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Links: Cheese, Whitney Houston, & More

Workspace with computer, journal, books, coffee, and glasses.Hey, everyone! It’s time to share some links!

I’m definitely on the more fatigued side this week and am eager for Sunday, where I have absolutely zero plans and I can just loaf around to my heart’s content. I don’t have any established Halloween plans, but we’re getting off of a big event at work and we’re all exhausted. To perk the office up, I’ve decided to wear a hot dog costume to our department meeting on Tuesday. I’m actually pretty pumped.

Any costume plans for you all? Or is it mostly a low-key night eating candy for you? There are no wrong answers!

Apparently there is more knitting drama afoot. It all started at the Wool and Folk event. More reviews came out. Then, there was not one, but two apologies! There’s also another Reddit post.

Are you in the New England area? Do you like cheese? Join me for a cheese pairing class, where we pair up cheese to romance genres! Tickets should be on sale and I believe there’s an option to get a book, as well.

I’m so excited for this. It was my New Year’s resolution to learn more about cheese and I’ve been taking a class a month at Curds & Co., a women owned and managed cheese shop. I wore a romance shirt to a class and floated the idea of doing a romance-themed class. The rest was history!

This Kickstarter for a game called Tavern Talk feels like it’d be of interest to the Bitchery! It’s a cozy visual novel where you play a barkeep in a town that’s often a stop over for adventurers.

Billboard staff has voted for the number one pop song, and I agree with their decision: “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” by Whitney Houston. You can learn all about how the song came to fruition here. Also, what’s the number one pop song in your hearts?

Don’t forget to share what cool or interesting things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!

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