I meant to write a post today, but then I got too excited.
Because I’m on A Practical Wedding! CLICK HERE! Thank you to all of the readers of this blog who kept suggesting that I submit something. You guys know what’s best for me.
I did not act particularly bridal during the wedding planning process (which you can read a summary of here). I never shrieked and jumped up and down. And I’m resisting the urge now. But the urge is definitely there.
And I am also in The Forward, with a piece about growing up both Jewish and homeschooled (so, like, weirder than everyone else). CLICK HERE! This is my first newspaper piece (The Star Ledger published a letter to the editor of mine, and actually changed my words. In ways that made me sound like I might not be incredibly literate. We’re not on speaking terms and they don’t count).
(this is the picture from the article. I am the only girl in it. It proves that homeschoolers are really dorky. I mean, we were.)
Anyway, YAY!! I feel slightly better about Good Morning America.
In celebration, I’m cooking a big dinner, and making crostini for the first time. That’s when you slice a baguette and then bake it with stuff on top. How could that not be amazing?
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Unroast: Today I love the way my thighs look. Bear keeps admiring how soft they are.
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