Since Last We Spoke, 1-29-18

A good Monday to you all–we actually thawed a bit in DC this weekend, and were able to take advantage of the nicer weather with a hike and some time down at the Wharf for an early meal. Naturally, snow is in the forecast here and in the 216 where I’ll be headed later in the week. But I’ll take it where I can get it, as I’ve become a bit of a delicate flower since moving south of the Mason-Dixon line. BTW, congrats, Alison C, you are the winner of our giveaway! Please email me your address so I can send out your book.

Bit of a sleepless night last night, so I had the opportunity to catch up on some reading. Here’s what caught my eye since last we spoke:

Why women don’t get paps

What silences women (now I need to watch her TED talk)


A lawsuit seemed inevitable

Never underestimate the importance of journalism in our society

An excellent question

The female price of male pleasure (one of the most cited articles in my feeds this week, and for good reason)

What we mean when we say marriage is work

When sleep is elusive

I am absolutely here for this.


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1 reply on “Since Last We Spoke, 1-29-18”

Love Ada Calhoun’sWhat We Mean When We Say Marriage Is ‘Work’. What resonates for me is the quote by de Marneffe, “Marriage,” she writes in The Rough Patch, “is the crucible for becoming a more mature, compassionate person.” Cannot wait to read The Rough Patch, I thought that was marriage.

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