Maddie again! We’re kicking off the Thanksgiving week early with all-day Happy Hour (because we’re mostly pretending to work today right? Are the bosses even in the office?) We’ll see you next week, rested, relaxed, and full of leftover mashed potatoes.
And now, it’s your pre-Thanksgiving open thread, so hop on it.
Highlights of APW This Week
What it means to be the child of a hoarder.
You guys, two sisters got married a few months apart, and it didn’t ruin things! Everything TLC ever told me is a lie.
Is there a bad time to say thank you?
Glitter-free holiday dresses! Because…velvet. And also? Velvet.
And to cap off family month, a reminder to let the stress go, and enjoy the holiday moments.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, “I Love My Family But Loathe Their Politics.”
In adorable married news, America’s longest married couple recently celebrated their eighty-first anniversary.
Filed under rad: in 1963, this sixteen-year-old student asked some of the most famous contemporary authors if they intentionally include symbolism in their novels. They answered.
A rare look at the tunnels under San Francisco.
A custody battle raises questions about the rights of women.
We can’t help but promote this awesome recent post from Rachel: six questions to ask couples that aren’t “So, when are you getting married?” (You can send it straight to your nosy uncle, c/o APW.)
Thumbnail image by Gabriel Harber (APW Sponsor)