What are you up to this week? We are making some serious progress on packing up the apartment as we prepare for our impending move to Alabama. Hoping that we can get far enough ahead that we’ll have time for a beach trip next week. Gotta soak in those ocean view’s while it is still in our “backyard,” ya know? We also gained a new little niece at the end of last week and are waiting on a nephew to make an appearance some time soon, too. Ahhh, so many sweet babies bein’ born! Hope all is well in your neck of the woods, and here are some thing’s to entertain ya…
Foods to boost your mood when you’re feeling low.
Ummm…is this shoe for real???
An oral history of a water-park in rural New Jersey.
A great way to start building up your wine collection.
Check out this 1950’s gas station that was converted into a home.
Why do books have dust jackets?
An American woman quits smiling.
In the midst of a national crisis, mothers addicted to drugs struggle to get off them — for their babies’ sake, and their own.
Leesa Cross-Smith’s debut novel sounds right up my alley.
Homeless Warrior’s fans live in the shadow of team’s headquarters.
The reasons why food tastes better in a bowl than on a plate.
A sweet little breakfast nook makeover on a budget.
P.S. A few Finding Delight posts you may have missed — My Three Favorite Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes and An Easter Adventure in the Bluegrass.
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OMG those shoes hahaha.
Oh I loved the one about the wine collection! What a lovely round-up Beth, as always 🙂
I totally get this woman who stopped smiling! When I was in the US I was really surprised that people fake the smile all the time.
Oh you are moving, that’s really great. Need to check some food to boost my mood! Happy Hump day Beth!
Lovely roundup! That food post you linked about foods to eat when feeling low was great. I think many people happen to eat much unhealthy stuff when feeling low and that definitely isn’t the way to feel better. She shared some excellent tips in that post! Also, I love wine and those starter packages of great wines are a great concept, I wish we’d have something similar here in Finland. 🙂