When I’m Not Walking, I’m Reading
I’m on the road this week, so I thought it might be a good time to share some of my favorite recent reads from around the web.
Do you care? I don’t know!
I figured I’d just share and you can ignore this post if it makes you grumpy. On the flip side, if you like this sort of thing, will you let me know? I’ll keep sharing what I bookmark, but only if makes you guys happy campers. Life is too short to share links no one wants to open, right?
For the Dogs:
Brindle is beautiful (and so are the other markings). Cartoons make everything more fun.
Fart jokes are funny. Fart science is interesting.
These photos are stunning and a little heartbreaking, plus the interview is fascinating (especially if you enjoy documentary photography).
For the Humans:
Pathological altruism. If you work in animal welfare, this is a must-read. Many of us will recognize someone we know. Maybe even ourselves, at some point? I know I did.
Humans can really stink sometimes. But more often than not, they totally rule. Humans of New York will help restore your faith.
I like easy. Sometimes we think we need to make things hard or they don’t count. Not true. Don’t resist easy.
Someone needs to buy me this t-shirt.
For the Laughs:
A sweet sounding gal gets drunk and tries to tell a joke to her husband.