- Possibly have avoided getting sick. Weekend plans: Write more words on book; see family; catch up on email (months and months worth).
- Joe Schreiber’s Scary Parent blog is really and truly wonderful. You should check it out. Start with a description of Emotional Mapquest ("From CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM go approximately 10.5 miles thinking about the day’s obligations until you arrive at CREEPING APPREHENSION."), the scary story of the Ghost Sea, and the cutest picture ever of a child in a sinkhole reading Holes (!).
- Max delves into the frightening world of Barnes & Noble’s quarterly earnings conference call so you don’t have to.
- Ann Fernham nails the "where do books come from?" issue with aplomb worthy of a nailologist.
- Terri Windling on an exhibition of drawings by Lord Leighton on display in London.
- Mr. McLaren on hangovers, and how (one hopes) they get less frequent as you get older and wiser. I remember one morning after a particular St. Pat’s when Chris looked at me and said, "My mouth feels like a sock." Now that’s a hangover.
- Scott at Slush Pile recommends John Lange’s Grave Descend.
- Lots of Ugly Betty love at The Watcher.
1 thought on “Friday Hangovers”
Missing the last few St. Patrick’s days has made me nostalgic for many things.
These do not include the heroic hangovers, or what Betsy wisely calls “the shames”.
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