What are you all up to this weekend? My husband is hanging with the kids on Saturday to give me some long-awaited time to myself for a few hours. What am I going to do with all of that freedom!? Walk the Loop Trail with my dog? Camp out at a coffee shop with a book? Speaking of which, do you guys have any good book recommendations? Right now I’m re-reading Timothy Egan’s incredible 2009 book “The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire That Saved America” because Egan is coming to the Numerica PAC in April. After that, I’m open to suggestions.

See you all back here on Monday! In the meantime, here are a few fun links from around the web.

Kristen and Dax make marriage look fun.

A Valentine’s Day decoration to make this weekend with the kids.

A 3-year-old girl sings “Part of Your World” and, yep, it’s pretty cute.

A lovely way to make new neighbors feel welcome.

This made us laugh a lot.

A toddler was caught praying on a baby monitor. (Thanks for this one, Connor!)

And just because I think she’s about the best thing ever, here’s a throwback Anna Quindlen column from the ’80s.

(Photo credit: The Wenatchee World file photo. Rosine Wooldridge Roper worked at the Sugarloaf fire lookout between Entiat and Leavenworth during the summer of 1943.)