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Tom asked me what I want for my birthday, and I’m drawing a blank. We don’t spend tons of money on each other for things like birthdays, usually around $100 or maybe $150 if it’s something that we really want. I have a few things in my virtual baskets that I haven’t bought yet that I could add to my birthday wish list, like this t-shirt, the Everlane dress that I mentioned last week, and this tee. I’m pretty easy-going though and would also love a Zara gift card or and upgrade to my phone (it’s due for one so I have some pretty good deals in my account I just haven’t got around to it yet). Any good ideas?
Weekly Reads (and maybe videos):
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Official Comic-Con Trailer. This one looks better than the first movie, and comes out right on time for Roo’s birthday,
Woman Claps Back After An Unwanted Compliment From A Man—And His Response Shows Why Our Society Is So Messed Up. Why is it that men think they can tell women what to do?
How “Good Intent” Undermines Diversity and Inclusion. This is a really good article. I like the stepping on the foot analogy they use, it might help to make things clearer to some people who just don’t seem to get it.
The ancient library where the books are under lock and key. I would love to be a librarian in this library. That would literally be a dream come true.