Friday Favorites.

13 Sep

The well of favorites is deep this week, folks.  Get your bucket.

27 Reasons the Great Lakes Actually ARE the Greatest.  I do love the Great Lakes.  One day, I want to take the circle tour around Lake Superior.

This is an article about a book – a book I wouldn’t mind reading.  What’s it about?  The history of punctuation.  Sounds like a page turner, right?  The actual book is here; it’s named Shady Characters: The Secret Life of Punctuation, Symbols, and Other Typographical Marks.  Shady characters, indeed.

Um excuse me?  Pad Thai sliders?  Are you for real?  [The sauce calls for some crazy ingredients; I’d be intrigued to try it with a more basic pad thai concoction.]

Also on a food note, how genius is it to make homemade burritos, throw them in the freezer, and then take them out when needed?  Perfect for a *cough* single *cough* gal.

Have you noticed some word art on gnomepreacher of late?  I make them on this website.  It’s easy to use and all around fun.

This someecard.  I can relate.  [So can Sara, my latest book reading buddy.]

Two words: chili tortellini.

And lastly, a fun quote discovered this week, attributed to F. Scott Fitzgerald:

Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.

Fall is my favorite.  Heavy quilts, puffy vests, hammocking, and scarves.  Grateful that it feels like it has arrived.

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