What are you up to this weekend? Anton is starting drumming classes, so I might make some brownies for our neighbors:) Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…
Thank you for being so excited about our Spring Market! Would love to meet you there. 🙂
I saw this movie this week, and it was a delightful confection.
Would you try no-screen Sundays?
A comic talking to kids about the coronavirus. Loved this.
This photo made me laugh so much!
This shirt has the prettiest sleeves.
What a welcoming entryway.
A delicious dinner for kids or adults.
We interrupt this brain surgery to bring you a violin solo.
Have you seen Love Is Blind? It’s bonkers but so compelling.
Enjoyed this essay by rom-com director Nancy Meyers, who now finds herself attending weddings with her ex-husband. (New York Times)
Plus, a reader comment:
Says Christine on what’s one nice thing someone has done for you: “While traveling in Hong Kong, I had an anxiety attack in the middle of a crowded shopping mall — my heart felt as though it would explode, and I felt like I was drowning. As I scanned my surroundings for somewhere to sit, I realized that both of my calves and all of my toes decided to start cramping.
“Overwhelmed and now unable to walk, I sat down on the floor in the middle of the shopping mall and tried to stretch out my cramps. I was beyond caring about how strange I must have looked. Moments later, older Hongkonger ladies who…