What I loved this week…

—I am super hooked on this playlist made by the adorable Kyla Roma.

—I am dying to get my hands on these Fiestaware dishes. I think they are so fun and colorful—I feel like I would be so happy while eating every day!

—Looking for a fabulous summer read? Then, please, do yourself a favor and get The Guersney Literary and Potato Peel Society. It’s a lovely historical fiction book that is written in letters back and forth between the characters you just can’t help but love! And the end made me tear up and want to stand up and cheer for the heroine. It’s an easy fun read. Can’t recommend it enough.

—Etsy is forever getting me in trouble, but I’m in love with this grass-green neckwarmer with the flower buttons. I think this would look so cute with winter wear…like a little spring preview!

This series on Flickr is so cute, it nearly killed me dead. I love books, and the way she dresses up for reviews? SO CUTE. I may have to order her book for inspiration.

—In my never-ending quest to figure out why I’m fat and get psychotically angry if I can’t have sugar, I followed the suggestion of the ever-lovely Moose and checked out Potatoes Not Prozac. It’s giving me a lot to think about.

—Of course, I could never get off sweets completely, so I’m very, very interested in this book. Oh, and this one, too.

—Also, I was super honored to be featured on Five Star Friday this week. It was a dream come true!



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3 responses to “What I loved this week…

  1. I’ve got the playlist fired up and just reserved Potatoes Not Prozac at the library, looks interesting! Congrats on FSF, you definitely deserve it 🙂

  2. Oooo, LOVING the playlist! And congrats on FSF!

  3. Madeline

    Fiestaware= so cute! But they are cute all TOGETHER…how do you choose?!?!
    Like we’ve discussed, I’m trying to eat better and understand why I’m fat, too….haha…. I’ve only heard a little about it, but the book “Crave” sounds like it would be good. who knows!
    Thanks for all the book suggestions!

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