Amy writes the syndicated column "Ask Amy" and is a regular panelist on NPR's comedy quiz show "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me."‚ She is also the author of The Mighty Queens of Freeville: A Mother, a Daughter, and the To
I'll get right down it. Big mission this week. Not big in an uh-oh-this-is-so-time-consuming way. (In fact, this mission is super easy; you don't even have to get up from your chair.) Big in a let's-shake-things-up-and-create-a-movement way.So here we go.
I woke up to the most glorious summer day: a clear, sun-coated sky, tank top temperature, the meshed sounds of crickets and quiet.Despite the heavenly back-end descriptors of that last sentence, the operative three words are this:I woke up.And if you are reading this, you woke up too.We
After Mark's hilarious "jump" post yesterday, I couldn't help but think about the book "Jump" by Philippe Halsman. Do you know it? It's been a favorite of‚ mine for years, and has been experiencing a much-deserved comeback recently. Here's the book.
(source: 100musicalfootsteps.wordpress.com) I have always called my brother "pal." Joe, you didn't think I'd let this pal-themed week come to a close without a shout-out to you?A few key things about my brother/pal Joe.a) He is newly married.b