Happy Friday my friends. It is always my favorite (week)day and today is extra special because it is my birthday. I'm turning 33, but really don't feel that old.....not sure whether that is a good thing or not. It doesn't seem like that long ago since it was exciting to finally reach 21!
It has been quite awhile since I put together a Friday favorites post and I'm very excited to have it make it's return. So, here are some of my favorite images and links from the week. Have a great one!
Favorite Bathroom: Lowcountry Parade of Homes Tour
Favorite Sweater (and hair!): Make Life Easier
Antique Sliding Door: Geschke Group
Favorite Mudroom: Lowcountry Parade of Homes Tour
Favorite Cupboard: Lark and Linen
Favorite Bench: Love Grows Wild
|| As someone who is starting to fully embrace the idea of simple, purposeful living, the book Simple Matters is now on my must read list.
|| R. Riveter is one of the most creative American Made businesses that I've seen in a long time. I watched them pitch their company on Shark Tank last Friday and was amazed by their product and manufacturing process and their dedication to helping army wives find employment.
|| I made this stuffed berry french toast for breakfast this week.....twice.
|| Maybe it is because I'm a dedicated Miss Mustard Seed reader, but looking at her feature in this month's Country Living magazine I knew some things were not right. This post proves that unfortunately some of what we see on blogs and read in magazines is not necessarily the way things are. As much as I love a pretty picture, I kind of wish that we could all be real with one another. What are your thoughts?
|| After reading a post on organizing a family charging station, I now have added these cable ties into my Amazon cart.
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