Hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving! In honor of the holiday, I’ve rounded up some Thanksgiving content…
A Thanksgiving capsule wardrobe.
Wines to enjoy at Thanksgiving.
A Thanksgiving menu for under $50.
Dollar Tree DIY table centerpiece.
Movies for the whole family.
Recipe for cheesy cauliflower.
Getting your car road-trip ready.
And a few other links you might enjoy…
Obsessed with Roxane Gay’s Goodreads account.
The untold stories of the housing crisis.
The future of aging just might be in Margaritaville.
Actually really looking forward to this movie.
Made me laugh!
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and see you next week!! xoxo
Hi friends! I’m back from Kentucky! I can’t believe it’s been 2 weeks since I last posted. Time flies! That means it’s time for another round-up of links…but first, let me catch you up. When we last spoke I was flying to Lexington for a much-needed visit with my Mom. We managed to pack in a lot of fun (and a lot of food!) in my quick trip. Then, she drove me down to Bowling Green. I spent the next 9 days working at the Western Kentucky University – Summer Forensics Institute in the Original Oratory lab. The lab was an absolute blast and we had a wonderful group of students who worked super hard. And in between coaching and editing speeches, I got to hang out with the other folks working at the institute…who just happen to be some of my favorite folks in the whole dang world!!! We spent every evening in fits of laughter. After a couple uneventful flights, I made my return to Miami. (Bienvenidos a Miami!) It was a great trip but I’m happy to be back with Chet and Wink!!
A grand unified theory of avocado toast.
Epically 90’s photos to make you fall into a nostalgia coma.
Meet the ballet dancer who escaped from Syria.
Creating healthy eating habits.
Colorful thank you cards at a great price.
Cents of Style’s 8 item – 24 outfit Summer Capsule Wardrobe is genius!
(Buy 4 or more pieces and get 25% off with code BOLD17.)
This micro-fiction about the 1969 moon landing is so much story in just 199 words.
11 creative gift ideas for children that aren’t toys.
25 things to buy at ALDI and 25 things to buy at Dollar Tree.
Wake up your eyes!
The 25 best films of the 21st century. So far.
Death anxiety may promote humor creativity.
P.S. Still in a reading mood? Check out: In the words of Ms. Hepburn… and Don’t Hide Your Hustle: Megan, Book Coach
Hello friends! How’s your week so far? Today is my brother’s birthday! (Happy birthday, Andy!) This time next week I’ll be headed to Kentucky to spend a few days in Lexington and then I’m off to Bowling Green for the W.K.U. Summer Forensics Institute. Gotta start turning my attentions towards packing! In the mean time, do y’all have any fun 4th of July plans? I’d love to hear! And here are some links I’ve gathered just for YOU…
You are not an imposter. You belong here.
Growing up in a conservative Christian cult (like “The Handmaid’s Tale” but real life).
So glad this Lexington staple lives on!
Horse-riding librarians were the Great Depression’s bookmobiles.
Have you tried the new fruits + greens line from larabar? They’re really delish.
Everything Queen Elizabeth eats. (A post-brekky gin and Dubonnet? How regal!)
The 21 unwritten rules of flying you’re probably breaking.
“The only acceptable place to fart on a plane is when you are walking through first class on the way to coach.”
The perfect DIY to get you in BBQ season spirit!
On skipping wedding traditions.
For your next board game night!
Made me laugh.
P.S. Finding Delight posts you have missed — Are you a word nerd? and Our wedding reception.
How has your week been faring so far? We’ve been working on getting our Save the Date cards out in the mail and generally enjoying the cooler weather. We took a quick adventure through this Nature Preserve over the weekend and it felt like early fall. A little weird in the midst of February! Florida you’re full of surprises! The other night I watched a screening copy of a documentary about Malala Yousafzai and I’m excited to share my thoughts on it tomorrow. I hope you’ll come back then! May the rest of your week turn out lovely, and here are a few links for your enjoyment…
Taking a creative approach to educating students in mathematics.
My kind of horoscope.
Human trafficking is all around you.
This book sounds amazing.
19 secrets of IKEA employees.
The mothers of modern gynecology–Anarcha, Betsy, and Lucy.
Hey! VINA is like Tinder for friends.
How to overcome and worry and be a friendlier person.
Children’s inventions come to life. (So cute!)
Adele and Ellen prank Jamba Juice.
Broad City’s jokes reward diehard fans.
Links to get you through your week, dolls. Keep paddlin’ up-river…the weekend is just ahead! ❤
I’ve always thought Elaine was the most “me” character on television.
Death and Facebook.
