Friday Fare is where I post links to the random articles that have resonated with me during the week. Sometimes they make me smarter, sometimes they make me hungry … sometimes they have to do with writing and sometimes they are just plain random.
I’m wearing jeans as I write this update. Which means that fall is in the AIR! (Never mind that I’ll wear flip flops until the snow flies, but HOORAY FOR BEARABLE WEATHER.) Here’s what’s good in the Interwebs this week:
Blame it on Rasputin, but here’s why every movie includes the disclaimer that the events that the film is based on are fictional.
I love tattoos, but I’m also a proud blood donor. And my husband is not a fan of tattoos. So – there’s a plethora of reasons why I won’t be inking my body again any time soon, but if I was and I was traveling to the Middle East, here’s the tattoo shop I’d visit. How incredible is this history?
Spaghetti carbonara frittata. You’re welcome.
Listening to: I listen to this concert a lot on YouTube. I cannot get over how good Gillian Welch and David Rawlings are.
Reading: I finished Sarah Fine’s “Fractured.” (YA novel, second in a series, fabulous book and series.) I have a couple interlibrary loan books that I need to catch up on that are craft-related.
Fiction Update: I have some pretty ambitious plans for September – stay tuned and I’ll share next week!
Enjoy the weekend!