This is quite possibly the strangest book I've ever read.
I was walking through the library, as one does on a weekday at lunch, and I spotted this on a display shelf. The cover definitely catches your eye. I can't help but wonder whose feet those are... are they the feet of a live person or a cadaver? Probably live, but you never know.
Despite it being the strangest, it's also quite possibly the most interesting. It's well written, even funny, and I would recommend this if you're looking for a book that is sure to be a conversation starter at your next cocktail party (or for less fancy people, just around the water cooler). I just finished the book yesterday and have learned more about cadavers than I didn't even realize I didn't know.
A word of caution: Don't be like me and start reading the chapter called "Medicinal Cannibalism and the Case of the Human Dumplings" right as you sit down for lunch. Just don't do it.
Getting back into Saturday morning runs with my OKC running group. This is 6:00 am in my neck of the woods. (If we were on Instagram, this is where I would insert #nofilter)
People look at me like I have 8 heads when I tell them I willingly set my alarm for 5:45 am on a Saturday, but I really do love it.
Last Saturday was 6 miles, which is a long run for me these days. You could say I've had a summer of lazy running. (That is an, ahem, UNDERSTATEMENT.) But I'm looking forward to some longer runs the rest of this summer and into fall. Gotta get ready for my Tough Mudder in October!
Mostly, Jordan and I are both feeling this.
I'm also feeling like looking at this picture I took in Nicaragua makes me laugh.
When I took this, I did not pay any attention at all to what it said. I just took a picture of it because it was in Spanish, and I was like, "Hey! This road sign is in a foreign language. I'll take a picture of it."
Then I get home, and I'm looking at my pictures, and I realize that it's a sign about an erupting volcano. You don't see that every day. At least in Oklahoma we don't. I love the drawing of the volcano. Are you feeling the deathly explosion? Cuz I am.
Linking up with Jenna for today's currently post!