Finally scheduled my haircut. Can’t wait!
Do I buy a new bathing suit? It’s really cute and on sale, and I haven’t bought one in at least three years. But I also don’t go swimming a ridiculous amount.
Nice things about today
It’s Friday (finally!) It’s beautiful out and will continue to be over the weekend I earned enough stamps on my loyalty card to get a free coffee Walt gave me a ride to the gym when an iTunes update delayed my progress Lunch out for Carolyn’s birthday Saying hello to security guards in multiple buildings Red ballet flats Theater and drinks tonight Did I mention...
Lesson learned: If the T is taking forever and you* see a bus coming, do not run for the bus instead. You’ll have to switch at Kenmore anyway, and you’ll see the T you were supposed to be on leave without you. *Thankfully, I was not the you in the situation, but I did see the girl who’s usually on my T and chose to run for the bus instead. Sorry, morning commuter companion! But...
Anne Frank's full diary on display in Amsterdam →
caraobrien: AMSTERDAM – Nearly all of Anne Frank’s diary went on display Wednesday for the first time at the house where she wrote it during the two years the Jewish teenager was in hiding from the Nazis. The notebooks and pages that comprise the World War II diary have been moved into the Anne Frank House museum to mark 50 years since it opened its doors to the public.
I want someone who will be monogamous, and nice to their mother. I want someone...– Liz Lemon, saying things I have neither the courage nor sobriety to say right now. (via schwenk) (via vinnyvedecci) (via crabcakes) (via nellayelhsa)
The 100 Greatest Novels of All Time →
libraryland: jerryfosterpdn: A list compiled by Daniel S. Burt, a PhD in Literature and for nine years the dean of Wesleyan University This is why I could never teach literature at the college level—because I disagree with about half of these. I mean, really? Don Quixote at #1? It’s nice sall, but not the greatest novel of all time. And Emma as #11? It’s not even...
The 2010 TIME 100 →
In our annual TIME 100 issue we name the people who most affect our world Heck yeah Suzanne Collins, author of The Hunger Games, is on that list!
One of this month’s flavors at JP Licks: Coconut Almond Chip. Biscotti inspiration!
Upside of the office this morning: The archivists are all so nice! I love working with them. Downside of the office this morning: Why doesn’t our main databse work? I need to know things!
Why Is Coffee Addictive?
Celebrity look-alike of the morning commute: Hugh Laurie.
You'll be fine, just breathe
Zefrank got an email from a follower who had just moved to a new city and was feeling sad and overwhelmed. (Been there!) So he put together a beautiful song to make her feel better. It’s a minute and a half, and I practically cried hearing it. If you’ve ever felt sad or overwhelmed or lonely, this song is for you.
messaluna: now that’s how to do it :)
messaluna: hey palegirlinthecity! how are ya doll :) Hey there! Cozy night on this end. How are you?