i felt terrible about missing last week’s Mid Week Distraction. i think i actually couldn’t sleep that night, haha! but, you know, sometimes you drop the ball. sometimes there are too many balls to juggle. sometimes… okay, enough with the balls metaphors.

the most exciting thing that happened this past week – besides having 4 glorious days off in the form of an Easter long weekend – was the premiere of the final season of Mad Men. i am so sad to see this show go! i could happily watch it forever, if that was possible. i might have to started watching it again right from the beginning (i have done that 4 times before). so of course there are a couple of Mad Men entries. but don’t click on them if you haven’t watched the latest episode!

Miss Moss Mid Week Distraction No.20

Boyz II Mad Men

a recap with Boyz II Men lyrics

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Mad Men 70s style

costume designer Janie Bryant talks about the new style

Miss Moss Mid Week Distraction No.20

Gluten Free Museum

famous artworks, without the gluten

Miss Moss Mid Week Distraction No.20

Campaign Spoofs

Nathalie Croquet recreates famous fashion campaigns

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The Study of Ballet

by Ann Street Studio

Miss Moss Mid Week Distraction No.20

Chef’s Table

a new show about chefs from Netflix – excited for this!

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High End Fast Food

“Small portions. Tweezered everything.”

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Fixed Menu

food in the US prison system

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Modern Romance

definitely going to pick up Aziz Ansari’s book!

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The Kitchn cookbook

my favourite cooking resource, in book form.

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Nineteen months

“my kid has all the feels”

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The Shut-In Economy

this could be me.

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Drawn the road again

a visual travel journal

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Beautiful maps

cool cartography

 

 

3 Comments

  1. oh man, those food cinemagraphs are weirdly uncanny and yet also fascinating… can’t look away.

  2. I love your mid-week distractions. I look forward to when I have time (usually on the weekend) to click on each intriguing link.

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