Linkity from a 64F day in Minneapolis, MN, in mid-February

Bookity

Think, Do, Make, Learn

Cookity

Gluten Free

Artsy Crafty

Cool

Cool or Wha…?

Wha…?

LOL

Teh Cute

Reading Update
Alien Taste, Tainted Trail, Bitter Waters, and Dog Warrior (Ukiah Oregon #1-4) by Wen Spencer. Not her best work (it’s pretty old), but at least the writing improved as the series went on. Unfortunately, this is the entire series and it doesn’t feel finished to me.
The Rivers of London, Moon Over Soho, and Whispers Underground (Peter Grant #1-3) by Ben Aaronovitch. Rereading this excellent series again. Just as good (if not better) the second time around.


“That’s enough out of you, Mayhem!” -Chaos

“Mom!!!! The big kitty is being mean to me again!!!!!” -Mayhem

7 thoughts on “Linkity from a 64F day in Minneapolis, MN, in mid-February”

  1. I only had a minute to look at your blog today, and my eye caught cat wine (Serioulsy!!?) and chocolate sheet cake with honey roasted peanut frosting. One of these two things is in my future.

    Chaos! You be a nice big brother! Have a good weekend, Chris! Enjoy the global warming?

  2. “Trump’s handshake pissing contest.” Best description I’ve read of that, ever. (And I also loved the Last Week Tonight segment on it.)

    I think I knew most, if not all, of those Audible tips, but thanks for the link! It was a good reminder.

    I love, love, LOVE the Mister Rodgers quote in the library resist article. (I loved the article, too. This is one of the things I love about libraries and one reason why I will support them as long as I can.) This is going in my Bullet Journal for next month. (I have one or more quotes starting out each month.)

    Huh. I think I would have expected the space poop article to be under the “Cool or Wha…?” category…

    And… about that cat wine? No. Just no.
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