What are you up to this weekend? We’re happy to be spending a few days in Austin, visiting old friends and eating all the migas tacos. We’re heading to Barton Springs today and maybe these amazing caves. (Any other recommendations?) Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…
Broccoli breakfast sandwich.
Amy Schumer’s comedy can sometimes get a little raunchy for me, but her special Growing is hilarious and pitch-perfect about pregnancy.
Literally the cutest thing we have ever seen.
Why everyone is watching TV with closed captions these days. Alex and I always do, and I’m not even sure why!
Finland’s hobbyhorse girls. This was fascinating. (NYTimes)
How to get smooth skin for spring dresses. Caroline swears by it.
So cool! This design museum turns real Swedish homes into exhibitions for a day.
Five ways to arrange grocery store flowers.
An honest invitation to a potluck, haha. “It would be great if someone could bring some very dry chicken that got cold on the subway, a very wet salad, a loaf of bread that tastes like wadded up newspaper, a tray of tooth-cracking cookies, and a lot of bags of chips. Food-wise, this potluck will end up being mostly chips.” (New Yorker)
How complaining turns coworkers into friends.
Love this swimsuit print.
Plus, two reader comments:
Says Joanne on what weird things are you scared of: “I am terrified of chunky peanut butter. I, for whatever reason, am convinced that the person stirring the peanut butter at the factory teeth fell out and that is why it is chunky.”
Says Madeline on favorite baby names: “I have two little girls. Our oldest is Maren and while thinking of a name for ‘little sister,’ I kept trying all of them out with ‘The adventures of Maren and _____.’ Eventually, we landed on Quinn and the adventures of Maren and Quinn have been so marvelous to follow these last few years!”