Vintage Cookery Tips–the fish and broken yolk ones are intriguing!
Why You Shouldn’t use the Self Cleaning function on your oven. Do you use this? I never have, I just scrub, scrub with baking soda and vinegar–oven cleaner if I must. I’m scared of it…and now I guess I can feel okay about it!
LOVE, love, LOVE this Geo Lantern DIY.
Yowayowa Camera Woman Diary is an ever-fave. The most recent levitation is scary!
Beach House dreamz…mostly, I want that outdoor clawfoot tub/shower!
Awkward Recognize Awkward. I know all about the Nerd Chills and what it is to be truly, painfully, debilitatingly awkward, too. It’s not always a joke (sometimes it is…let’s be real), but we’re in it together…right?
This shower curtain is basically a nightmare. A horrible, recurring, mass produced nightmare.
Even though I am already married and I never want to plan another wedding for myself…I am absolutely smitten with these witchy & bewitching wedding ideas.
This Raspberry Sorbet + Ginger Beer Float and this Roasted Provolone are both so deliciously gorgeous in different ways. I need more fancy floats and skillets of melted cheese in my life…obvi.
If I were to win a gold medal, this is the one I’d win.
Oh, hey! I have a ton of delicious things planned for the next few weeks…including more ice pops (I’m obsessed, okay?). For now, here are the links that turned my head the last week.
Sean likes math, I like words…this tapped into my inner nerd. Common words explained with math.
This post, Blueberry Bruisers: In Support of Pride Everywhere by I Heart Big Flavor, is good stuff with a solid message.
This article, Julia Child’s Recipe for a Thoroughly Modern Marriage, had me smiling and tearing up. It had me appreciating my thoroughly modern marriage just that much more.
These 3 Yelp reviews read by actors, holy heck, this had me LOL-ing for reals. “My meal was delectable, exotic, and incinerated everything in my intestines.”
There are a few web-comics that I read on the regular…for like, years now…nerd alert. Books of Adam is a fave and this one has a message that I think we can all pretty much relate to. Real life stuff, hilariously illustrated.