Sunday Summary #2: What’s on the Internet

My Internet browsing opportunities have been scarce while roadtripping, but I did manage to come across a couple wonderful Internet gems.  Enjoy!

Articles

1|  Felines of New York

It’s like Humans of New York, but with cats and a lot of sass.  Obviously, Felines of New York is the culmination of all the Internet has to offer the world.

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2| Ant-Man Sequel

After watching Ant-Man, all I wanted in the Marvel universe was a chance to see Evangeline Lilly as the Wasp (and, okay, a Loki cameo in every movie for no particular reason).  It looks like my wish is coming true!  The Mary Sue says we’ll be getting Ant-Man and the Wasp in July 2018!

3| Kitten + Owl 4eva!

My aunt linked me to this Facebook post of four photos of a baby owl and kitten curling up together to sleep, and it is the cutest thing in the entire world.  Look at it!!

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4| Letting Go of What’s Not Coming Back

Although I often side-eye women ministries, I really enjoyed the Beth Moore studies in which I’ve participated.  This article is a little flowery to begin, but then it gets SO POWERFUL.  Very good read if you’re grieving the loss of something, regretting something you’ve done, dreading something that’s coming, or wishing you had something that you don’t.

“We’re here too brief a time on this finicky soil to spend days on end grieving what could have been. We’ll talk to Jesus about that when we get Home. We’ll have forever then. For now…
Let it go.
So something new can grow.
Water it with your tears if you must but release your fears that nothing but nothingness is ahead for you. Is God your God? As sure as He is, new life is coming.
All the deadness did not manage to kill you. You are stronger than you thought. Stretch out your arms like mighty branches even if, for now, they’re as thin as sticks. It is to your Father’s glory that you bear much fruit.”

Videos

After eating as much Asian food as possible with Elizabeth in and around the DC area, this BuzzFeed video felt very timely.  I can’t say the black bean soup is something I want to try, but everything else looks potentially delicious!

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