Dandelion Hunting (Part 3)
"Dandelions" by mononenville is licensed under Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Some birds glow under a black light. I really don't see how you could need to know more before you go read the article (except maybe to know that there are pictures, too).
Also, National Geographic has an online library of animal facts and photos that is very, very easy to get lost in.
Something to cook this weekend
For the sandwich lover: because it's a rare sandwich not improved by melted cheese, we have a drool-worthy panini.
If you've never made your own pasta before, here's an Italian nonna on YouTube who will walk you through it (and then you'll have fresh pasta, YUM).
And a question for you - we've been questing for the best vanilla cookie to serve as a base for frosting (frosting is a fairly serious matter in this household, and also involves butter and cream). Any recommendations?
Something to listen to that's also not birds
If you're a classical music fan, Chicago's classical radio station keeps two weeks of content on its website for streaming (my favorite for working tends to be the morning show with Lisa Flynn).
Some details to get lost in
Sugar flowers. Beautiful, beautiful sugar flowers by Dutch artist Natasja Sadi.
I hope you and yours are safe and healthy. I'd love to hear any ideas you have for things to share or things you’ve been looking for.
Missed the beginning of the series? See the other posts here: Intro, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3