True story. Netflix just suggested this movie to me as a “film you’ll love based on your viewing habits”:
I don’t know whether to be proud or insulted.
Flourish in Progress: (T)hug Life: Part hood. Part good.
Pregnancy Calendar at Alpha Mom: Amalah’s week-by-week guide to the miracle of pregnancy and all the various indignities that come with it.
Heather Mosko: Sharing the weird and crafty I find along the way as I research and write my next mystery.
The Mack Files: Digesting life in bite-sized pieces through the lens of clichés, quotes & “truisms”. Often irreverent, always honest.
Candid Kay: A heaping pile of steaming good.
Barking at the Moon: If your dog is your furry child, you will laugh out loud at Tracy Beckerman’s book about her family & a one-dog wrecking ball named Riley.
Kieran’s Humor: Not suitable for children, the sensitive, or those hoping to get into heaven.
Born to be Public by Greg Mania: Named one of the best books of 2020 by NPR, O, The Oprah Magazine, & more. You should read it. Audiobook out now!
Ingram Hills Dental: Local San Antonio badass dentist willing to talk and laugh you off the dental cliff. Military wife, mom and lover of sarcasm and teeth.
Perfectionist Anonymous: Proudly serving unpolished working motherhood, with bipolar depression and hilarity on the side.
Road Tested: The new album from Dylan Brody and Chauncey Bowers drops for digital download on July 20th! Get it for just $5 with pre-purchase!
Ghost Games: Play at your peril. Eight spine-tingling short stories about paranormal games. It is the perfect book for spooky season!
LIFE LESSONS FROM A LATE BLOOMER: Vignettes of a Small-Town Girl: Jackie Ewing has stumbled around the world into bears, bullet holes, rattlesnakes, interlopers, camels, flying mattresses, and even giant testicles. Loaded with truth and humour, the perfect book for fellow stumblers.
mountain kintsugi: Kintsugi repairs and restoration using traditional Japanese materials. Find the beauty in the broken.
Just Another Meat-Eating Dirtbag: A memoir: ‘A charming, often hilarious look at how love is actually the worst.’-Tom Hart, author of the NYT bestseller Rosalie Lighting