Friday, September 6, 2013

Friday Faves

* A Song: "Les Choristes Caresse sur L'ocean" from the film, The Chorus

* Great Read: 7: an Experimental Mutiny Against Excess by Jen Hatmaker 

* Best Part of the Week: Playing High/Low at dinner.  
I love hearing about everyone's day that way. 

* Something to Make: for the inside of my bathroom cupboard door

* Image of the Week: Happy Anniversary to my Love by Kimberly Chorney

* A Great Gift: My niece and namesake will be born later this morning. 

* A Post: FYI#2 at Given Breath

* Quote of the Week: "Put some skates on and be your own hero." ~ Whip It
* PINspiration: Photographs That Make Me Think by Jenn Jorgensen

* Film Fancies: The Story of Keep Calm and Carry On

* BLOGspirationMy Little Life by Jerusalem Greer

* In Case You Missed It: Classroom Unphotographable


Cait O'Connor said...

I like this kind of list.

Joanna Jenkins said...

A new baby!!!! WOW, WOW, WOW.
Can't wait to see the pics.
xo jj

Jeanne said...

Beautiful indeed.
I love your Friday Favs.
Love you

Jeanie said...

Oh, that's a terrific list. Happy AUNT Day!

Jennifer Richardson said...

you are a WEALTH, my friend,
a treasure trove of riches.
thanks for sharing your unique vision
and it's bounty,

amelia said...

Geez, I'm beginning to sound like a broken record, but I really do love your lists!

Love, love, love that Happy Anniversary photo! And the video-you know, I have to say, I've found it a bit annoying the way everyone has taken that saying and ran with it . . . when it has such a very serious history. Sigh.

Finally, Congrats on a new little someone to love . . . and namesake no less. So exciting!


Marilyn said...

I always love your lists of favorites. The music was amazing. Love the story of Keep Calm. And the Photographs that Make Me Think I am now following. Thanks!

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Oh my but I loved that Classroom Unphotographable! I'm going to have to send that to my aunt (a teacher)! Thanks for sharing all your wonderful finds! I'm so glad those kids have you!


estetik drew said...

A very well-written post. I read and liked the post and have also bookmarked you. All the best for future endeavors

S. Etole said...

Always fun to check out the different links you share.

Anita said...

I loved the story behind Keep Calm and Carry On. What a neat bookstore!

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