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Some of my favorite reads come from star bloggers who post lists of recommendations: here, here or there. The Interweb can be a chasm of factoids – let’s say, the projected population of China on a Thursday – to essential celebrity studies- like what is Baby Blue Ivy Carter’s sleep schedule? So, I’m forever grateful to those to share their well-sifted finds and now I’m paying it forward with a few treasures and likes of my own for all of you.
Introduction to Tonx Coffee

Took Heidi Swanson’s advice and subscribing to this.

Found this postcard appgreat for the summer camper in your life or the dad who’s Little Man Tate brilliant but technotarded (mine will never have an email address).

Subscribe to these youtube videos by the genius musicians who have created a new music video art form.

My new favorite magazine. Gorgeous and full of fooditude.

Amusingessay written by someone proud to call a friend, Billy Campbell.

What can’t he do with a yo-yo.

College Care Package ideas from Cooking Light. I get tears thinking about these knowing in three weeks I’ll be sending my college freshman across country.

Speaking of crying, I shed tears throughout this book read yesterday on a flight. The sniffling and hourly bathroom visits assured me a reputation as a coke addict.

Please someone, give me the next book to read. I’m thinking this classic recently discussed on Sirius Book Radio as a reminder of the human plight in farmland drought.

Pray for rain and happy week!



  1. Elizabeth says Aug 2nd 2012 12:04 pm

    All fabulous ideas!! Thanks for sharing. I would recommend Let the Great World Spin. Not a 9/11 story but a story that hearkens to 9/11 and paints a picture of the greatest city in the world.

    • Sherri says Aug 9th 2012 5:36 pm

      Thanks EMP, gonna kindle it.

  2. Gretchen says Aug 9th 2012 10:59 am

    After reading what you said about the book Wild, I thought I would send it to my favorite hiker, but you beat me to it!

    • Sherri says Aug 9th 2012 5:36 pm

      We take care of our own.

  3. craig says Aug 28th 2012 7:14 pm

    Wow, great book – thanks so much! I could really relate to all of her hiking woes. In fact, I experienced some similar ones myself.

    • Sherri says Aug 31st 2012 10:23 am

      So glad you liked it. Maybe you have a recipe for gorp? xo

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