Gossip Girl addresses feminism in Of Mice and Men.
Hilarious and perfect “WHOOPS!” reaction.
I love this song.
A letter to the girl who’s trying.
The first bastions of online dating explained.
Enhance your Lego collection with a day at the beach.
Explore a centuries worth of Gourmet recipes.
Miss Idaho’s go-to accessory.
(Image via Shiny Starr Light.)
Hello friends! I can’t believe it’s already Wednesday again. Summer is flying by! And can we talk about this weather? Summer Polar Vortex? Mayhaps for those more northern states! Down here, a girl could get use to these moderate summer climes. It was even more magnificent yesterday being by a body of water–even if it WAS just the Ohio River. ; ) The breeze and sunshine were a perfect accompaniment to lunch on a restaurant’s deck as well as a walk across the pedestrian bridge into Cincinnati’s river park. Have you been taking advantage of the lovely weather and exploring outside? I hope! But now you have my permission to take a quick break, veg out on the couch and check out these links.
“Nothing grows people like love.”
Jenny Lewis gender bends.
I saw this movie last week and it was effing insane but you should totes see it.
My favorite bad yogi helps fix common pose mistakes.
Nicki gets it.
An enlightening interview with David Graeber.
Made me laugh.
A very fancy mashup.
I love these 2 German gals and their zero waste supermarket!
I wish I had one of these dresses in every pattern.
SMH at the weird reality of our past.
Looking to start a Dark Comedy Film Club? This list has you covered for the next year!
Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the web. Have any links your loving that you think I should check out?! Feel free to leave ’em in the comments below! Have a lovely rest of your week.
In May 2009 Dr. Frank N Furter tweeted lines from the movie-musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show…
So, come up to the lab,
-Frank Furter (@DrFNFurter) May 7, 2009
and see what’s on the slab!
-Frank Furter (@DrFNFurter) May 7, 2009
I see you shiver with antici …
-Frank Furter (@DrFNFurter) May 7, 2009
Five years later his joke paid off beautifully–
-Frank Furter (@DrFNFurter) May 7, 2014
Well-played, sir. 66,000 retweets and 35,000 favorites! It seems Rocky Horror fans everywhere were tickled by this punchline. Here’s Tim Curry performing the inspiration for the most patient joke in social media history.
P.S. Rocky Horror fans-check out these fantastic watercolors portraits of your fave characters. Kind of obsessed with them! Referencing pop culture, affordable art, wham-BAM-thank you ma’am!
Happy Wednesday, folks! What are you guys up to this week? I have today and tomorrow off work so we have big plans to play in the container garden, work on various projects from the comfort of the Chevy Chase Starbies and maybe head down to Berea to do some hiking around the Pinnacles. Yesterday, we had David Chang-inspired ramen made from scratch. Which I’m looking forward to repeating…perhaps even tonight. ; ) Check out these fun links and have a fantastic rest of your week!
Am I the only person who hates this shit? And it is always Southwest. Always.
A very powerful Op-Ed: The majority of religion-based hate crimes occurring in the United States are against Jews.
These students got more than they bargained for.
Comedy specials available to stream.
Love these cheeky tea towels.
Sworn in on a Kindle.
Someone (probably multiple someones) approved this sign.
Please research the safety of menstrual products. Thanks.
Got some giggles.
I can’t help but love some good abandoned building pics.
The most heated debate I experienced in a college classroom was about this. (The class was Southern Folklore and the professor loved every second of it.)
And the second season of “Orange is the New Black” premieres Friday on Netflix! Who will be watching? Get your sofa and snacks in order for a day of binge viewing! : )
What are you up to this week? I’m hoping to spend as much time outside as possible (and maybe find time for some margaritas and a trip to the dollar theater to see…the Lego movie : ). Summer break have you twiddling your thumbs already? How about some stay-cation inspiration or a vicarious adventure through this great book! Have a wonderful week. Here are some links for you to check out…
A fun and informative biology lesson.
This school thinks leggings are lowering boys’ test scores.
How to set up a little free library in your ‘hood.
Baby seals just wanna snuggle.
Seaworld’s whales are struggling with mental health issues.
Should we get rid of deceptively precise SAT scores?
This story made me laugh. (and reminded me of something Adam and I might do.)
Could these be the hardest languages to master?
A ship sailing through loopholes in international law.
Support cottage industries!
Just stay home.
Happy National Vegetarian Week! Here are 15 simple recipes if you’d like to celebrate by going meat free. : )
…and now it is time to rhythmically move your hips in celebration of the upcoming 2014 World Cup. Nothing says “We Are One” like J.Lo and flags!!!