Friday, May 25, 2012

List of Links To the Blogs of the Week 2

So here is the list of this weeks favorite blog reads.  I hope that you enjoy them as much as I have.  All of these women are great writers, wonderful chefs, and artists, each beautiful in her own way.

Here is the first blog of the week.  It is done by a family The Brady Girls

The Brady Girls at Cookin' Up the Good Times
I read the recipe for their Reese's Peanut Butter Cup S'mores, and that was it.  I was a goner.  They had me as a lifelong follower.  Their writing is fun, light, and cheerful.  They say they are spread around the country, and this was their way of keeping in touch.  I am certainly happy that they decided to let us be part of their family.  They also have a cookbook out, I have not bought it yet, but I may just have to give it a try.  I hope that you enjoy their blog and recipes, as much as I am enjoying them.  Click on the link below and it will take you to their blog
 Cookin' Up the Good Times - Reeses Peanut Butter S'mores

The next blog is from a beautiful single mom who calls herself Aunt Apple.

Aunt Apple from An Apple A Day Wisdom
Yesterday was my birthday and the first blog I opened to read with my coffee was from Aunt Apple at An Apple A Day Wisdom.  It was so beautiful that I read it out loud to my husband, who whole heartedly agreed.  Aunt Apple is a single mom, a beautiful writer, and like the rest of us struggling to make the best life possible for her son and herself, all while following her Christian values.  I was very impressed.  The quote below was the first thing I read, and what a birthday gift it was.
Aunt Apple inspired me yesterday.  Her writing is honest, soul bearing, and beautiful.  I hope that you find her blog as enjoyable and faith inspiring as I do.

The next blog that I wanted to tell you about was from Dana at Made.  I found her blog last week, and really enjoyed reading about her family, and looking at her very talented sewing skills and fun take on fashion.

Dana and her kids at Made
I no longer have small children, but it was so fun looking at the outfits that she made for her children, that I was trying to figure out how to adapt them for me.  Her tutorials are great and easy to follow, and I love her tutorial on  the Simple Skirt.  Take a look and I am sure you are going to be trying to decide which one you would like to make.

This week and am going to give a 4th blog, because I felt like these simple DIY Febreeze recipes were so easy.  This is just a link to Instructable, but the recipes were so simple I truly thought they were worth including.  I did make the first recipe, with the vinegar, water, and fabric softener, but it has too much of a vinegar smell.  Next, time I think I will try to do something a little more natural, but all of these recipes are great ideas.  So take a look and see what you think.

I would love to hear what you think about the links above, and what blogs you like to read, so send me your comments.


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