|He's lucky he's cute!|
I also spray painted my Ikea Marius Stool a beautiful aqua colour - I wanted to use the hack I linked to on week 3 of this series, but could not find a round swing plate, so I just went colour crazy and am glad I did!
Gluten Free On A Shoestring - Old Fashioned Gluten Free Cornbread
This link stems from my gluten-free experience thus far. It centers around my desire to find a suitable bread substitute. I have tried many, but they all end in stronger longings for a baguette. I am completely weirded out by the flour substitutions in gluten-free bread and baking recipes - I have no interest in buying several different kinds of flour and combining them into some sort of mess that somewhat resembles bread - but really doesn't. So, any baking I have done focuses on almond meal or something completely flour-free. In the end, I just want to be able to find a way to eat a proper piece of garlic bread. I really need garlic bread. Not quite sure how much longer I will stay on this, I have not noticed a difference in my IBS or my possible fibromyalgia. For this reason, if I introduce it back in and there is no terrible reaction then I will be gluten all the way - bring on lovely, fluffy white bread. Can you tell I have a slight fixation?
Manger - Market Days
Mimi pens a beautiful blog with stunning photographs that tell the tale of her life in Médoc, France. Not only does she have delicious-looking recipes, her posts about life in Médoc transport you into her world. Personally, this made me long for Angers, France where I studied for a year and met my husband. We have only been back once since, but dream of owning a home there and living the life eating fresh produce, drinking wine and generally basking in the French language and French culture. Mimi was able to bring me there, if only for a few minutes.
Lifescoop - 5 Awesome Apps to Help Revamp Your Home Decor
We are currently obsessed with trying to pull the house together - fixing things and placing furniture, trying to figure out how to make it our own without spending a small fortune. This article definitely caught my eye; it looks like there are a few in there that even my husband will use!