So much to share, so little time. Why wait until Friday? Here are some links to help you get through the day with a smile on your face, a warm feeling in your heart and a few things in that shopping bag :)
Reading the ad-free magazine, "Seeing the Everyday" always sheds a more positive, rose-colored tint onto the parts of life that seem mundane on surface level. I appreciate how they elevate the everyday, by encouraging us through stories written by people like you and me. I am particularly impressed with this month's theme focusing on disabilities--both in children and adults--one that I think many of you will appreciate. View more here.
A pop-up orchestra in Spain that gave me chills, it was so beautiful!
I am intrigued by my friend Christine's new book, Minimalist Parenting. Based on how much I like her and the title of the book alone, I am thinking this will be a good read (book club anyone?). Here is the fun trailer (great job Karen Walrond!). Do any of those images look familiar to you?
I've been trying to get the last of our pictures up on the walls this week...it's taken awhile since we have less space. But it cannot be dragged out any longer! And did you know that these are the best nails for hanging frames/art on the wall? You can also find them at Michaels and your local framer.
Melissa asked me to share a kitchen tip over on her blog, Lulu the Baker. You should see my countertops this week...laden with crazy amounts of fruit.
If you live near a Crewcuts store, you may want to pop in for a visit. All sale items are an additional 50% off, which makes their clothing actually affordable!
Many thanks if you contributed to making our Houzz Tour of La Maisonnette du Coteau the 18th most bookmarked on the site. Merci beaucoup! Such an honor.