Have a good week-end. | A cup of Jo
What are you doing this week end? I read Everything I never told you by Celeste Ng and really enjoy it. (Staying up way too late to finish the chapters!) Hope you have a good one – stay warm – and here are some links from all over the web…
I love the sleeve on it nice sweater.
Scandinavian trends so that life feels good. (New Yorker)
How pretty it is this living room arch?
Chicken rice it looks delicious.
Will you watch Meghan and Harry’s Oprah Interview this Sunday?
Mom, the vacation of your dreams awaits in this dentist chair. (I have to admit I’m kind of related to this!)
Oh my God, nature is beautiful.
And good news: Primary children is hosting a 30% discount on its signature models to celebrate its sixth anniversary. Use the code COJ for 20% off everything else, plus free shipping, for new customers. (We like these!!!)
In addition, three comments from readers:
Say SP on what is missing from a pandemic marriage: “I broke up with my longtime partner around Christmas, so even though I don’t really have that experience, I love reading love stories from all of you! I’ve been reading COJ since I was a lonely teenager in a small southern town, and I feel like I grew up admiring writers and commentators here. So that’s how you love, that’s how you live. What a nice, funny and open bunch of people we have here! “
Said Mallory on what is missing from a pandemic marriage: “The other day my husband and I were having a joke about who’s funnier, me or him. I texted my friends saying it’s definitely me, right ?? My friend responded by saying, ‘Well you remember that time when I broke one of your wine glasses and I felt so bad, and his response was to throw his wine glass against the wall. to break hers, too? It was HILARIOUS. I had forgotten how funny he is with others! I laughed so hard at the memory and can’t wait to be able to see it again through other people’s eyes.
Said J on 7 things that surprised me about breastfeeding: “Breastfeeding is amazing! And no breastfeeding! For any parent who is struggling to be unable to breastfeed or chooses not to breastfeed, rest assured knowing that your baby will always look at you with doe-eyed when you come to him with a bottle of his formula. -loved or pumped breast milk. They will still look you deep in the eye when they pick up their bottle, as you memorize each other’s faces. Your breasts / chest will always remain the safest and most comfortable place in the world where they curl up and fall asleep to the sound of your heartbeat. They will never remember how they were fed, but they will know deep down that they were loved beyond measure and their wombs were always full.
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