catch up with me on Instagram - I'm over there more than I'm here, these days. But I have several books I'm very excited about, enough to devote a whole post to them, so that's coming. In the meantime, you can entertain yourself, as I did ha, by checking out the links below:
OH how I can relate to this. Seriously.
Speaking of parties and birthdays, I have a fun Pinterest board devoted to the topic.
A Pink Moon tea ritual?? I have no idea what this is all about, but it sounds lovely.
A group of my friends and I were freaking out on Facebook about this upcoming program on PBS about the Bronte sisters, and I wanted to make sure that you knew about it as well.
This food blog is awesome! I went on a pinning spree!
Yes Valentine's Day is over. But look at this Valentine's Day stick tree - so lovely. I do love my stick trees.
This chicken pot pie looks beautiful.
I'm so excited about this show - you guys know about my literary boarding school love, right? More on that topic in the spring, there's a few books I need to read first.
A sneak peek at IKEA's 2017 summer collection.
Best books for 5th graders. And....best books for tween girls.
Cool Book of the Week: 'Sloth's Birthday Party' by Diane Redfield Massie is a vintage treasure that was my favorite book when I was five. I wrote about it in my first year of blogging, but my scans for the book are terrible - I really need to re-do the entire post. But it's so worth mentioning from time to time, and it really is the cutest, most unique little book, with beautiful watercolor-y art on every page. You can only find it used. But don't let that stop you! There are so many treasures that haven't been republished for whatever reason, but I find well preserved used books all the time. In this charming tale, Sloth wants to invite his friends to his birthday party in his treehouse home, but his housekeeping habits are so terrible that his house is in utter disarray and his pals are hesitant to come visit. Luckily his friends know just what to give him for his birthday to help him tidy up his home....
Cost Plus. They have such great paper!