It’s beginning to look a lot like summer! Well, maybe not everywhere. I saw a friend posting pictures from Aspen, Colorado that looked a lot more like winter. Out my window, the leaves on trees are growing, and the grass is green. I can hear birds chirping by my office window as I write this — a beautiful song on a blustery and rainy day. It’s the type of day made for spending indoors drinking hot coffee, or tea.
Yet, next weekend is Memorial Day weekend. For many, it marks summertime’s start. The outdoor pool and tennis courts at the gym I go to will open. We can all wear white again without wondering whether, or not it’s really okay to. Is that rule passe? What do you think?
A few helpful and interesting links for your week from around the web:
We were too hungry to stop and take pictures of dinner for Instagram on Saturday night. The Instant Pot Hawaiian Chicken Tacos by Pinch of Yum I made for dinner that night were devoured and much praised. I made them with 1.5 pounds of chicken breast and had to add five minutes to the time they were in the Instant Pot. It’s easy enough to make as a weeknight meal.
I’m looking forward to making Greek Salad Pizza later this week! I’ll let you know how delish, or not we think it is.
May is for moms and exploring the many different routes to Motherhood. In honor of that, here’s an interesting read: How I (Finally) Decided to Freeze My Eggs
Looking for a little Memorial Day outfit inspiration? Here’s a couple of suggestions from Vogue. Or you might give a relaxed look like this a try:
This is just the beginning of my Summer Reading List:
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Save Me the Plums by Ruth Reichl (https://amzn.to/2QcjP79)
Trust Exercise: A Novel by Susan Choi (https://amzn.to/2VLJ7Pn)
Normal People by Sally Rooney (https://amzn.to/2W5D1ZF)
Girl Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis (https://amzn.to/2JLiItQ) My sister-in-law, Carrie, suggested this book to me. I loved reading Girl Wash Your Face by Hollis.
Now and again when I love, love, love a book, I write a review. I wrote reviews of Devotion, Motherhood, and Treating People Well. The last one is an interesting read that would also be a great graduation gift!