March List

March 28, 2011

Sorry for the recent lack of blogging. I blame it on a combination of internet issues and the string of sunny days which drove us outside every day, all day. We needed that. So before March officially ends here is my March List:

Ching Chong: "You destroy the power that racism has by turning it into something positive" Jimmy Wong in a recent NPR interview. Listen to the interview, watch the nasty rant that inspired the song, and then play the song over and over again.

Book Decor: What's not to love about this?

Backstep: about dancing, parenting, and stepping back

School for Hackers: truly hands-on learning

Kiki and Coco in Paris: to make you smile

The Way We Get By and Will They Know Me Back Home?: Both so powerful in their own ways. 

Lego Quilt: so very wee wonderful
Mom said...

Especially loved Book Decor and Kiki and CoCo in Paris.
Glad to hear that your weather has turned to Spring....here too. It is lovely.

Dawn said...

Good to be out enjoying the weather!!
Love the list...

Hausfrau said...

I love Kiki and Coco! I think I need my own pair of red Saltwater sandals now...

Dim Sum, Bagels, and Crawfish said...

Yes, I think that's part of the reason I love Kiki and Coco...my sister and I always had red saltwater sandals each summer and now we buy them for our daughters. The other connection is that I made my first trip to Paris when I was three and I brought along my well-loved doll, Jennie-Baby. Sadly, very sadly, I left Jennie-Baby on the Paris metro. My parents searched for hours without success. I have this fantasy that she is still riding that Parisian subway waiting for my return.

Nancy / summer sky said...

such a great list of links. I loved them all. Esp. the backstep essay...talk about waterworks.

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