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Inspiration to read together: New York Times

How long until I can get my hands on Photoshop’s new content-aware fill?: YouTube

Did you know you can burn diamonds?: PopSci

Selfish Seamstress haiku products to benefit cancer research (but wait, that’s not selfish…): The Selfish Seamstress

What happens when YouTube closes down for the night: YouTube

It’s not too late to join a Popover Sundress sew along, in French: Au Naturel (translation)

My new favorite stamps: US Postal Service

How not to complete the census form: YouTube

Trend forecast: Lunchbreath

The men and their fabulous chairs: Swiss Miss

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2 Comments:

Lindsay said...

Thank you for directing me to the New York Times article about the father and daughter who read together. I love the devotion they had to each other…simple yet profound. So many great life lessons packed into this article! I’ve passed it on to many friends, and the conversations are already flowing with books, time, and generativity…great link!

annie said...

Oh my goodness, that article from the Times is so, so wonderful. I have a teacher friend who also read to her daughters all the way until they went away to college and have always hoped to do the same- if my girl will let me!

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