What are you as much as this weekend? We’re deciding on our Halloween costumes — Anton will most likely be a pile of leaves — and stocking up on Reese’s and Snickers. (What sort of sweet do you cross out?) Hope you could have an excellent one, and listed here are a number of hyperlinks from across the net…
How fairly is this work gown?
Can’t wait to look at Kristen Bell’s new comedy film.
A yummy dinner to eat earlier than trick-or-treating.
All the time enjoyable to learn Jennifer Coolidge interviews. “I like my home in New Orleans… It’s darkish, and you’re feeling such as you’re in one other world. There’s lots of people that may’t deal with that. In case you had a one-night stand in my home, you possibly can say, ‘Would you want to fulfill the remainder of my lifeless household?’ My home is form of scary. That will be the anti-sell… However I can deal with being alone in an echo-y place.” (Vogue)
OMG THIS PILLOW! That is the motto I say on a regular basis with my boys (about my physique, their our bodies, everybody’s physique).
Would you put on a brilliant pink marriage ceremony gown?
The sixth love language doesn’t exist. (NYTimes reward hyperlink)
“5 causes I don’t need a larger residence.”
We’re at all times attempting to get the temper lighting proper in our condominium, and right here’s my new inspiration. Now that’s crepuscular. (NYMag)
Plus, three reader feedback:
Says Suze on 11 feedback on parenting teenagers: “My dad, who handed away 10 years in the past, was a superb dad. He was embarrassing and sang on a regular basis. However he consistently informed me how proud he was of me. He’d depart little voicemails and texts; he would scrape my automotive from snow and ice; and he’d depart cups of espresso for me earlier than college. However this one tip sticks. He would are available my room, have a seat, take a deep breath and say, ‘Suze, you could have such a cool room.’ It was a straightforward one liner that usually led to lengthy conversations. I positive do miss him. Grateful he was my dad for 26 years.”
Says Lexie on 11 feedback on parenting teenagers: “‘Holding house’ is a type of phrases that will get mentioned so much however I by no means understood the that means till not too long ago. I’m a center college trainer, and what I inform the dad and mom of my seventh graders is that you need to proceed to ask your little one questions, even when they reply the identical means each time (for instance, how was college? ‘Fiiiiiine’). It issues that you simply ask, invite dialog, and present care, irrespective of what number of occasions you’re rejected. Youngsters need that management, that potential to be dismissive, and many others. as a result of their lives nonetheless aren’t of their management simply but. Hold in there!”
Says Lindsey on an amazing Brooklyn condominium tour: “My associates and I’ve a sport like Salad Bowl, however we name it ‘Degree 6.’ The primary three rounds are the identical as Salad Bowl. [Everyone puts three words into a bowl; then in the first round, you can say anything; the second round is charades and you act out the word; and the third round is just one word.] However then spherical 4 is only a sound, spherical 5 is a facial features, and spherical 6 is whole TELEPATHY. Degree 6 virtually by no means works, but it surely ends in hilarious eye contact, or individuals closing their eyes and attempting to soak up the vitality. And when it does work, it’s simply the perfect.”
(Picture of Paris by Julia Volk/Stocksy.)