What are you as much as this weekend? Happy Lunar New Year, to those that have a good time! We’ve been taking part in on-line Codenames with my mother and father and sister, and it truly works rather well. We have one other match tonight! Have a good one, and listed below are a few hyperlinks from across the internet…
A humorous remedy for boredom.
What it feels prefer to be Chinese in America throughout COVID. (And this caption.)
The skinniest home in England.
Five individuals describe courting through the pandemic.
Love the feel of this fisherman sweater (and it’s 30% off).
The greatest broccoli, of all issues.
These Bachelor recaps are actually enjoyable, should you’re into that sort of factor. 😉
The new film Minari seems fantastic.
What the snow actually seems like in NYC.
12 Valentine’s Day items at Trader Joe’s.
I like all issues home looking, so I devoured this home hunt story.
Plus, three reader feedback:
Says Danielle on I found out the right night exercise: “I’ve been loving the Instagram account @poetryisnotaluxury for reminding me of favorites and introducing me to so many poets. I’ll forever have a soft spot for Richard Brautigan:
It’s not quite cold enough
to go borrow some firewood
from the neighbors.”
Says Erika on parenting nostalgia: “My three kids are 22, 19 and 16, and if I had one wish it would be for the doorbell to ring and for it to be their little selves standing there, at any given age along the way, with overnight bags packed to spend a day or two with all of us. To relive those moments (to scoop up those little faces that I miss!) and to think how they’d react and interact individually and collectively – them ‘then’ and them ‘now’ — well, just thinking about it makes me laugh and get teary every time. I can only hope this is what grandparenting will be like.”
Says Katie on what do you speak about with the individuals you reside with: “We’ve started doing mini TED talks on subjects one person knows a lot about and the other knows basically nothing. Recent topics:
– High school drill team
– How to make the perfect smoothie (he used to work at Jamba Juice)
It’s really dorky but interesting to think about allll the things we each know that the other doesn’t, even though he’s the person I know best!”
(Photo by Yasmine Mei/Instagram.)