#BreakThings: On the Road Again
I’m writing this from a hotel parking lot in the middle of nowhere. Now that the session is over, I’m making the long trips to say goodbye to everyone before I head back to Spokane. My old boss calls it my Farewell Tour. Maybe I’ll have t-shirts made.
Regardless, I could use a break. And an iced tea. So let’s jump right in.
I loathe Italian food. I don’t know why my aversion to it is so strong, but it is. There are two exceptions: Bolognese and Orzo pasta. I love orzo. And this Orzo al Limone is incredibly. It’s simple. It’s light. And it is packed with flavor. Throw in some vegetables and you’re golden.
We talk a lot about institutionalized misogyny, but I cannot think of a better example. Prepare for some infuriating bulls**t.
Two men thought to themselves, “What can we invent? What useful thing can we contribute to humanity?”
But instead of sticking to what they knew, they decided to develop a pretty, pink disposable glove for ladies to use when we remove tampons. Of course, only a person who has (presumably) never removed a tampon would think this was a good idea.
They pitched their invention (?) to a group of funders. And guess what? They got $35,000 to pursue it from a third man who was just as dumb as, but richer than the first two were.
Thanks guys for saving me from the dirty business of being a woman. 🖕
Read the article. Prepare for your toes to curl.
This flutter sleeve maxi dress in pale pink is just a delight. Comfortable with cute details, and perfect for summer. Oh, and those side vents, they keep it breezy on even the warmest days.
We’ve all learned a lot recently about what gets left out of the history books, and who decides what history is. May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. So I thought this article featuring 11 pivotal moments in Asian American history was informative and very worth your time.