We’ll be honest, we’ve been vacationing. Slowly. At the river. Or at the beach. Or in Spain. Or around our houses. But we’ve sort of been paying attention, kind of. Here are a few things we noted while we were floating.
The US Women’s World National Team Rocked. As per usual.
It’s been a big week for the ladies. They won like whoa. They had a ticker-tape parade. They were on TV. They partied with TayTay. Andrés Cantor lost his mind. And now, you should support them in person.
If you’re in Texas: Go see them! At least three of them. Carli Lloyd (!), Morgan Brian and Meghan Klinenberg all play for The Dash (as if you didn’t know). And they may have been in NYC all week, but they’ll be in Houston on Sunday and we can’t wait to welcome these ladies back to BBVA Compass Stadium on July 12 and throughout the summer. Join the celebration!
Go Set A Watch, Man. We’re On A Harper Lee Book Countdown.
On July 11, 1960, Harper Lee published To Kill A Mockingbird. Fifty-five years later (55 exactly today), the now 89-year-old author is publishing her second book, Go Set a Watchman, which she actually wrote this one before To Kill a Mockingbird and the prequel features Scout as an adult. It comes out on July 14. (Order it now). However, you don’t have to totally wait. You can read the first chapter right this second. Go, go. Go!
Slow week. We were at the river. Next week some of us are coming home from Spain and some of us are going to NYC. So watch for that.
Okay, until then…
XOXO & Queso,