while i didn't just find homeland, i can't seem to get enough of it. especial since dexter has been overwhelmingly disappointing this season.
haven't tried this but i'm hoping it works -- baking soda and peroxide. and dish soap and peroxide = oxyclean.
i really want to grow my own little avocado tree.
thinking about making something like these but with thumbprints instead of fabric and reindeer instead of reinbirds.
such an amazing series. i'm pretty certain i blogged about mr toledano before but i just went back to visit the other day so i thought i'd share again.
happened to see something similar in anthropologie and then came across the tutorial the next day. considering some inspiring words for the home. and from the image title, looks like this photo was taken at anthropologie too.
apparently, a working camera transformer from 1985. seriously wishing the toy industry would put something like this back out there. so cool! hmm...maybe i could disassemble one of ryder's transformers and make one of these myself with a holga or diana i have. yep, i'm so doing that.
a few children's books / series i think every family should own.
sandra boynton books were my absolute favorite books to read to the kids when they were toddlers. we own them all.
shel silverstein poem books. this one was recently released. we own them all and read his poems almost every night.
if you haven't read this book, you must! without a doubt, every family should own this one.
my mom is a great baker. she used to sell the fancy german tortes she made, when i was a kid. but this was my all time favorite -- toasted coconut clusters. none of the optional stuff. just straight chocolate and toasted coconut.
just happened to sample this recipe [turkey and sausage chili] the other day, while in publix. it was awesome and such a great idea for turkey leftovers. making it today.