What are you up to this beautiful weekend? I told the kids if they had a good week at school, I'd take them to Costco (yes, their new favorite place). Then we might sneak in a last pool-Sunday at my parents :)
Hope you have a great weekend, & here are some links for your reading and browsing pleasure. xo
I made an easy version of this meal last night (i.e. anything in the kitchen that resembled this food). We had hummus, tzatziki, kebobs, feta & veggies. The kids actually loved the kebabs! I daydream of leisurely meals around our table, and this fits the bill.
Speaking of, this is an inspiring short video about eating in France v. eating in America (though a street hotdog is never a bad idea).
Did you LOVE this photo from this post? Me too. This is the venue. When I'm wealthy...
Gagging on my coffee over this gorgeous home tour. And here's the company the owners run - the products are overpriced, but thoughtful and inspiring.
From swissmiss, Things I Didn't Buy. My version is, if I love something, I save it to my Covet list. Then, once every few weeks, I revisit my covet list and remove things I no longer want in order to whittle it down and down and down to the things I absolutely adore. It's pleasurable in the same way shopping is, saves me from a ton of impulse buys, & allows me to purchase only the things I'd really love and really want. But anyway, I love this list, too.
I like the idea of a soft-start for school.
Six tips for making it small. My heart swelled when I read this article. (thanks to hitherandthither for posting it).
Right, well, now I'm moving to Zambia.
OMG Strandbeest(s). GO WATCH NOW.
Totally, actually, lol-ed at this.
That's it! Have a great one!