Desmond Tutu would prefer Hell over a Homophobic Heaven (Love this man).
It’s hard to embed Facebook videos, but this one is worth clicking.
Sing it, boy!
One of my most favorite shows, Who Do You Think You Are?, returned to the small screen this past Tuesday. The episode, featuring Kelly Clarkson can be downloaded off iTunes (or could last I checked). I wasn’t all that enamored with this one. Kelly Clarkson is a bit of a ditz, and her family’s history wasn’t really all that interesting (to me). But, if you’re a genealogy junkie (like me), it’s worth watching. The other episodes this season look great. And if you’re really desperate, there is a UK edition of the show that’s pretty nifty. 🙂
I watched If Lucy Fell this weekend. I expected it to be awful, but found myself actually laughing. This scene was probably my favorite, though the quality on YouTube is absolutely terrible. It’s on Xfinity for free (as of yesterday).
40 Days of Dating. Interesting idea. I think, when single, we all have friends who we wonder about.
(Yes, I know–the punctuation needs help, but I love this all the same).
5 Reasons There Aren’t More Women in Atheism
The Persistent Geography of Disadvantage
Gentrification will Reduce Crime and Violence, but only if Poor People Stay
This is the Modem World: Social networking makes us feel alone
What Your Facebook Says About You
Now We Can Actually Count & Track the Familiar Strangers in Our Lives
32 oz of water, room temp, with 1 capful of Nervous Tension – Tissue P
My birthday IS in about 2 weeks. 😉
And, well, flying’s always good.
dreary, rainy days
peace & quiet
too many books to read
Roasted Honey Mustard Chicken with Kale, Asparagus, & Green Beans
Grilled Steak with Spiced Peach Salad
Rosemary Chicken with Burrata, Tomato, & Basil
Mojo Chicken with Cilantro Pesto and Kale
Meatballs with Zucchini Spaghetti & Tomato Sauce
Wild Caught Alaskan Cod with Arugula, Shaved Parmesan, & Lemon
Broken Elbow by Somerset Catalog
(Landing Gear is my favorite).
Forgot how much I like Mew until I stumbled upon this song (the intro is sort of weird, but stay with it).
Stumbled upon this gorgeous tribute to Jason Molina by Barzin, one of my favorites.