All posts tagged: Links I love


Oh this site is fantastic!  Check out the video on how to get that 40’s look.  She’s cute. One of her posts lovely shoes in one of her posts This is the look she shows how to do in the video her cute kitchen another cute hairdo she wears another adorable pic of her   cute tops. I want every one. Oh just go check it out!  Too much to copy and paste.  It’s ALL cute!  Have fun!  FeeFee

new fav

You may not have noticed a new link I’ve added as a favorite so I wanted to point it out.  This one is great.  I’ve been following this blog for a while now.  I’m sorry to say I don’t know this lovely lady’s name but she has all sorts of great ideas for home projects.  She is super organized and gives great organization tips- a few of which I have used myself.  Check out her archives. Here’s her latest project- revamping a shoe shelf.  This is a great idea if you have the space for it by your entry- or back entry, or even in your closet.  one of the tips I recently learned from this site is this one:  If you have something wooden to paint- you can tack a few nails on the backside to prop it up so it doesn’t stick to the newspaper.  Smart.

Mail! Mail!

I got my book from Eldad today!  It is wonderful!  I wanted to give a huge thank you to Eldad for the book and for everything he and his beautiful wife, Audrey are doing to help save stray, shelter and injured dogs.  It is such a joy to know there are people like them in the world.  I found this poem online.  The Prayer of a Stray.  I would like to dedicate it to Audrey and Eldad and say that you two angels have answered some of these dogs prayers!  Sincerely, Chris   The Prayer Of A Stray Dear God, please send me somebody who’ll care! I’m tired of running, I’m sick with despair. My body is aching, it’s so racked with pain. And dear God I pray as I run in the rain, that someone will love me and give me a home. A warm cozy bed I can call my own. My last owner neglected me and chased me away to rummage in garbage and live as a stray. But now, God, I’m …

zen habits

I hope you enjoy these articles.  Have a wonderful day!  FeeFee   a very nice link with recipes and articles to help you live a more zen life: many more articles by the same author: popular posts by catergory: excerpt from Tips for Living in the Moment: It takes practice. But it can be achieved at times. To help inspire you to live in the moment, here are 5 great examples: Children. There’s no one better at being present than a child. I love to watch my three-year-old son, Seth, as he plays. He’s not thinking about what happened to him yesterday, or what he’s going to do later today. He’s Spiderman, and he’s fighting the bad guys, and nothing else in the world exists. If he gets mad about something, he overreacts, and nothing else in the world matters but what has upset him. But he’ll cry about it, and then soon return to normal, happy again, the offending situation forgotten without a grudge. He has no cares about tomorrow, and …

Link love- Mary Ruffle

Check out Mary Ruffle here Mary Ruffle.  Her site is fantastic.  She chooses the most inspiring, etheral photos.  It could just be a flower box that she is showing but the photo draws you in and makes you really “see” the flowers and appreciate the beauty.  Her clothes selections are right on too.  Just really cute.  Great job Mary!  Here’s a few I like:  How could you ot want to sink your toes into the sand after looking at this photo?  I like the table cloth, the dappled sunlight, the sunglasses and that tea looks yummy too.  Organization makes me feel good.  :)  These are the sweetest looking glasses and that lemonade looks yummy too.  I am inspired to do a cake post by this picture.  Coming soon onf FeeFeeRN’s blog!  :)    Pretty warm toned filter or effect on this one.  I wonder what scene she is looking at.  Remember those viewfinders?  I love those and kaleidoscopes.  There might be a kaleidoscope post coming too. :)  Lovely!

Link love

You will have to have this translated if you do not speak French.  (If you don’t know how- add it to googlereader- It will do it for you.  Go to and you can keep track of all of your blogs from all over the world). Her blog translates as One Day and not the Other.  Tilu is a teacher.  She repairs old teddy bears.  She loves to take photos.  She lives in Provence, France.She writes little peoms on her blog.  Here’ a sneak peak at some of her photos.  Going to this blog will transport you to another place.  Take a mini vacation.  You deserve it.  Her icon- looks like it is signed by Tilu. Tilu’s city A bouquet for you Tastes and colors Get your vitamins Passage Fat diet Lost Ball Tilu’s blog: