I’m going to be doing the Song of the Day every day at the Denver Music blog from now on (see below!). If you have any special requests, be sure to let me know.
Song of the Day: “She Don’t Use Jelly”
Simpsons Comics: Big Bonanza
Anchorage City Talk
Bad Press in Anchorage
Tooth Fairy Takes a Hit During Recession
I finally got to read Angie Sage’s latest book! And while it wasn’t as amazing as I’d have hoped, it was still fun to read, as all of her novels have been.
Adventure Book Club
Septimus Heap: Darke
Cop Charged with 189 Counts of Child Sexual Assault
Arizona Sports Insider
The Diamondbacks Drew Us Together
The Thinner Me
Weight Stigma Awareness Blog Carnival
French Book Club
Play and Learn French
I’ve had several friends ask me about this, so I thought I’d make a handy-dandy guide. This two-part article, which is very St. Louis-centric, is full of links, so get ready to fill your Favorites!
How to Homeschool in Missouri for (Pretty Much) Free, Part 1
How to Homeschool in Missouri for (Pretty Much) Free, Part 2
Hate My Kid
Yeah, You’re Not a Mother
Why Do People Always Want to Touch Natural Black Hair?
Even though I’ve been sick this week (with some kind of flu bug?) and having nasty tooth pain, I’ve still managed to be rather productive, and that’s one thing I’m pretty darn grateful for! I’m also loving…
my new Spotify account, which is amazing! free movie channel trials on TV, which couldn’t come at a better time (Wood Sprite is watching a free new cartoon movie while I work) air conditioning: I think everyone is incredibly grateful for that right now! a fridge full of groceries music class lined up for Wood Sprite in the fall extra projects assigned from work (and getting them done quickly!) high-rated articles & generally writing about food getting more things paid up or off, and making deals for the ones we’re behind on bags of fresh pears, mmmm surprise iced coffees from my fave aunt a lovely, lovely, lovely date day, courtesy of my mom & sister seeing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 during said date day catching up on a little sleep Neil Gaiman’s M is for Magic Angie Sage’s Septimus Heap: Darke Wood Sprite’s hilariousness, from potato songs to wanting to put sprinkles on everything surprise ice cream adventures The Glee Project–I didn’t like it much at first, and I’m still not really attached to it, but I do enjoy watching the performances