My sister texted me this photo of her boyfriend’s dog, Stella, with Carter Cash.
One looks more pleased than the other about the arrangement haha #nugget
This week I was sick with what I’m deeming a death cold. I spent more than one night on the couch, both day and night on cold meds, and generally feeling like absolute crap. Luckily, this was a quiet week between travel and events. Not ideal, but the best week in the next few to be down and out. And I mean, totally out. Ugh.
While in a medicine haze, I found some good stuff to read on the old interwebs. Enjoy xo
At the urging of my friend Steve, I started Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and love it. Ernest, quick-talking and colorful, it’s a wonder to have Tina Fey’s writing and characters back in my life. I’m a stranger danger ranger!
And, this Atlantic article touches on how the show deals with trauma.
Dystopian and post-apocalyptic narratives rank high on my reading list. I don’t like to witness the world ending, but how people survive after the end? I’m in. So this list of New York Times fall 2014 list of dystopian novels is book-marked for future reads. And I already wrote about how much I loved Station Eleven.
I found Kira via Instagram and I so enjoy her posts on Cultivating An Open Heart.
Two women, a baby and 47 miles of the Teton Crest Trail? Backcountry Baby. Hell yes.
Piqued is a Saturday round-up of things that caught my attention, inspired me or are becoming a small obsession. It covers blog posts, music, books, podcasts, interviews and more, and always starts with a photo of my dog, Carter Cash. If you find something you think I’d like, add it to the comments and I’ll check it out.