link love link love roly poly link love

There is a lemur on your baby.

Be careful not to let amazon’s smile crowd out your real charitable giving.

This post from what now may need trigger warnings if you didn’t enjoy high school English.

Center of Gravitas reminds us that life may or may not begin at 40.

Donna Freedman with a simple price comparison that could save you thousands.

poor people should just go ahead and die, already [editor note:  note sarcasm here-- we certainly do not advocate death for poor people even if the city of Detroit does]

Second chance animal rescue needs help.  (We checked out the link to the shelter page from pet-finder and it brings you to the same donation page in this post, so it seems legit.)

I WANT THIS LIBRARY SO HARD I CAN’T EVEN

Partner-in-criming a little bit with a friend makes them like you better, but a lot makes you feel dirty.  The bad kind of dirty.  (Also I really like Kelly Haws’ entire line of research– she’s a person to watch.)

But I don’t wanna get up.

Video games and classical music on performance today

My anti-bucket list is about the same as theology and geometry’s.  Tell her what’s yours!

One sentence lessons from literature.

Empowering illustrations.

Fathers’ brains.

Puuurfect reading buddies.

this page is making me laugh

 

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11 Responses to “link love link love roly poly link love”

  1. Comradde PhysioProffe Says:

    (1) If you want that library, you’re gonna need some uberrich parents!

    (2) Love the empowering illustrations! But goddamn, some of the comments are absolutely horrifying.

    • nicoleandmaggie Says:

      Never, ever read comments on the internet. Don’t do itte!

      The exceptions are places where you’re a regular and know the tone that will likely result. Don’t stop reading our comments! :-)

  2. meansomething Says:

    My elementary school library had a reading loft. It was awesome. I still want one.

    • nicoleandmaggie Says:

      When I was in kindergarten we had a small fish pond in the classroom and a little house with dress-up clothes. It was the coolest classroom I ever had.

      • nicoleandmaggie Says:

        We had a reading loft in first grade. Also awesome! When I was in graduate school working as an RA we sort of had one too…but mainly because there wasn’t enough space to put in a bed without it being a loft.

  3. GayProf Says:

    Gosh, I sure appreciate the linky love!

  4. Chelsea Says:

    Thanks for the link love, here, too!

  5. chacha1 Says:

    great recommendation from Donna F. And yes, I want that library too.

  6. Just a little (link) love: Half million milestones | A Gai Shan Life Says:

    […] Your baby’s wearing a lemur. (hattip Nicole&Maggie) […]


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