And through the monitor I hear Oliver say, “Why didn’t Mommy come back?” And in the same way it is again now, my heart dropped into the pit of my stomach, and I felt an instant wave of guilt overwhelm me.
“Mom, I’m still hungry. Mom, I’m hungry. Where’s my snack? Mom, did you hear me? Are you near me?”
If your 2019 started anything like mine, you're not in the mood for heavy, intense, mopey television. You could use a little pick-me-up - something that feels like taking a bite of your favorite comfort food. There's only one show I turn to in times like these: Gilmore Girls.
So, music. Here's my top 5 for the year, and a few honorable mentions that don’t get a cool pic attached.
Where was God while Job was struggling: Grey's Anatomy edition.
I'd love your thoughts here.
Listen, I could go to Target and get a black purse that probably looks comparable. Yes, it would be easier, cheaper, and would get the job done. BUT...
I wrote this podcast off initially because I honestly didn't want to listen to another thing about "creating awareness."
I trust the content Relevant puts out, and think very highly of the work International Justice Mission does. Therefore, I listened. And I'm glad I did.
I recently stumbled upon Gimlet media's podcast, The Homecoming. First released in November of last year, this story centers on a caseworker at an experimental facility, her ambitious supervisor, and a soldier eager to rejoin civilian life. The story is presented through telephone calls, therapy sessions, and overheard conversations. I'm not even sure where I first heard …
Expect variety. Expect some popular, some obscure. HAIM, LEON, Bleachers, Alabama Shakes, and Electric Guest.
I genuinely have enjoyed this podcast. And was actually sad when the “season” was over? Who knew that was possible. I know what you’re thinking. Serial fans knew that was possible.