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Julianne Hough Is No Longer Quarantining with Her Husband

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2020 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2020 |


Ok, A) How is Halle Berry’s daughter Nahla 12 years old already?! B) Yikes, that is a hard lesson to learn, but yeah… I remember being that age and very headstrong about “I can do it myself” and then not doing it. - (Celebitchy)

You know who’s going to make a great (and very stable, super responsible) father? Aaron Carter! Well, ok, so he probably won’t be great (or stable or super responsible) but he will be a father. - (Dlisted)

This is fun!

Uh-oh, two housecats from two different residences have tested positive for COVID-19. Don’t panic, though! - (News and Guts)

Are you feeling constantly exhausted these days? (*raises hand*) You may be experiencing a trauma response. - (Parade)

Are you having vivid and/or unusual dreams? (*raises hand*) This is also related to the pandemic. - (National Geographic)

If you always thought Sean Hannity was a plague, you’re not that far off. - (VOX)

Julianne Hough and her husband Brooks Laich were reportedly having a difficult time before all of this, but after quarantining together for a while, they are now quarantining separately, Hough is writing pointed Instagram posts, and she’s out walking around in the world with Westworld’s Ben Barnes. (EliteDaily)

If you were looking forward to the Friends reunion to get you through all this, sorry, my friend. You’re gonna’ have to find something else to be there for you. - (Lainey)

But here’s something good: A 99-year-old Georgia woman recovered from the coronavirus and was released from the hospital just in time for her 100th birthday! - (The Root)

I don’t even want to know if this isn’t real — it’s so damn adorable. - (BP)

Why do we touch our faces so much? - (IFL Science)

Courtney’s thoughts while watching movies is one of my favorite things of ever! Here she shares her thoughts while watching Armageddon. I don’t wanna close my eyes, I don’t wanna’ fall asleep… - (SYFY Wire)

Kristy shared this: “Sweet and salty, stay to the end” - (Twitter)

Happy National Bookmobile Day! Although we can’t gather at libraries and bookmobiles right now, BlackRaven recommends Lea Lyon’s Ready to Fly: How Sylvia Townsend Became the Bookmobile Ballerina. "It talks about challenges, a family’s love and how you can do anything with the right book." What have you learned from a book? (Cannonball Read 12)

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