<<Apparently this didn’t post yesterday….so here it is now>>
This risotto recipe. So delicious.
My life in a buzzfeed list. They’ve been posting a lot of these lately that are too applicable to my life.
My co-worker and I were cracking up over this list of shutdown pick up lines the other day.
This watch from Urban Outfitters. I’m not really an Urban Outfitters person (or a watch person for that matter), but I could make an exception for this watch.
My cousin texted me this link of a corgi the other day. So adorable. Can’t stop watching.
Everything Gillian Flynn. Her novels are so dark and twisted, but I can’t lie, they hook me really quickly.
2013 World Gymnastics Championships is being broadcast this weekend. Hellloooooooo couch.
And finally, I’ve decided to start highlighting some of my favorite blogs here to share with you!
First off: Merrick’s Art. Merrick’s blog was probably one of the first blogs I started reading (thanks to a pin of hers I found on Pinterest!) and I’m so happy I found it. I love her fashion sense and the adorable pictures of her sons that she posts. ALSO, her blog led me to her two sisters’ blogs (Janssen and Landen), but I’ll get to those another time!
Things making me happy this week:
Surprising Facts about Otters ~ If anything, read it for the cute pictures of otters
What it really means to be in a sorority ~ Read it, it was a piece that was finally spot on. Sent it to two of my sisters, they actually almost started crying at work.
“Something Terrible Has Happened Here”: The Crazy Story of How “Clue” Went from Forgotten Flop to Cult Triumph ~ Favorite movie. Amazing to read if you love the movie too. I think it’s time to go watch Clue now…
This etsy shop and this online shop~ I went to the Crafty Bastards Arts and Crafts Fair this weekend and fell in love with one woman’s jewelry and another’s purses. I wasn’t planning on buying anything, but I couldn’t resist. I’ll also be buying from both of these women again soon! Reviews coming soon!
Book: And the Mountains Echoed ~ Even though I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading his last two books, for some reason I’m always iffy about reading the next one. But I always end up loving it. Go read it now, you won’t be disappointed.
“The Real LIfe Glee” ~ Don’t be turned off by the title, just read it. That teacher is doing some amazing things and it’s a shame there aren’t more like him
Fall Everything: apple everything (this and this) pumpkin everything (like this, this, and all of these), cinnamon everything, fall festivals, more farmers markets.