Happy weekend, y'all. It's been awhile since I last shared what I've been diggin' lately, so I thought I'd take some time to finally do that now. 

Firstly, I have to share something that my friend Shoko over at Sho & Tell posted about on her blog this week:

Double Decker Days

Australian awesomeperson Crystal Thomas purchased a 1970s double decker bus and started a blog to document its renovation; she's taking it from gutted, useless metal and flipping it into a cozy little getaway spot. I have always been a lover of vehicles-as-shelter; when I was younger, I wished we had a conversion van (you know, the kind with the squishy seats that turn into beds and the curtains in the windows), and in high school and college, I dreamed of being a rock band manager so that I could live on a tour bus for months at a time. I still have hopes that I'll someday own a VW bus or something like it, but for now I shall live vicariously through projects like Crystal's. As I told Shoko, when I saw her post, I just about died of wantingness. So cool. 

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Elsewhere on the web, some things I've been diggin' are...

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this Between Two Ferns/Lonely Island Digital Short hybrid video, involving Zach Galifianakis, James Franco, Edward Norton. Also starring a hilarious juxtaposition of spring break and gay marriage.   (Warning: NSFW)

...(speaking of gay marriage) the fact that the Minnesota House of Representatives passed a gay marriage bill! It's expected to pass in the Senate as well, and Governor Mark Dayton has promised to sign it into law if it does, which would make Minnesota the 12th state to legalize gay marriage. Good on you, home state. 

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reason number a million and a trillion and a half that John Krasinski is the most attractive man ever. 

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this photo from Cabin Porn. I can't even post the photo on here, because then I will just drool all over my computer and break it once and for all. This website, you guys. I can't even handle how much I love it. 

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The Power of I Don't Know. I love it when other peoples' writing manages to encapsulate so many of my thoughts/fears/ideas in one concise article.

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this article about how a bicycle superhighway was almost built in Los Angeles in 1897. That would've been so cool...and so much less smoggy. 

Happy Friday, friends! I hope you have a great weekend. 

All photos above copyright of and via Double Decker Days. Discovered via Sho & Tell