“It seems absurd that anyone would possibly *have* to order delivery, I know, but consider:
-cooking requires spoons, fine motor skills, repetitive arm movements (stirring or whisking etc)
-grocery shopping requires spoons & transportation
-clean up the dishes also requires spoons”
Yes. Disability/chronic illness + parenting means spoons (ie energy) that I used to be able to budget for myself now belongs to the kid, so I get delivery much more than I used to & it’s $$$.
Testing some IndieWeb functionality and this tweet seemed worth sharing…
Neutral good, to the surprise of absolutely no one.
Miserable human beings who you wouldn’t want to spend a second with in real life are capable of making something great that is beautiful or useful to you.
This image by The Latest Kate is my ideal self.
So many people I know and love probably need this card right now. (Let’s be honest; I’m one of them.) If you need it, here it is. If you want a physical version to send someone (or yourself!), you can buy it at Emily McDowell’s shop.
This is Damask Bowie, reporting for NPR News.
Thread. This is one of the reasons I haven’t spent my time in school worrying about doing everything right. If doing things right doesn’t get me the prize it’s supposed to, I might as well instead focus on doing what’s interesting.