The Weekend is here and for me starting early. I fall among the few lucky ones that get Good Friday off from work. And boy do I need it.
I know I know……It’s good Friday, Lent for goodness sakes heading into Easter. It should be much more then simply a holiday but what I can I say…..I tell it like it is. And for me today was a day spent running errands and catching up on home repairs. I even bought myself some new CDs like this one. I wish the concept of music sitcom dramas existed when I was a performance art major/musical theater nerd. That would be my career of choice. Right up there with Country music singer. So you can imagine that Glee, Smash and Nashville are on my weekly must watch list.
I bought this weeks New Yorker magazine for the cover. It is fabulous! Of course I couldn’t find it at my local magazine store so I purchased it online. Only to come across it today on my way out and about town. That was a bummer….I could have saved myself the shipping costs.
Last week we officially moved into spring with the only snow of the year. But today and the remainder of the weekend may prove to bring spring into full bloom. But with spring for me beckons the urge to clean, organize and pair down. So if you are like me and want to have a garage sale then you should read this great article Why not… have a yard sale? by Simply Luxurious Life.
I hope you all have a fabulous weekend. Here are some things to check out of read over the weekend.
Light Lovers ~ Printmatters ~ A creative do-it-yourself project using negatives to create artistic light fixtures.
Maiden Nation ~ A creative collective where internationally empowered women blend beautiful handmade ethical goods with the spirit of entrepreneurship.
Behind the Scenes~VMac & Cheese ~Victoria does a series on her blog called Behind the Scenes introducing you to the various spouses supporting the bloggers. If like my Tuesday Talent entries I think you’ll like her variation as well.
Living With Your Boyfriend vs. BFF vs. Alone ~ Thought Catalog ~ This delightful post takes you through the various misadventures of opening jars, interacting with the cat and cooking dinner. I assure you no matter which category you live in you will be amused.