By Gabrielle. Photo: Crayon Hearts — still one of my very favorite Valentine projects!
Hello, Friends. How are you? Was it a good week? Do you have any Valentine’s Day plans for Sunday? And do you have Monday off for President’s Day? I’m looking at a 3-day weekend and it’s feeling pretty dang good!
Before I jump into my link list, I have a request for anyone who considers themselves a BIG fan of this blog. If you’re a long-time reader, if you love coming to the site, if you love talking about Design Mom, then I’m hoping you’ll help me out. As I embark on the website redesign, I’m doing some in depth market research about Design Mom, and I’m looking for 6 to 10 people to interview. It will take about an hour — so this is for people who really like talking about Design Mom.
I won’t be doing the interviewing, because the interviewer needs to be someone who can ask totally unbiased questions, but I will definitely be studying your responses and doing whatever I can to improve Design Mom. If you’re willing to volunteer your time, I would be forever grateful!! Please email me, let me know you’re interested, and we’ll get an interview time set up. Thanks in advance! UPDATE: So many volunteers! I can’t thank you enough! We’re all set. Woo hoo!
And now, here are a few things I’ve been wanting to share:
– French supermarkets banned from throwing away and spoiling unsold food.
– Make your own watercolors.
– This hit me in the gut. Can you imagine being your child’s organ?
– This article says the college admissions process is poisoning our kids’ teen years. Do you agree?
– Why elephants don’t get cancer and what that means.
– Toyota was overcharging minority customers — and now it has to pay them back.
– A father and son challenging the stereotypes of autism.
– How China’s one-child policy led to 30 Million Bachelors.
– The slow death of purposeless walking.
– 6 women scientists who were snubbed due to sexism.
– When your baby won’t eat.
– Woman who is a man chromosome-wise, gave birth after doctors grew her a womb.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend and a Happy Valentine’s Day! We’ll do a sweet little pink-themed breakfast for the kids on Sunday morning — I’m looking forward to it! I’ll meet you back here next week. I miss you already.