Sorry for the brief hiatus in Sunday Link Roundup…it’s been busy around here! We've been celebrating the Oscars, doing things around the house, and yesterday, I ran a race in the beautiful Spring weather! Now to the main event.
Food for Thought
I’m sure you’ve heard about using marijuana to treat ailments in humans, but how about dogs?
Like me, I’m sure you’re always looking for a good book to read on Sunday afternoon. Find 53 suggestions of engrossing reads here.
Okay, so I know it’s not actually winter anymore, but still--look at these puppies!
The Oscars are over for this year, but that doesn’t mean I can’t shake with anticipation of next year’s ceremony. In the meantime, look at Vanity Fair’s list of the Best Oscar Moments of all time.
Wine Folly made this gorgeous print of what goes into famous wine blends and I must have it now. If you haven’t checked out their products before, now is a great time!
Disclaimer: I loved this dinosaur desk organizer so much from the moment that I put it on the Sunday Roundup list that I actually already purchased it.
Things I Want to Eat
Spring is officially here and it’s time to take advantage of all its beautiful produce. I’m going to start here with this Strawberry Avocado Couscous Salad from Damn Delicious.
Okay, disclaimer #2: I already made this incredibly delicious, creamy, Cheesy Butternut Squash Pasta from The Recipe Critic. So should you.
Just for Fun
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver calls out the awful practice of whitewashing in Hollywood. And he hits the nail right on the head.
I’m sure your dad sports at least several of the looks featured in Buzzfeed’s list, “19 Pictures that Scream ‘Dad.’”
In Case You Missed It
Catch up on this week's posts about A Poem on International Women’s Day, On a Lighter Note: Taking Stock of My Life Right Now, and Thoughts on Saturday Morning in Bed.
Line of the Week
“Sometimes I can hear my bones straining under the weight of all the lives I’m not living.” Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Jonathan Safran Foer
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