A delicious weekend. |. | A cup of Jo



What are you doing this weekend? It should rain, but part of me likes to laze inside without any guilt. 🙂 I hope you have a good one, and here are a few links from all over the web …

Mother’s Day is complex, by the wonderful Anne Lamott.

Did you see the new one West Side Story trailer?

“I am a judge who granted custody in the Parents’ Trap, but in my defense I did not think they would go to the same camp. ”

New audio book by Mindy Kaling is a wonderful, special chapter on a single parent.

Are these balls of the same color? !!

I gave mine underwear drawer makeover.

12 mom on her secret powers. Kate Baer laughed at me and nodded. (New York Times)

Is this the perfect summer t-shirt?

Honest swimsuit review. (I loved this!)

Candles have a moment.

Salad on the same plate as dinner it is one of the simple pleasures of life.

Documentary film Captured: Bail in cash in America reveals the main problems with bail in cash. (Also, please consider joining us in donating for #FreeBlackMamas National Bail Out, if you are able to.)

Plus, two reader comments:

He tells Anya 12 reader comments on complete life: “This post reminded me of a ritual I had for several decades. Every night, I used to kiss someone absent before bed. As a child this was often my father – my parents divorced and I only saw him every other weekend. As a teenager, kissing was always for my current infatuation, embarrassing enough. When my now husband worked abroad for a very long time, the kiss was for him. When my grandmother was in the hospital, a kiss was for her. When we waited for our adopted child for even longer years, a kiss was for them. (My baby is now seven years old and loves to listen to mom’s kisses.) And now I have a wife and my baby right next to me when I fall asleep and I can actually physically kiss them goodnight. I think in past lives I often felt lonely and misunderstood, but still, there was always someone to whom I would send a kiss. And now I am surrounded by love and I am so grateful. “

Emily says a sweet story about a proposal: “My (now) wife was in a deep depression for a year before we decided to get married. After trying many medications, she switched to a new medication on Monday and told me she was starting to see color in the world again. By Friday, with coffee in bed, we decided to get married. No suggestions, no rings, just antidepressants. “

(Photo: Homemade Napoli pizza.)

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