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It’s long weekend here, just a Civic holiday so nothing special but long weekends are always fun. Even more so when it falls on your birthday 🙂 It’s Really hot and humid though so I’m not sure how enjoyable it will be. Tom was talking about taking the girls to Canada’s Wonderland this weekend but with the heat and the long weekend it will be insane. Neither kid does well in the heat and last time we went one got overheated and puked. I think it’s best to wait until early fall for that one. I just wish that things didn’t get so insane here on weekends (especially long ones) because I’d like to maybe do the Aquarium or Science Centre….I’ve got a kids get in free coupon for the Science Centre so that is the front-runner 😉

Weekly Reads (and maybe videos):

Samantha Bee And Terry Crews Called Out Hollywood’s Tendency To Turn Male Sexual Abuse Into A Joke

Motherhood in the Age of Fear.

I love this Twitter page called Poorly Drawn Cats. There is a compilation of some of the funniest ones here.

Glynnis MacNicol dismisses the ‘lonely single woman’ myth in her new memoir about turning 40

That Book You Were Forced to Read in High School Is Getting Turned Into a Netflix Movie. Note: I wasn’t forced to read it. I read it voluntarily and liked it so much that I read it to my girls this year (who also really enjoyed it).

 I’m the type pf person who could easily eat eggs for every meal, and this recipe is next on my list.

Target just dropped a mother load of Harry Potter stuff online and in store. Another reason to mourn Target Canada’s loss.

17 Ted Talks for Kids to Inspire Little Minds to Do Big Things

Why Grandmothers May Hold The Key To Human Evolution

 



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