This is my usual fall Sunday snack. Cured sausage, cheese, cider.
Happy Sunday. The Cubbies won the World Series, there are 108 stitches on a baseball, and it’s been 108 years. My heart was really homesick this week, and I cried a lot. But such is life, right?
When I go home for Thanksgiving, I’m going to see the Wrigley sign in person just to make sure it wasn’t a dream. I think a key part of growing up is realizing you didn’t dislike home that much after all.
I’m really tired, but this is a 4-day week for me coming up, so how about we read these links and sink into a squishy chair and enjoy the quiet of a Sunday morning? Sound good? I’m going to bake some beer bread later. It’s the Midwesterner in me.
Currently Reading: “The Opposite of Loneliness” by Marina Keegan and “In Montmartre: Picasso, Matisse and the Birth of Modernist Art” by Sue Roe.
Baseball is just baseball, and a World Series won’t stop bullets from flying this weekend in Chicago. But maybe there’s an electricity inside profound hope. Maybe we needed something this light.
I just purchased this yoga mat from the new REI Flagship store in DC. My wrists and joints were yelling at me over my last one, so I’ll let you know how it holds up.
Running While Female is a very important piece of writing, especially if you’re a male runner, and have never been harassed while on a run.
Here’s to a nail-biter of a week, y’all. Go vote. Think about the future as you do so. Make good choices.