Tuesday TEA Time

Yo,I hope you are having a good start to your week. I’ve been super busy the past few weeks with work
September 19 · Issue #5 · View online
Tuesday TEA Time
I hope you are having a good start to your week. I’ve been super busy the past few weeks with work, which is a change. Over the last year I’ve had a more relaxing schedule, but it kinda feels like that is coming to an end and things are going to ramp up again. We’ll see.
Also, I just loved this tweet by Lucy Pebble I saw last week:
There is almost no talent I have observed that beats the advantage of just being nice to have around.

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There were the Emmy’s over the weekend. Amazingly, I wasn’t that interested. I love TV. I grew up through TV. Yet, the past few years I haven’t been able to keep up. I work a lot and I’m trying to read more, so I just don’t have time to watch shows like before. I did watch a two minute video of highlights. It’s exciting to see more people represented from different backgrounds and cultures and I hope that turns into what’s normal and expected.
I did watch Westworld earlier in the year, because it was only ten episodes and I felt like I could handle that. I have thought about trying to watch Handmaid’s Tale and Insecure; both seem like something I would really like. I still watch movies from time to time, because they end. It’s alright to get involved in it, because it’s really only a couple hours.
There is always a new show on some channel I’ve never heard of and usually I’d have to pay some monthly subscription to someone just to watch that one show. Now when people tell me “I have to watch [insert show name],” I just respond with “No. I don’t. Thanks tho. 🙃”

A Portrait of Joni Mitchell
Women Who Draw
One Sky

I hope you can take some time and read through some of these links this week. 
I tried something different this time by using the “embedded link” feature of getrevue.co (the service I use to send this newsletter) which is why they look different this time. I probably won’t do this every time, but it was nice to try it out.
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