Newsday Tuesday

Favorite Tweets:

Favorite Search Terms:

  • If I wanted the government in my womb: I’d suck down the whole thing, all three branches; judicial, executive, legislative. (See I listened in High School US History).
  • tracy k. smith poetry excerpts: Her Poem, “Interrogative
  • yellow bedroom anis comforter: somehow this search term managed to confuse me into Anais Nin being connected to The Yellow Wallpaper.  It’s early, no coffee yet.
  • cat lady comic book: IS THIS TRUE!?
  • what do owls symbolize in hoot: horror. Just FYI, on my mom’s bucket list is, “see an owl in the wild.”  Exact quote, “I only ever see them in zoos.”  They’re also nocturnal so it’s going to be hard to get this one going.
  • raven bird in my basement: Go Poe on that Raven.

Book News:










  • This is white space.  Fill it in with ferns of wild imagination.

11 thoughts on “Newsday Tuesday

    • Cassie says:

      I love it too, I had to follow it on twitter. Whoever comes up with them is so witty, and Gosling is so handsome. After the notebook, he’s always been #1 on my list.

      Wouldn’t that be odd? When I read that, I was like WAIT WHAT. It would be like reading the sexy diary of the narrator in The Yellow Wallpaper. Hm….someone needs to write that.

  1. readingafterbedtime says:

    re: your mom’s desire to see an owl in the wild–totally worth it! One of my favorite childhood memories involves the barn owls we saw for two weeks during the summer I was either 9 or 10. They are beautifully majestic creatures, and more so because they are so hard to see in the wild.

    • Cassie says:

      What a great memory. I just love how they turn their heads. I’ll have to find an old barn and hope that we stumble upon them. I’ve definitely heard them in our woods, but I haven’t seen one. They’re good at hide n’ seek, I think.

  2. angela says:

    yay you! …hadn’t seen the blurb on Beatles graphic novel. I think the library needs to expand its collection by one, ha! ~

  3. Bea says:

    I am a little late reading my Newsday Tuesday, but I finally got there. Thanks for all the great updates.
    I am still looking forward to seeing that owl in the wild. I catch myself looking up in the trees alot more these days, and even though I have not spotted that “magestic creature”, it sure is beautiful looking up at all that greenery.
    I also loved your white space you left for all of us to fill in. So clever!


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