What are you up to this weekend? We’re having a few friends over for games tomorrow. (I’m obsessed with this one. Have you played it?) Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…
I love you, I love you, I love you. (The New Yorker)
Have you seen the Netflix docuseries Cheer? Everyone I know is raving about it.
Really like these earrings.
I found this swimsuit post so compelling.
What happens to your checked luggage at the airport.
This T-shirt made me laugh. #moms
Have you ever cried at work? “In the summer, I cry on the office roof because no one really goes up there, but in the winter I’m more of a backstairwell crier, lol.”
What a beautiful building!
Dancing twigs, just ’cause.
Plus, two reader comments:
Says K. on 12 reader comments about sex: “One of my favorite things to do is walk around Boston’s busy financial district on my lunch break listening to erotic podcasts and books. It fuels the ‘mood’ (for me) to be listening to someone describe an erotic act while everyone around me rushes to a meeting or lunch or whatever. It’s like my own little secret.”
Says Anna on 9 books about love: “I’m 42, divorced, and met the love of my life this year, and we have been idyllically, teenagerishly, madly in love for eight months so far, and still going strong building a blended family together. Our relationship is mature, kind and stable, while also being all-encompassingly passionate. I’m so glad to discover I can feel this way in middle age and to know there’s no reason to settle for a relationship that doesn’t meet my needs. What joy!”
(Photo by Kari Herer.)