Things We Liked This Week (2/12/17 – 2/18/17)

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things we saw

Our favorite finds from the internet this past week.

Dot (AtticAndBarnTreasures.com) – This is a wonderful time of year for bird watching in Florida and soon we will have an explosion of baby birds – so I stocked up on bird food for the parents to keep up their strength. Which had me wondering about bird food “recipes”, is there such a thing? Well dear reader – yes! there is. Have a look and see what you can make for the birds in your own backyard. 

JayDee (ThirdShiftVintage.com) – Had to share this with you – it’s called Bloom Lake Barn and it is a wedding and event venue. Our local thrift store is having a fundraiser event at the barn in May. After looking at the barn’s website, I want to go even more! Check this out – Bloom Lake Barn. The video is pretty amazing of all the work that went into the remodel, and the photos in the Gallery are gorgeous!

Laurie (NextStageVintage.com) –  Hand lettering is becoming dangerously close to an obsession for me. Lindsay Bugbee’s blog, The Postman Knocks, takes an art that feels kind of intimidating and make it seem like something that even I can do with great photos and simple explanations of the different tools, what they do and how to use them.

Linda (SelectiveSalvage.com) –  Between loving music and having grown up as a military brat, it’s small wonder that “Naptown Funk“, a cover of Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” performed by a group of US Naval Academy midshipmen is my favorite find this week. Turn up the volume and enjoy. 

Tina(GirlPickers.com) – I really enjoyed thumbing thru this article which includes 48 photos of what the American Kitchen looked like the year you were born.  My first memories would be of #19.  Which one are you?

Pam (VintageRenude.com) – Something to make you smile this week.  Check out this Adorable baby seeing mom clearly for the first time.  Bet, you can’t watch this without a smile. 

Have you found something on the internet this week that you would like to share? Post the link in a comment below!

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2 comments

  1. @Tina — Mine would be #9, the 1950’s modern refrigerator. I’m pretty sure we had a refrigerator just like that. It was used in the garage as a second fridge for many years after it had been replaced in the kitchen with a newer one.

    @Dot — We love to feed the birds. Have pinned that site. Great info.

  2. Mrs. A, I honestly do not remember the style of refrigerator we had until I married in 1974 but I must say I really appreciate the refrigerators of today that do not require defrosting! Thank you for visiting our blog!

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