As with last week, I've collected things I loved that I found while stumbling around the internet this week. Some may call it procrastinating, but I call it meditating.
I watched the Cheerleading Dad at least three times. Cute and great message.
A beautifully-written piece about a woman living with ALS
This is making the rounds--A commencement speech about things the author wishes HE had been told on Graduation Day.
Jen Miller reminds us that there's nothing good about acting the Damsel in Distress.
Gabriela's Specatucul(un)ar Moonwalk Around the Globe
Another blogger linked to this blog, Southern Fried French. Southern Fried French Fun.
Roxanne Jones, a writer from my FLX board, reminded us this week: And remember what Maya Angelou said about when someone shows you who they are, believe them.
I never heard that, but love its simple truth.
Monica Bhide mentioned Wicked Noodle and this lovely, lovely post. I'll start following her. (Oh, I'll follow anyone who uses the phrase Wicked Noodle! Pasta AND cool? I'm in!)
Really like Caitlin Kelly's Broadside post about The Art of Conversation.