Ok, Groundhog, time to prove your accuracy. The past few days have been too raw and rainy (though this morning there’s perhaps a peek of sunlight?), so is spring really on its way? Looking forward to getting through February as fast as I can, mainly because of the awful weather, but also because on March 1 I’m headed for a long weekend away in the Berkshires.
So on that note, happy last week of February, all! Here’s what I’ve been reading this week:
- A fascinating essay in The Atlantic by Paul Elie (author of The Life You Save Could be Your Own) on how he and his wife came to homeschool their kids in NYC (link)
- Archived post from Privilege on approaching married love as you approach the love of a new baby (link)
- WSJ on Facebook’s new Graph Search function, and the many variations of slang it codes for (homies, randos and comrades are just a few) (link)
What have you been reading? Leave it in the comments!