Saturday, July 7, 2012

Link Love

My pictures just sing summer this week!  It's been a fast paced, action packed start to vacation.  I'm looking forward to settling into a summer routine filled with a few camps, a job for the oldest and lots of time spent with friends.  Hope you are all staying cool and enjoying this beautiful weather. I'm off to the farmer's market.  Blueberries and raspberries are on my list!
 These are going to be made this week!  But first, I need to buy the molds.  
 I'm in love with this site.  This post did not disappoint.  Shrinky dinks for adult jewelry!
I'm not on the wedding circuit of late.  But this would be  a great wedding present or shower gift.  
We are thinking about installing a rain barrel.  We  are on a well and in the dry years need to preserve our water.  This might be an option for us!

enjoy the rest of the weekend!

5 comments:

Victoria said...

so many cool links!! the lemon cocktail one especially. I am a fool for anything lemon.

the last picture, btw, is so lovely. the light is so warm and soft.

I'm glad your summer is starting off so well. mine too!

Larissa said...

Love the photo of your knitting - feel like i can reach out and touch it! My kiddos have been home for over a month and i'm already a bit tired of summer - but only 58 days left...Love the necklaces and the ice cream bars totally look like they're worth the trouble. Enjoy your weekend!

At Home Mommy Knits said...

Great summer pics....I absolutely adore the link for the basket liner...genius!

Padgett Hoke said...

Thank you so much for stopping by my site, and telling me of your love for JH! I clearly am totally biased, but I think it is the most beautiful amazing place in the country! So glad you had such a great time on your vacation, and I hope you do come back. It only gets better!

Your photos are beautiful! Your site is lovely, and I will be back! Have a lovely day!

Andi said...

Love every single one of those links! I too am a sucker for lemon, so that lemon cocktail sounds divine.
Your images are beautiful!