We’re taking things slow this weekend, just a few things to accomplish in the garden, perhaps some more baby deer sightings (they are so cute and so little), and although we’re frustrated that their parents are getting into some of our flowers that we worked so hard to plant, thankfully most of our plants are proving to be deer-proof, and we’ve picked up some lavender to scatter around ones that aren’t.
During the breaks, I’m hoping to create some new things to share on the blog next week, along with a list of books that have come out this month that I hope to read once I have time for things like reading for fun!
Spend the evening at the New York Botanical Garden Conservatory.
Blackberry Lavender Ice Cream Sandwiches?! Yes, please!
Here are 22 Reasons to Dress Like You’re on Vacation, Even When You’re Not.
These Easy Almond Croissants look amazing and so completely delish!
Planning a trip to Paris for the first time? Here’s a guide for First Time Visitors.
I’ve been planning on visiting our local peach stand for weeks now, ever since I first saw the baskets of freshly picked peaches pop up on the ledge of the stand. If you need ideas on what to make with your fresh peaches this season, check out this list of 55 Fresh Peach Recipes to Savor.
There are so many cute Summer Dresses in this post!
Planning a trip to Cape Cod to escape the summer heat? Here are the 10 Best Cape Cod Towns to Visit.
These Blueberry Streusel Muffins are made for Sunday brunches.
Loving this Yellow and White Striped Midi Dress. Also, this Lemon Blossom Dress is high on my must-have list. Can you have too many lemon dresses? I think not!
This Blackberry Cake is a show stopper, and if you need even more berry deliciousness…
If like me you don’t always remember to put on sunscreen before going out to work in the garden for a few hours on a Saturday morning, these Aloe Skin-Care Products will be your new best friend.
We have some avocados in the refrigerator that would be scrumptious in this Guacamole Salad.
I found this straw belt with an acetate buckle and a straw belt with a scalloped edge that I couldn’t decide between, which means I got both! Since they are two different shades of straw, they’ll pair well with different bags and shoes throughout the summer season (and they are so budget-friendly!)
Making homemade pizza for the first time? This Guide to Making Pizza from Food & Wine will give you all the tips and tricks.
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