I hadn’t worn this skirt in awhile. There’s a Sistine Chapel ticket in the pocket.
Do you guys want to start a podcast?
This parody is incredible. They really committed.
Have you heard about Simple, The Easiest Cookbook in the World? I read about it in someone’s comments and ordered a copy. I’m so impressed by the layout.
No recipe has more than six ingredients, and each of them is pictured.
Every recipe also has a photo of the finished product so you know in advance if it looks yum. So genius.
Do you know about it? Any favorite recipes therein? Or do you have throw-it-together recipes like this that you use to whip up quick meals? Tell, please.
Reiterating my annual request for smart people to breed. Thank you.
All Your Heart Are Belong to Me, $5
I just set you up the bomb.
Boobies Calculation, $4
A much more sound approach than kicking her because you like her.
Carl Sagan Valentine, $5
Cyrano got nothing on Sagan.
Space and Time Valentine, $5
You should probably let those guys go.
Dr. Who Valentine, $5
Comes see the softer side of gears.
Replenish My Hearts, $8
You are a life-giving force, son.
Texting Bubble Stationery Set, $16
Maybe you’re old fashioned, and you want to text a love letter.
Papercut Protest Valentine, $5
All of us know Valentine’s Day is a fake holiday created by greeting card companies anyway. But if you’re going this route, maybe grab her some flowers too.
Plus some old guides that might give you good ideas:
I Love You, Nerd Valentine: Top 10 Valentines for Geeks
Nerds in Love: 10 Valentines for Geeks
Today is lunch with an old friend I haven’t seen since I ran into him at a Paris flea market, and dinner with Brad’s bestie and his new(ish) love. This weekend we’re joining the Women’s March in San Francisco with some friends, and Sunday we have many plants that need potting. What are you up to? Are you joining in any civic unrest? Or does resting in general sound better? Take care of yourself. Some good links for you:
“For three weeks, I wrote down any thought, image or memory that gave me a tingly feeling. I animated the list, and what it accidentally became was a stream-of-consciousness trek through my life. This is the trailer to my brain.” –Nate Milton (via Swiss Miss)
Sunken, 600-year-old Buddha emerges from water in China. This is my jam.
“Surround yourself with people who are doers and who are positive. If you’re going to be influenced by people, both consciously and subconsciously, it may as well be people that are smart, talented, and fun to be around.” Justina Blakeney’s Meditation on Creativity
Ooo. Tea pour-over set.