A Few Things
Hello, Friends. How are you? How was your week? Our big event of the week was getting to see Hamilton! We bought tickets back in December, and the kids were counting down the days the entire time. Our four youngest kids are some kind of Hamilton Superfans, I swear. And the show was every bit as wonderful as they dreamed it would be. Any Hamilton fans at your house? Have you had a chance to see it? If you’re curious, you can see some photos from our evening here.
My to-do list today is epic, but before I tackle it, here are a few things I wanted to share with you:
– Karen of Chookooloonks shared a little profile on me where we talked about the difference between fashion and style.
– Nukes On RadioLab. “I find it odd that the only area that there is not a check and balance is the one that could literally result in the end of the world.”
– New development in the infertility world. 3-D printed ovaries have helped mice. Will they work for humans?
– Is minimalism as satisfying as we thought? (NYT)
– Heartbreaking. Chechen authorities tell parents, ‘Kill your gay sons or we will.’
– A simple test to find out if you’re getting enough sleep.
– The anti-vaccination movement has been targeting Somali refugees in Minnesota, bringing on the worst measles breakout in 30 years. (NYT)
– 10 ways kids appear to be acting badly, but aren’t.
– How to get your body caftan ready for summer.
– We spent months bracing and preparing for the death of our daughter. But guess what? We weren’t ready.
– So silly but made me laugh. He used FaceApp in a museum.
– Your 5-year-old is already racially biased. Here’s what you can do about it.
– A series of photos from O Magazine that flips the script on race expectations.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend. I’ll meet you back here on Monday. I miss you already.
P.S. — My weekend plans? Making these Mini Cherry Crisps.