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I know I said in the Wardrobe Oxygen Community on Facebook that I wouldn't do a Weekend Reads this Saturday but I changed my mind. This has been an intense week thus far just with the news let alone any intensity you have felt with the holidays. I know I could use a quiet moment with a beverage where I can do something other than frantically shop and strategize. Here are some links I found this week when procrastinating…
The Puerto Rican turkey recipe that connects me to my roots. (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
The 600-square-foot 3D bio-based house was designed using entirely recyclable materials with the goal of combating the lack of low-income housing in Maine. (News Center Maine – thank you Janet for sharing first!)
Home is where your best friend is. (Bazaar)
Former anti-abortion leader alleges another Supreme Court breach. (New York Times – gift article)
Do you really want a new kitchen counter? (The Atlantic)
Twitter king @Dril on Musk's chaotic reign. (Washington Post – gift article)
And suddenly “It” makes sense… my journey receiving an ADHD diagnosis. (Honestly Relatable)
I should add this to my gift guide of presents for men that don't suck – my husband has one of these lights that clips to the brim of a baseball cap and he loves it so much. Throw it in a glove compartment or with the camping equipment, it's great for grilling and having to retrieve something from the toolshed late at night. This four-pack makes for four gifts, four stocking stuffers, or have backups at the ready.
Raf Simons to close namesake label after nearly 3 decades. (Retail Dive)
The unbearable lightness of BuzzFeed. (The Verge)
Why do straight men have no friends? (Dazed)
If you're looking for something else to read, check out NPR's Books We Love for 2022. (NPR)
And local yokels, if you're looking for a fun activity, consider seeing Beauty and the Beast at Olney Theatre. This cast went viral (click here to read an article about them at People.com) and they're back through January 1st and receiving rave reviews!