Sunday, September 03, 2017

Link Love #30

Link Love | Links I'm loving this week!

Happy Sunday & Labor Day weekend!

What are you up to during this holiday weekend?

Our dog had surgery on Wednesday, so we're been at home with him for most of the weekend.  He's recovering well, but we want to keep an eye on him.  I'm working on a full post for later this month that will explain the entire ordeal we've been going through with him over the past couple months.  I know I've been fairly vague on what's been going on so hopefully that post will explain more!

Here are the links I’ve been loving this week:

- Arnold Palmer Popsicles – I’m sure I've shared a version of this before, but I'm going to share it again anyway because Arnold Palmer in popsicle form is delicious!

- 5 Labor Day Weekend Staycation Ideas – We’ve stayed home a lot this weekend so these ideas are perfect!

- Surprisingly Simple Air-Dry Clay Projects to Try – I got into making little things with air-dry clay in the past but these ideas take it to a new level!

- Coconut Limeade Coolers – This looks so good!

- One-Pan Baked Ziti--A Miracle! – I’m all over this!  I love ziti & the thought of using one pan sounds amazing!

- Cherry Pretzel Dessert – A simple dessert that looks delicious!

- Grilled Corn, Chicken and Bacon Beer Chowder – I’ve never been the type to make homemade soups, but this might convert me!

- Peaches & Dreams Milkshake – This is everything my dreams are made of!

Pineapple Upside Down Sugar Cookies – I love pineapple upside down anything, so this is fantastic!

- No-Bake S'mores Icebox Cake – I’ve been crazy about S’mores lately, so this looks delicious…and it’s no-bake!  It doesn’t get any better than that!

- Breakfast Popsicles – Popsicles for breakfast?  Count me in!

- How to Make Pear Wine – If I had the patience, I might make this! 

- How Pumpkin Spice Conquered The World – Even though I’m not really a fan of pumpkin spice, this was an interesting read!

Have a great weekend!

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