PHOTO BY SUSAN KAUFMAN
What are you doing this weekend? We go on a day trip to Rockaway Beach to splash in the water. The people watching are also great – last time we went we saw a guy spinning on the sand and teenage girls playing really complex games of clapping hands. I hope you have a good one, and here are a few links from all over the web …
My kids LOVED it this game. (It screams at me!)
Great photos from the storm chaser.
Do it or not: these two bedroom colors.
The sweetest shoes wear with dresses.
Trailer for Reservation dogs, a new TV show.
This made me laugh about five minutes.
I love this New Yorker’s summer style.
My current celebrity crush. * fans alone *
Wow, what cold rainy poncho.
This title he made me laugh.
The celestial promenade has just opened which goes 100 meters above Sequoia Redwoods. Can you do that?
Plus, two reader comments:
Tricia says when you connected with your baby: “My third pregnancy was my son. After my two dreamy, soft daughters, I wasn’t ready for how much it would hurt to carry my son. I would cry and complain of painful kicks and kicks. I grumbled and was upset that he was going to be that unhappy and difficult baby. The night he was born he was so wonderful and calm. I breastfed him and apologized again for being ungrateful for this strong and healthy son. Eight hours alone with him and our connection was established. 23 years later he is still beautiful and calm. “
Haley says reading coincidences: “I witnessed an‘ improvised book club ’on the beach a few weeks ago. The woman was walking with her little daughter who was very persistent in wanting to get out of the sand, but she (mom) saw someone reading a book she had just finished so they stopped and chatted. Leaving, the daughter sighed: ‘Mom, you don’t even know that lady !!!’ The magic of books to turn a stranger into a friend. “
(Rain poncho by the way Swissmiss.)
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