Meanwhile, over here in my neighborhood, we are impatiently waiting for our teacher assignments to be mailed out. I heard a rumor that they would be dropped in the mail on August 26. Fingers crossed that’s true.
(How many of you just realized that I, Caroline Bingham, managing editor of Mormon Mommy Blogs doesn’t actually live in Utah? Mind blowing, I know. You’ll warm up to the idea eventually. Promise.)
Meanwhile let’s start talking about ACTUALLY awesome stuff from around the interwebs this week.
This story about why photographer Jennifer McKendrick cancelled four photo shoots is amazing. She saw girls bullying someone on Facebook, took screenshots, sent them to the girls AND their parents, and said, “If you are ugly on the inside, I'm sorry but I won't take your photos to make you look pretty on the outside.” That is gutsy, awesome, and makes me want to high five someone.
Want a FREE cookbook? Of course you do. Why? Because it has over 200 recipes that are a) delicious b) family friendly c) less than 10 ingredients and d) less than 30 minutes. Amen.
Chef Jeff is calling for a Dinner Revolution, and as someone who believes that family dinner is essential to a happier home and children, I’m a fan.
I’m also a fan Crispy Black Bean Burritos.
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And of course, there's this video that we stumbled on. We were going to show you the video of Anderson Cooper giggling like a little girl, but this next video is MUCH more better.
In other news, you know how we have Discussion Wednesday here on the blog? Yeah, we’re going to be doing that LIVE. Starting this coming Wednesday, August 24, Discussion Wednesday will be happening in REAL TIME, courtesy of our fun and friendly BlogFrog community. So please join us on August 24 at 11:00am MST for a FULL HOUR of myself and Elisa chatting with all of you. (that’s 1:00pm EST)
And if you can’t come at 11:00, no problem! Because the discussion will probably continue past the lunch hour. It just won't be LIVE with Elisa and Caroline. Which means that you won't get to experience our wicked awesome e-chatting skills with a heavy emphasis on ridicule. In our defense, we find ourselves highly amusing.
And that pretty much sums up what we liked on the internet this week. Now, go do something else. I hear outside is looking pretty good these days.