The Weekly Digest

We visited India for a few weeks back in 2013 and I’ve been revisiting some of our photos recently while thinking about the crisis the country is facing. The news is grim and my heart is with those there and those who are concerned about family from abroad. This virus has taken so many.

Wishing everyone a peaceful, restorative weekend…

No, India cannot be isolated. We need help.” By Arundhati Roy for The Guardian. A long read, but worth your time.

And some ways to help India: 19 Non Profits to work with

Have you heard of the Sitting-rising test?

The 1619 Project book is out this November

We started The Great Pottery Throwdown and the kids loved the first episode (though had questions about how the potters kept comparing the joy of throwing on the wheel to sex).

Is this the name for the blah you’re feeling?

A global tracker of vaccinations around the world (and some heart-warming photos).

A staple in our fridge (whenever I recall how pink, vinegar-y onions make everything better)

Epicurious announces “In an effort to encourage more sustainable cooking, we won’t be publishing new beef recipes.”

Related: This new vegetable cookbook sounds delicious!

Operation Mallard. Very sweet.

Lots of cute dresses in the new Who What Wear collection. Like this and this!

Our friends did this cute reno!

Vaccine side effect OR have you just been alive for 40+ years? Ha ha.

[Photo from our trip to India in 2013, Part 1 and Part 2]

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