Oct 4, 2012

lovely links



Hi everyone! I am signing off a bit early this week to get my ducks in a row for a busy next week. Did you watch the debate last night? Make sure you are registered to vote! 

Do you have any plans this weekend? We'll be around and about trying to get some things done around the house. And, of course on Sunday we'll be watching closely as elections in Venezuela are being held. If you'd like to learn more about that, feel free to read this Wall Street Journal article. It's an important election and the world will be watching. 

And now for the links from this week: 

I absolutely loved this essay about treasures from another era. 
This healthier mexican lasagna looks sooooo yummy!
Have you ever made fruit leather? Learn how from the best of the best here. 
I love this post on living with intention
How to make the ULTIMATE care package. 
Miss Make whips up a Liberated Log Cabin quilt. 
These up-cycled candy buckets are such a great idea for your little trick or treaters!
Speaking of Halloween, you can throw a mini-winnie party and make this and this. So cute!!!
Want to join me here? It's a DIY date. 
On Raincoast Cottage this week an excellent conversation on blogging and a call for you to "Bellow from the rooftops about all of your achievements!" I LOVE it!!

Happy Weekend Friends!!
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6 comments:

Paloma said...

Great links! Thank you for sharing! Sorry it's been so long... I've been busy and just trying to keep up with everything! :) Hugs!

Caroline said...

Paloma--I always love it when you stop by! I too am trying to keep up with everything too! Have a great weekend! :)

Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing my project, can't wait to check out the other links!

Caroline said...

Thanks, Amy! I loved your project and I am so happy you will be contributing to The Southern Institute as well! Yay!! And congrats on your TV appearance today--that is SO awesome! xoxo!

Jill Vaughn / TerraSavvy said...

Thank you for the link! I have gotten a great response for that recipe!

Leslie said...

Thanks for the link Caroline! I think you saw the letters that I transcribed and posted yesterday, right? It's such good stuff.