What are your plans this week? My dad came yesterday and we are preparing for Thanksgiving. If you are not sure what to talk about at dinner, here are some interesting ideas. In addition, I want to say that I am infinitely grateful to the people in this wonderful, witty, smart, and incredible community, and I love you very much. Thank you for being here, whether you are a long-time reader or just passing by. Have a nice week, here are some interesting links from the Internet…
On Thanksgiving, Julia Child will Put out goldfish crackers!
An interesting game Playing on the road trip.
The pressure of immigrant children“As the first generation of Latino born in the United States, not only did I have high expectations-it was a requirement… When I answered my studies confidently… my satisfied grandmother Will smile and simply say,’Nos vas a sacar de la pobreza. (Translation: You will take us out of poverty.) Good.”
Quiz: Where should you live? (New York Times)
return, Every time i travel.
Son reflects on parents’ commitment, Was approved by the Catholic Church to live together chastely like “brothers and sisters” in order to avoid committing serious crimes. (New York Times.)
new movie Humanity It looks really compelling. On Saturday we will see licorice pizza!
Interview a 12-year-old child after dinner Who is sitting at an adult’s table for the first time on Thanksgiving.
10 rules of Thanksgiving“Unless you are under 10 or over 65, do not make the last throw.”
the best Street photography in 2021.
How to destroy a woman’s success? Talk about her body.
Finally, here are 5 amazing sales:
* Living Proof Shampoo and Conditioner Set There is a 20% discount (no code required). I use this every day.
If you want some ideas, here is our 2021 gift guide so far. xo
In addition, there are two reader comments:
Sarah said on her new mother’s welcome package: “I hope that other milestones/major life events will also be attached to the welcome package. This reminds me of the early grief after my father’s death. My best friend sent me one. An email (“Welcome to the Club of Dead Parents”, I guess?). This is very helpful when my family is trying to complete complex tasks while suffering from a sad brain (this is true). Such as: How many copies of the death certificate do you need and for what purpose, the list of whose deaths need to be notified, and you expect to receive strange phone calls from people who want to buy a house, etc.”
Sarah said on the new mother’s welcome package: “For me, Joe’s Cup is my mother’s handbook. I can’t tell you how often I have come here to find the advice or wisdom I need. Before I have children, I pass” “Mother Monday” series learned a lot about mothers. The 2017 lullaby post is my favorite comment section. “What’s on my ass? Advice saves my sanity. “Just add water” is the best ever Good advice. All the mental health support you shared helped me solve PPD—throw it into the Grand Canyon! My brain tells my story! Go for a walk! Your views on the parenting of your son helped me measure My own expectations. I know that we are not’real life’ friends, but as mothers, this community has helped me more than anything in real life.” [Ed. note: SOB!]
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(photographer Mysterious Kitchen.)