By the time most of you read this, I’ll be strung out on Vicodin mourning the loss of my nonessential and expensive-to-remove wisdom teeth. Hopefully I don’t come to know regret and despair like this chick. But if you see any crazy tweets from me tomorrow, just know it’s the Vicodin talking.
So yes, I’m back from a wonderful and sunny family vacation, and now it’s time for surgery, rest, and then the last bit of packing. Here are this week’s links to make your Monday a little more special:
An eye-opening recount of the recent anti-choice legislation hearing in Texas from a pro-choice supporter:
“If Republican Pat Fallon, for instance, gave a shit about the life of the fetus, he wouldn’t have spent the entire eight hours of debate sneaking potato chips from a manila envelope, doing bizarre little dances from his chair, and brandishing a yardstick like a play sword to poke his buddies in the butt as they walked by. But Rep. Pat Fallon wasn’t actually fighting for the life of anything but his own political career. And all he had to do to accomplish that goal was to ignore every logical argument, compassionate plea, and harrowing anecdote delivered that night, just plug his fat little ears and pretend he was back in the frat house. Mission accomplished.”
Both fascinating and terrifying—self-portraits by an artist who used a different drug every day.
These dresses move and light up when you look at them. (Creepy and beautiful!)
Feel like a nap after that crab-stuffed salmon dinner? Resist the urge. Walking after a meal is good for your digestion.
51 entrepreneurial women in the music business offer up their advice on success. Though some of it is specific to the biz, the messages behind their words are universal.
Seven brutally honest rejection letters.
This video will blow your mind. Look what happens to salt when you put it on a surface and alter the vibrating frequencies.
That’s all from me for at least a couple of days. I’ll be posting up in bed while John lifts all of the heavy stuff into our shipping container. Convenient, no? Happy Monday!