Image and text by Gabrielle.
Hello, Friends! How are you? Was it a good week? Ours was full of end-of-school-year activities. Yesterday was Hero Day at the elementary school and Betty dressed up as Ben Blair! The last day of school is next Thursday — I’m guessing Monday thru Thursday will be pretty laid back. This weekend we have lots going on. A track meet, a birthday party for a friend, and a family cousins get-together on Sunday. Should be fun!
Also. This is cool. Saturday morning, our whole family will be hosting an early screening of How To Train Your Dragon 2 in Emeryville— it’s part of the Fandango Family Screenings. If you’re a Bay Area family, you can win tickets to join us at the showing! Popcorn and soda included!! Send an email to DesignMomScreening@gmail.com for more information and for your chance to win. Emails will be accepted until 5:00pm today (that’s Friday, June 6th). Then one lucky family, chosen at random from all emails received, will be notified by 6:00pm. See you at the movies! #fandangofamily
Now, while we get ready to embrace the busy weekend, here are a few things I’ve wanted to share:
– It’s been over 50 days. BRING BACK OUR GIRLS! #bringbackourgirls
– Cute! She made an infographic about important family information (like who enjoys ice cream most).
– Do you want to be “exceptionally likeable“?
– The Bloggess is the Bluebird of Happiness.
– How ingrained is sexism in our culture? Well. Turns out Americans are less fearful of storms with female names.
– It’s the 70th Anniversary of D-Day today. And a 93-year-old WWII vet will parachute into Normandy — again — to mark the day.
– A one minute version of Jim Carrey’s commencement speech. So good!
– Manifesto against the tyranny of luxury kitchens.
I hope you have the happiest weekend. I’ll meet you back here on Monday. I miss you already.
P.S. — My inbox has had some heavy heartbreak in it this week — a reminder to me that everyone I encounter is probably having a rough time of it in one way or another, and that I need to be ever kinder. For those in a hard spot, I hope people are nice to you this weekend. : )