What are you doing this weekend? I read Everything I never told you author Celeste Ng and I really enjoy it. (Stay awake too late to complete the chapter!) I hope you have a good one – stay warm – and here are a few links from all over the web …
I love the sleeve on this nice sweater.
Scandinavian trends that life feels good. (New Yorker)
How beautiful she is this living room onion?
Chicken rice it looks delicious.
Will you watch Oprah’s interview with Meghan and Harry this Sunday?
Mom, the rest of your dreams awaits you in this dental chair. (I have to admit, I kind of relate to this!)
Oh my God, nature is beautiful.
And great news: Primary children runs a 30% discount on their signature styles to celebrate their sixth birthday. Use the COJ code for a 20% discount on everything else, plus free shipping, for new customers. (We love these!!!)
Plus, three reader comments:
Say SP to which is lacking in a pandemic marriage: “I broke up with my longtime partner around Christmas, so even though I don’t have this experience, I love reading all your love stories! I’ve been reading COJ since I was a lonely teenager in a small southern town and I feel like I grew up emulating the writers and commentators here. So, this is how you like it, and that’s how you live. What a kind, funny, open group of people we have here! “
Mallory says which is lacking in a pandemic marriage: “The other day my husband and I jokingly argued about who was funnier, me or him. I sent messages to my friends like it was definitely me, right ?? My friend replied with a text message, ‘Well, do you remember when I broke one of your wine glasses and I was so sick, and his response was to carelessly throw a glass of wine to break his too? That was HAPPY. ‘I forgot how funny he is with other people! I laughed so hard at the memory and can’t wait to see it again through the eyes of others. “
Says J. 7 things that surprised me in breastfeeding: “Breastfeeding is amazing! And so is breastfeeding! For any parent struggling with the inability to breastfeed or deciding not to do so, take comfort in the knowledge that your baby will still look you in the eye when you come to her with a bottle of their beloved formula or pumped breast milk. They will still stare deep into your eyes as they take the bottle while you remember the faces. Your chest will continue to be the safest and most comfortable place in the world to curl up and fall asleep to the sound of your heartbeat. He would never remember how they were fed, but deep down he would know that they loved them beyond measure and that their bellies were always full. “
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