Sunday Reading List

I’ve been busy with everything but writing a blog post this week.  I even have quite a few ideas for many posts, but I just haven’t gotten around to writing any of them because I had other things that were higher on my list of priorities this week.  One of my priorities today is to write four rough draft blog posts.  I know, I dream big.  Initially, I thought that I would just not post this weekend, but while I was dyeing my old lady white hairs last night, I decided that I wanted to do a post of other posts.  Since I’m also behind on reading the blogs that I love, I figured that I could use today’s blog post as a lazy excuse way to share some of my favorite bits of bloggy and internet goodness with my mom you.  (Just kidding, not even my mom reads my blog.)

24 Important Pieces Of Life Wisdom From The Ladies Of “Girl Code”
Pearls of wisdom for all women, but funny.

Travels With Mary – The Sunshine Award
I enjoy her blog – it’s light, fun, and we share alot of common interests.  In this post, she mentions a house with a Deathly Hallows window.  If I ever own a cardboard box home, that’s gonna be a must have.  Also, I didn’t know Matt and Kim did that song until now.  If only I had a smartphone with an app that would tell me who does songs that I like when I hear them…

The Teresa Jusino Experience – TERESA GOES TO THE MOVIES: The World’s End
I’ve pimped Teresa on here before.  Today, I’m double pimping because I also love all things Edgar Wright/Simon Pegg/Nick Frost.

The Pintester – Chorizo Kale Soup
The Pintester tests pins from Pinterest.  I’m not sure how she came up with the name of her blog, but I don’t judge.  In this post, she tests a soup recipe.  She doesn’t always have the proper ingredients or remember to follow directions, but this one went pretty smoothly.  Even so, it’s still funny.  She also offers some very important info for men who cook with habenero peppers.

Crafts For Assholes – In which we try something a little different
All this time, I thought my parents were just kinda trashy.  Turns out, they were home decor visionaries.

Well, that’s it for this post.  Hope you enjoyed the Sunday Reading List!


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