Happy Sunday, and SURPRISE! It's me, The Kerr!
While J.T. is frolicking in snowy Colorado, I thought I'd join the rest of us whose faces melted off this week (why is it so hot in May!?) and talk about fun things I saw online.
Guys, I'm not ready for another Tennessee summer. To be honest, I never am. Never been to the South? Everything they say about the humidity is true. Oh, the humidity!
This is how I plan to combat the heat June–October (because let's be honest, the temps stay sky high until Halloween).
All right, all right, you came here for links. And links you shall get.
Many things captured my interest last week, so instead of my usual format, I'm piggybacking on J.T.'s instead. Because she is a smart lady.
Here's what happened on the Internets this week:
Modern Mrs. Darcy's 2017 Summer Reading Guide. The forecast for good books this summer? Bright and sunny. (Place a ✔︎ by your Corny Joke of the Day)
Meet Mr. Frank, Nashville's 91-Year-Old Substitute Teacher. A WWII veteran subbing in public schools? I'd call that inspiring. You should read why he does it.
Shipt. You're an introvert's dream. And I love you.
RIP, Chris Cornell. Thanks for producing most of my high school soundtrack.
The Sound of Gravel: A Memoir. I'm a sucker for a good memoir, and this one didn't disappoint. I read this book in fifteen hours—only breaking for sleep and work. It's that riveting.
Um. American Idol is coming back. But it won't be on Fox...
2017 Netflix Premiere Schedule. Because summer TV shows are important.
And closer to home:
Grab a Three-Chapter Excerpt of LIE TO ME! What!? Yes. You're going to hate me because you'll want to read more. But trust me, friends—this book is worth the wait.
Folks, that's all I have for you. Stay cool, drink lots of water (and make sure your pets do, too), eat an ice cream sandwich, and we'll chat again soon!