Some Distractions: Game of Thrones, Summer Sandals, Etc.

San Francisco - city hall - pride lights

Did everyone have a good weekend? Mine was a little bit somber, as me and a group of my friends gathered around a dear girlfriend of ours who tragically and unexpectedly lost her mother. Devastating, but it was nice to be able to huddle around her and shower her with love and snacks and distractions for a day.

Gay Pride Weekend was in full swing in San Francisco, and though I would have loved to go and take part in all the fun festivities, I was happy to be able to spend some time with my friends, and also just get some rest. This baby belly is getting big and heavy.

If you’re interested, a handful of distractions for the start of your week…

First and foremost: How AMAZING was that Game of Thrones season finale? It almost makes up for all the sadness and death us fans have experienced these past six seasons. (Warning: all the spoilers!)

Inside the complicated and heartbreaking decision to have an abortion at 32 weeks.

I can’t stop quoting this.

The political nerd in me is on pins and needles waiting to find out who Clinton’s final VP pick will be.

Thanks to Kim for reminding me how much I need a pick me up sometimes, this song from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has been on repeat while I hunker down to focus at work. It may be for little kids, but it’s impossible not to smile, no matter your age.

Is your body shaped like a fruit? (I literally LOL’d at my desk.)

“Whatever.”

Fell into the deep and beautiful hole that is this editorial blog by freelance photographer Brian Ferry. (I would like to live here please.)

delicious way to up my veggie intake.

Been needing some new sandals that stay secure on my feet. Finally found and ordered these leather ones and excited to get them this week!

Have a wonderful week, everyone!

(Image source: San Francisco City Hall during Pride Week 2013, photograph by Joe Parks)

One thought on “Some Distractions: Game of Thrones, Summer Sandals, Etc.

  1. That house from Brian Ferry’s photographs is a fascinating mix of cold modernism and inviting, comforting rustic sensibilities. Love it!

    Also: you know we can make that carrot and avocado dish like, anytime right?

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