Happy Friday and Happy Almost Halloween! What kinds of tricks are you up this All Hallows Eve weekend? We’re heading to a “Superhero” Birthday Party so naturally I’m going as Lois Lane and himself as Clark Kent. With all this fun in the air, let’s get started!
1 – In 10,000 Snaps Of The Shutter, A ‘Photographic Census’ Of A City Here is a wonderful interview with the creator of Humans of New York. With pictures and stories of simply being a human in the city, Brandon Stanton created a blog that has captivated people all over the world and spurring other cities to create their own stories too.
2 – Rescued Fawn Refuses to Leave the Man Who Rehabilitated Her As you might expect, the photos will make you squeal with delight. This injured baby fawn forms an attachment to the man who wouldn’t leave her. There is a happy ending, of course!
3 – Screw Finding Your Passion This has been making the rounds and it has certainly hit home for a lot of people. Who isn’t trying to let their passion be their guide in this crazy world? With honesty and a touch of brutality, the author leads you to the path. It’s your job to walk it. This article could also have been titled, FREE!
4 – The Best Thing You Can Do For Yourself — And All The Women Around You This article is bit of a life changer, if you sign on. This has been heralded by women as something they wish they could do but fall prey to time and again. Can we all agree to stop beating ourselves and each other up? Imagine if this went world wide? Talk about good news.
5 – The History of Samhain With Halloween upon us, it’s fun to look back at the way modern holidays were born. Samhain is the Irish word for November, signifying the end of October, Halloween or All Souls Eve, and the start of November or All Saints Day (for us Catholics). Fires were lit to welcome and doorways protected from the souls trying to pass and masks were worn to confuse the mean spirits…Ooooh!
Have a great weekend everyone!