week(s) reflection

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“Meeting people whose life trajectories were so different from my own enlarged my way of thinking. Outside the school, arguments over refugees were raging, but the time I had spent inside the building showed me that those conversations were based on phantasms. People were debating their own fears. What I had witnessed taking place inside this school every day revealed the rhetoric for what it was: more propaganda than fact. Donald Trump appeared to believe his own assertions, but I hoped that in the years to come, more people would be able to recognize refugees for who they really were–simply the most vulnerable people on earth.”
― Helen Thorpe, The Newcomers: Finding Refuge, Friendship, and Hope in an American Classroom

week(s) in review
read: The Newcomers An American Marriage
reading: A Man Called Ove
DEN > LAX
whale watching (we saw two!)
explored Ventura + Santa Barbara
spent time with California family
completed planning for upcoming girls’ weekend (!)
date night + Xanadu
lots of reading time
mourned the loss of an amazing kiddo
volunteered at annual Children’s Hospital radiothon
therapy
signed up + started A Year of Rumi 
signed up Growing the Good
many cycle workouts
missed book club due to work 😦
explored a few RiNo breweries
lots of couch time nursing cold
caught up + binge-watched OITNB + The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
wrote + posted week(s) reflection
wrote + posted this week in our kitchen: herby barley salad with mushrooms

weekend happenings + intentions
rest + get over awful cold

open tabs (aka, read + process of reading + newly-discovered resources)
NYT profile on Benjamin Dreyer
26 Feel-Good Words
Top 10 Application-Design Mistakes
Bella Grace — The Magical Mix of Then and Now
The Sun, Mary Oliver

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