friday faves: long time no see
It’s February, so let’s remind ourselves how high school scars us for life: no seriously, this is an absolutely fascinating read on how our teenage brains intersect with the peculiar society that is American high school. (via @amybhole)
Speaking of high school – LEONARD! The magic of the olive long sleeve.
Hair, Black History Month, and Jesus: THIS. Such a picture of what it means to matter, and how simply we can reach across racial lines. This needs to happen over and over and over again.
People of color often say that the difference between mattering and marginality in multi-ethnic contexts is not determined by blatant overtures and verbal words of welcome. It’s determined by the little things, like listening well, learning about the history, experiences and concerns of people whose lives bear little resemblance to your own and then caring about them as if they’re your own.
What are you waiting for? Well, stop: advice that I’m trying so hard to take myself.
Dance like nobody’s watching. Seriously. Do it: I think maybe my February would be vastly improved if I did this. Or at least watched this video every single day.
And of course, Twitter. I can ALWAYS count on you.
Took a break from cleaning to watch some TV. Watched an episode of Hoarders. Decided I would clean some more.
— Keith Crawford (@tsudo) February 9, 2013
Everybody feels like giving up on Monday morning sometimes, Pope. We’ve all been there.
— Amy Bradley-Hole (@amybhole) February 11, 2013
Just finished Clorox wiping my work Blackberry. Good news: It is free of norovirus. Bad news: It’s still a Blackberry.
— Audreya (@audcole) February 13, 2013
I dislike you less than I dislike most people. Happy Valentine’s Day.
— braden graeber (@hipstermermaid) February 14, 2013
Trying to come up with a new tag line for our chamber’s advertising.So far I’ve got “Greenbrier: Pee here on your way to Branson”.
— Audreya (@audcole) February 18, 2013
More time to kill? No worries: there are past Friday Faves waiting in the wings.
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