Oh, the wonder and glory of children. They’re our future, I’ve been told. Who doesn’t think of white picket fences and kids playing all over the place when they think of idyllic living? Well, apparently some folks just can’t abide the noise that kids playing outside make. Mean Louise takes issue with that.
Now, teenagers, especially those who like to vandalize things, are an entirely different story. At Where’s My Cape?, a story of balancing defense of other people’s property and feeling like that lady on the porch.
See, when I was a wayward teenager, way longer ago than I care to contemplate, I spent my hours moping away to the dulcet tones of moody alt-rock. (I was emo before emo was cool.) Que sera, Sarah contemplates this pastime; apparently, there are a lot of us who engaged in the pursuit of “purposely feel[ing] melancholy.”
Notorious boxer Bernard Hopkins made some incendiary comments about erstwhile DC resident Donovan McNabb and his racial “authenticity” this week. In the same vein, Q’s Wire meditates on her personality, and how she was never “homegirl.”
A killer recipe and a pretty picture of food or two worthy of the phenomenal weather with which we were graced this week, courtesy of C+C Marriage Factory.
And because I’m sure the rest of y’all are as thrilled with the fact that it is solidly, unequivocally spring in our beloved metro area, here’s One Photograph a Day to take us out with a beautiful shot of spring morning light. Enjoy the weekend!