8.23.2013

weekly roundup


Alas, another Friday ...and a weekend spent at home in Charleston (woohoo!).  I've had the strong desire, not that it's anything much out of the ordinary, to wander through some of our local antique shops.  We may also make way to the beach if the weather holds out.  I'm just happy that it's the weekend and we can have a couple days to decompress.  Here are the links I bookmarked this week.

//  This print is the best.  I'm imagining it on a gallery wall or propped up on a table.

//  Brandon and I watched this speech so many times and laughed hysterically.  Then watched it some more.

//  These pointy toe flats are perfect for fall.

//  Inspiring story on trusting the path God has created for you.

//  You don't have to ask me twice to enjoy a fresh glazed doughnut.  This recipe sounds delicious!

//  Talk about design perfection.  Every square inch.

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6 comments:

  1. Loving your Friday round-ups! I have been eyeing those Gap flats too just cant decide what color is best! Enjoy antique shopping, my fav!

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  2. Have a great weekend Great links! Love the design in the last one.

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  3. Oh the taupe & pink ones are in my shopping cart! Those shoes are fab!

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  4. Have a great weekend!! Love those flats also :)

    Xo,
    Sincerely Miss Ash

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  5. I am loving those Gap flats, especially the emerald color- great for fall! Hope yall have a great weekend!

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  6. agreed with natalie -- loving your friday posts! love that print. enjoy your weekend!

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