Sunday Links! (Going up late because I’m tired…)

I have more things that caught my eye over the last few weeks. I hope you enjoy checking them out! As always, share things that you’ve found this week in the comments. I love seeing what’s out there. 🙂

Over at 22 Words, you can see a collection of realistically colored photographs from historical moments. If you’re a fan of history at all, check it out! I think you’ll be pleased.

Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman – one of the many photographs on 22 Words

Victorian slang? Yes, please! Reading these will give you a gigglemug. 😉

I still have a couple of years before I hit 30, so apparently, I need to get a move on in this department and get my world travel on, according to this list of 30 places you must travel to before you are 30. Do you agree? Disagree? Have better options?

Here you’ll find a collection of photos over the years that the World Press Association voted the “photo of the year.” The images range from beautiful to tragic, uplifting to shocking. If you are very sensitive to images, you might not want to proceed.

The Seattle NO” is a great article written about Seattleites inability just come out and say no. Amie Ryan has perfectly summed up how I feel when I want to politely decline but don’t know how. Seriously, go read this. (This is very different from the infamous “Seattle freeze.”)

I keep telling people about this version of “Little Drummer Boy” by saying, “Normally, I hate this song, but this version is really good!” as in, Pentatonix’ cover of “Little Drummer Boy” is making it one of my favorite Christmas songs of all time. Yes, it’s that good. 🙂 You should check out their full Christmas album–it’s pretty amazing!

Tomorrow, I’ll have a write-up of my NaNoWriMo experience, and in the meantime, welcome to December!


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