Sunday, February 16, 2014
Happy weekend, all! I hope you're having a good one, staying warm, and either relaxing or being productive (whichever your goal is). If you celebrate it, did you have a good Valentine's Day? We don't care too much about it here, but I did get flowers and we cooked dinner together.
I've started a new Pinterest board where I'm sharing Last Night's Dinner. So far, it's been a nice little personal push to keep trying new things and not just throwing together pasta and sauce and a salad again. Some of the recipes are from Short & Sweets, but not all. On Friday we made these veggie burgers and fries, and they turned out pretty well. The fries were especially, surprisingly, good.
A journalist finds that Shaun White is still a good guy after all
A new study reinforces the idea that full fat may not be so bad after all.
Dogs doing good.
A Dallas sports anchor delivers a great response to Michael Sam's critics.
Do you know about forced molt? Apparently (another) horrible aspect of large egg producers is another reason to seek out the happy chickens near you.
I read several good articles about motherhood/parenting this week- was it something in the air? From A Practical Wedding, Meg's look back at her first year of being a mom. Two letters - one from a working mom to a stay-at-home mom and vice versa. Finally, the response of a dad in defense of his wife.
Upworthy delivers again- a French film in which gender roles are reversed. note: brief nudity
Labels: weekend reading