Here is this week’s list of blog posts, poems, photographs, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.
My Mother Knew How to Eat a Cupcake via mortalstewart. What surprised me the most about this post is how much certain things can differ from one family to the next. It’s truly interesting to see how other people’s families work.
Some Photos from the Cemetery to Bring You Comfort. I actually found all of these photos to be fascinating instead of creepy. How did you react to them?
Back Off. This is exactly how I feel from the end of October to the beginning of December.
All Summer in a Day. If you enjoyed the Ray Bradbury story I recommended last week, The Long Rain, you should definitely check this one out as well.
Privacy, Wherefore Art Thou? via AuthorIzzy. This is one of the funniest things I’ve read in a long time.
Coin-Op Cuisine: When the Future Tasted Like a Five-Cent Slice of Pie. I would have loved to have lunch at a Horn & Hardart during its heyday. Wouldn’t you?
From Winter’s Discontent via maskedpimpernel:
It comes a crumbling winter, wild of sky,
A howling in the leaves that sings of bones,
A tempest lashing down that shakes us dry,
And moon so bright it trembles in the stones.
What have you been reading?
2 Responses to Suggestion Saturday: November 21, 2015
It’s always an honor to be included in your Saturday round-up.
I have to say, I found the cemetery photos to be a little creepy. I may have watched too many episodes of The Walking Dead.
The Walking Dead will definitely make you creeped out by ordinary things in life. I’ve had a few shudders because of that show. 🙂