Hey there friends!
Happy Feel Good Friday!
Sharks! Gilmore Girls! Sandwiches! Activism! Cats! Smile!
Let the good times roll.
Oh wow, TGIF.
It's Feel Good Friday, so let's dive on in!
It was a great week for Indigenous activism, abortion rights in the states, resurgence of old cat videos and videos of musicians doing things.
And there's more where that came from!
Get ready and get feeling good. Let the reading being!
New school to open in Attawapiskat! It's been 14 years since the elementary school was condemned for toxic contamination, so the excitement is growing!
I've. got. links. I've got links.
Yes, even from different area codes
But in all seriousness, it is Feel Good Friday and we need to get down to business.
This week's good vibes roundup includes mozzarella sticks, protests, JAWS, Mary Poppins, Canadian literature and youth culture.
If that doesn't pique your interest, well then I just don't know what will.
I hate the phrase 'a case of the Mondays' for various reasons. But, I have to admit, I had a case of the Mondays this week.
Emails were void of exclamation marks and emoticons. Shark-related movies and shows remained unwatched. It was chaos.
Luckily, researching this week's Feel Good Friday kicked me right out of the Bitter Barn and placed me in the Happy Hay! (Yea. I just said that.)
So without further ado, here is this week's Feel Good Friday just in case you need a little pick me up. Or Happy Hay.
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Hello lovely readers!
It is time to get your smile and laugh on with this week's edition of Feel Good Friday.
We've got triumphs over fracking companies, free books (!), hilarious movie reviews, Indigenous voices and, oh, so much more.
So what are you waiting for?
Dive in and enjoy!
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There is something so, I dunno, joyous about watching the Harper government MPs collapse on themselves or watching the Conservatives "well-planned" actions get the parody treatment. This is immediately followed up with blinding frustration, but at least we get the small wins right?
Last week we saw it in Chris Alexander as he crumbled under interview questioning, this week Jason Kenney is called out on some Conservative bullshit. Ah yes.
It's the little things right?