Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Midweek Reads


This man's writing is as smooth as a good cup of coffee.

Great ideas on what to drop in that big box in the grocery store.

Lovin' this veggie fixed like this.

I'd like to see these tiles in real life.

Sewing these for some little rotters.

Think this is cute as a button.


Still marvel at the way this post continues to stir the pot.


Now, it's your turn, friends. What gems have you found lately?


9 comments:

Grace @ Sense and Simplicity said...

Doesn't that broccoli sound divine. I think I'll give it a try.

I see you had snow recently too. Ah, such is the weather in Canada. The good thing is that you know what to expect - snow and more snow.

Terri Mappin (Seasons 365 Project) said...

Great reads indeed Cheyenne! Thanks for the links!

Gumbo Lily said...

That's my favorite way to cook broccoli too. I like to add sliced onions in the mix. The traveling pillowcases look like a fun project. I see a skiff of snow on your land. We're expecting some this weekend.

Vicky said...

I love seeing what other's are reading and discovering! The pillow cases are such a clever idea- it makes me want a "little" in my life at some point again :) But my favorite had to be the rustic Christmas tree- easy to make and I love the idea of repurposing!

My heart warms instantly when I see you pop up in my reader!

Lindsay said...

Well, hello up there!
My most recent culinary victory was last week when I made cheeseburger soup in bread bowls. Oh my! Good wintertime supper, stick-to-your-ribs stuff! Pretty easy, too!
http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/2013/02/homemade-bread-bowls-recipe.html

Crystal said...

Oh that broccoli looks super good and so easy, so gonna try that one. We had similar to the pillowcases but ours were homemade bags in our favorite colors that would hang on the back of the front seat...and my mom would put a new toy or book in them when we went on long road trips, we always looked forward to seeing what was new in them :)
Lots going on here so much so I haven't blogged in over a month, I gotta get back to it

Elizabeth M said...

all great links - especially enjoyed the link to Ryan's website! :) Trying to get caught up on all the stuff I missed!

Karen Ann said...

I love that spring tree.. and OOH, those barnwood tiles!... Hmmm.....

Libbie Doyle said...

Oooo I've never seen those cute pillows with the pockets...so darling! Hope your turned out!

I will have to check out THAT MAN"S writing :)

Thanks for your sweet message Cheyenne about my lil babe! I am half way now & feeling so good again...growing faster than I should but hey...I'm eating for two literally :) I shouldn't but I am :)

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