How was your week, guys? I celebrated a friend’s birthday with group pedis, played tennis very badly, and brunched with some of my favorite, most accomplished ladies.
I’ve been hanging out with a friend and her toddler lately and this children’s book
A panda appears in the backyard of three children. He is holding a large red umbrella (one that he holds over the three children as they talk) and is extraordinarily polite. The book notes that he, “spoke with a slight panda accent”. With this initial meeting, the children slowly befriend their new neighbor, Stillwater.
My sister is adopted from Korea and some of my dear friends adopted their daughter from China. This documentary
about international adoption looks fascinating.
My girl Ellie just published her first book about a runaway whose magic pen creates tattoos that come to life!
Wow. What does it feel like to be racially profiled?
Apparently, it was a “random” security screening procedure (everyone else kept boarding). I was confused and startled, 18 at the time, this was my first interaction with a law enforcement officer. I was surprised because I had landed at Heathrow a few hours earlier and I never left the terminal waiting area.
I found no information on patching myself up again. For the right, recovery means repentance. For the left, you weren’t supposed to have to recover at all. Abortions were different from miscarriages. Those are tragic. We were bad. If you get an abortion, you haul yourself to work the next day. The world owes you no sympathy. Count yourself lucky you were able to get one at all.
Some Yes and Yes
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Hope you had a great week, guys!