Feature image of Sue Bird, who announced her retirement from the WNBA today, by Steph Chambers/Getty Images
This heatwave is murder and also my lights have now flickered three times, and despite being warned by multiple queer people in my life — I have never built an emergency preparedness kit, so everyone… ummm… keep good thoughts?
(Thank you all for the strawberry recipe recommendations! We’re going with Smitten Kitchen’s Red and Black cocktails from Hester and How Sweet Eat’s Strawberry Cobbler Bars from Linnea. Y’all are the best, and I really mean that. 🍓)
Queer as in F*ck You
This is huge news alone, but also the way that Sue Bird announced her retirement has stayed with me all day.
I’ve decided this will be my final year. I have loved every single minute, and still do, so gonna play my last year, just like this little girl played her first ☺️ #TheFinalYear @seattlestorm pic.twitter.com/Uo2YqCCKUD
— Sue Bird (@S10Bird) June 16, 2022
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