6 Things for this Weekend

by - Monday, May 26, 2014

from http://monokini2.com/

from http://monokini2.com/
1. This gorgeous line of swimsuits- They made the "monokini" for breast cancer survivors, and these images have been fucking fierce and beautiful. Women who have been through breast cancer should be able to show off their bodies this way.
2. Lebanese breakfast- The Boy's friend Rayan made us Lebanese breakfast on Saturday, and it was pretty awesome. They were like pizzas covered in Thyme and sesame seed or cheese with fresh veggies on top. I thought the cheese one was delicious, and the Boy preferred the herby one.

3. The Dinner Detectives- Saturday night, we went for a date at Hotel Deca (as Janet Snakehole and Bert Macklin- they make you come up with new identities on the fly!) and there were multiple murders. The show was funny and playful, the performed to have a great time, and we had a blast trying to solve the murder. We were so close! But we failed. Still, really fun and I would definitely recommend it for a night out if you live in the Seattle area.
4. Aurora Ave- If something is on Aurora Ave, I can find it. I know where it is.
5. Checking more things off our To Do List (even if our fridge is WAY on the fritz now)- Sunday morning, we weren't sure what we were going to do, because we had plans to work in the yard, but it was already raining. So we made a list of everything we would still like to get done per room, and then we just did stuff all day. It felt very productive even if we can't currently use our fridge and it is making The Boy very crabby.
6. #YesAllWomen- I wrote about it already. It's a kickass response to a really horrid and tragic situation, and if it makes people more aware a) of the work feminism has left to do b) of the fact that really, we should all be feminists and c) that they aren't alone in facing these problems then it has already done some incredible work. I am still thinking about ways to maintain the momentum. I will let you know what I come up with.

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