Say Yes day, more on that next week. It was really nice, we haven't one one time like that in ages.
Of course, spring breaks and colds didn't manage to keep me off the internet:
Living rooms for people who really love books.
The perfect spring salad.
7 rainy day games to play with your dog.
Really want to read this book when it comes out. (and you can read more about it here.)
Saw these Craftabelle kits last week and thought they had a very high level of charming!
Another spring cleaning guide.
Check out this awesome lunch blog.
Wafer cookie fairy houses from Handmade Charlotte.
How to clean stuffed animals.
HA HA HA HA. Fairytale romance novels! I might have to read one of these, if only to horrify my husband with the covers, ha ha ha!
This sounds like it might be the perfect springtime dessert.
Cool Books of the Week: A blog reader just gave me the most amazing suggestion, after I asked in this post about more book ideas for my Egypt mythology loving child. And I'm FLOORED by how cool this series by R.L. LaFevers looks! Thank you Amy!! The books center around Theodosia (Theo) Throckmorton, daughter to an archeologist mother and a curator dad (of a London museum called the Museum of Legends and Antiquities). She's described as 'part Nancy Drew, part Indiana Jones'. AWESOME!!
Theo has the ability to see old curses and black magic that are still enshrouding the ancient artifacts warehoused in the museum, and she resorts to ancient Egyptian magic to remove the dark afflictions and protect the museum.....how fab does this sound??? Best for ages 9-12.