lost while out on a hike. Whoops!
Sending a big hug to anyone reading this, and here are some links for you to check out…
The fall of New York and the urban crisis of affluence.
How to get Anine Bing’s bright and airy decor style.
S-Town is being turned into a movie.
The reasons why women’s voices are deeper today.
Is it weird I kinda want to start rocking a fanny pack?
“Liz Phair taught me everything about being a grown up.”
Who wants to book this “Craftsman Charmer” for a vacay in Nashville?
This natural deodorant looks promising.
A busy mom and recipe tester shares her favorite $10 meals.
5 people on why they code switch.
Jesus wouldn’t put children in cages.
PLEASE — Call your congresspeople. Volunteer. Donate. Protest.
Because, in the words of Hillary Clinton – “There’s no such thing as other people’s children.” There are simply children.
Happy Wednesday, folks!! What are you up to this week? I’ve been pretty busy the last few weeks. The type of busy where I’m relishing in that productive, crossing stuff off my To-Do list feeling and not the type where I’m feeling overwhelmed. Which is nice. Fingers crossed I keep it up! In the midst of it all, the (slightly) cooler temperatures have given me a touch of a sore throat (bleck!). But that’s all the more reason to live my best Hygge life and drink a ton of hot tea!! I’m sure I’ll be on the up and up in no time. Hope everyone is killin’ it on this mid-week day, and that you have a few moments to enjoy some links…
“The things I shrugged off then horrify me now.”
Lego’s “Women of Nasa” sale lifts off, lands as best-selling toy.
Climate gentrification in Miami.
A fast-food journey from Hamburger University to celebrity-filled Hollywood parties.
How cute would these rustic bees be on a gallery wall?
The story of two black midwives in Southern California.
Pearson issues an apology for publishing racist theories about treating pain in their nursing textbook.
Will you read the Bush twins’ new book?
Welcome to the DPRK.
Fictional President held to higher standard than actual President.
Every year in New Orleans, a group assembles to celebrate Lee Harvey Oswald’s birthday.
Related: Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald by Judith Vary Baker
Donald Trump reveres his father but almost never talks about his mother. Why not?
P.S. A couple Finding Delight posts you may have missed — Christmas Gifts for the Moms in Your Life and The 5-4-3-2-1 Packing Formula.