Archives for February 2017

Weekend Web Wandering 2017 Vol. 4

Want to know an interesting discovery I’ve made? The urge to hibernate in February is not strictly tied to the weather. See, I always thought that I wanted to stay home and be cozy in February because it was cold and yucky outside. But this week we’ve had sunshine and temperatures up to the high 70’s (fahrenheit, of course).

And did I want to go out and do? No, no I did not. I still wanted to limit my obligations and be inside my house.

The one difference I noticed that I was motivated to get a head start on some spring type chores instead of just curling up under a blanket with a book. So, there’s that, I guess.

By the by, today is cold with snow flurries. Bring on the blankets and books! (Or links)
weekly links round-up

Learning

Living

Loving

  • 6 Ways ‘Victoria’ Proves Prince Albert Was the Original Hipster by Mary Katharine Ham. This is shared all in good fun because I adore the ‘Victoria‘ series and Prince Albert (as portrayed by Tom Hughes) very much indeed. (So much that I ordered it from the UK before PBS began showing it in the U.S.)
  • This story about an American commando in Vietnam is long, twisty, and unresolved: M.I.A. by Matthew Shaer.

From Living Unabridged

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