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mid-week round-up

What are you up to this week? As I mentioned in this post, things are slowing down for a few weeks around these parts. I’ll happily take the opportunity to watch the new season of Orange Is The New Black and read this book. If you’re in need of some entertainment of your own, may I recommend the following links…

What is an Irish Exit? And why it’s not actually that rude.

Remember when I said I wanted to move NOLA? This charming creole cottage is giving me ALL the feels.

What it’s like to spend a day with a Venezuelan government minder.

Make your own beach house pillow!

How much businesses pay to get on those big blue exit signs.

How Kim Kardashian pushed the boundaries of celebrity pregnancy.

Stop pretending to be outraged by Kathy Griffin’s video.

Related: So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson

Real World: Seattle’s Irene opens up about getting slapped by a guy on the show.

The ultimate guide to creating your bucket list! 

Related: My Reverse Bucket List

The internet is where we share — and steal — the best ideas.

I’ve been listened to the podcast At Home With and the episode with By Terry founder, Terry De Gunzburg made me want to go out and by this and this.

Y’all know I love commitment.

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mid-week round-up

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Hi friends! What’s going on in your world this week? Chet and I are putting plans in place for an October trip to Louisiana. (Remember this? We’re hoping to hit up Festivals Acadiens again. Mmmmm, crawfish potatoes!) Hope your day is spectacular, and if you’re in an internet-y mood, here are 12 links to keep you clicking…

Customs that are totally normal in some countries, but weird everywhere else.

The agony and ecstasy of dating at a strict Christian college.

Re-tracing a rail adventure across half the continent to Haight-Ashbury.

Archaeologists are discovering how fugitive slaves kept their freedom deep in the swamps.

Why do tourists visit ancient ruins everywhere except the United States?

Stacy London on ageing and style.

Extreme hunger is tearing apart Venezuela.

Mother Teresa: Martyr or Myth?

Ann M. Martin talks The Babysitters Club and rebooting another children’s series.

Why doesn’t Keeping Up With the Kardashian’s show nannies?

The consequences of monetizing your bliss.

So, this is going down in Lexington.