READING! “My Paper.li” for Thursday, April 23rd

It’s a good Thursday for me so far and I hope it’s a good one for you too.

I missed posting My Paper.li yesterday and I’m not going to make it two missed days in a row!

Here’s the “5 Things You Need to Know Now” list published by The Week. It’s a good, quick, balanced overview of the big stories of the day.

Here’s the link to today’s “My Paper.li:”

The Ed Tech Emergent Daily, Thursday, April 23rd

https://paper.li/e-1584814795#/ You can bookmark this link!

I know the banner for today’s edition is pretty drab, but it highlights a story from the U.S. Jesuit publication, America, which has a great title:

We’re All Monks Now

https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2020/04/22/were-all-monks-now

While you’re visiting the America site, maybe spend a moment praying this prayer.

On the National Day Calendar there’s a few interesting ones – and one which takes on a different meaning during this Pandemic Period.

Food-wise, it’s National Cherry Cheesecake day. If the weather is nice where you are take your cheesecake al fresco as it’s also:

If you’re not sure whether the weather is going to be nice or not for your picnic, roll the dice and go anyway as it’s also:

Since today is the date in 1564 that The Bard was born, it’s Talk Like Shakespeare Day.

A very cool way to celebrate is by watching a video of Romeo and Juliet from The Globe Theater.

You’ll need to do it soon as they are rotating the videos of these plays moving them from FREE (donations accepted) to paid content.

And finally, a day that we don’t need this year, because for the last six weeks or so, those of us who have been working from home have been “celebrating” this each and every day!

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