Wake Up Wednesdays
Welcome to Wake Up Wednesdays Week 38!
It’s officially SUMMER!! And as much as I love to see all the creativity that flows around the holiday season in the fall and early winter, I really love what summer does to blog land! I love seeing all the delicious recipes for the grill, amazing salads, and yummy cocktails. I love seeing the creative ideas for things to do with your kids to beat boredom, and all the beautiful red white and blue EVERYTHING! So bring it on, let’s see what you’ve got!
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I don’t know if it’s baby brain or sleep deprivation, but I had a PARTICULARLY hard time picking features this week. It’s probably neither of those things, probably just that you all linked up some amazing things last week. Here are just six of the wonderful amazingness that caught my eye.
Getting out of bed this morning was ROUGH, but it would have been a lot easier if I had had some of this Starbucks Copy Cat Lemon Loaf from Yesterfood!
I love Samoa EVERYTHING, and these Samoa Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies from Blahnik Baker look particularly awesome!
I could totally dig into this Balsamic Honey Grilled Steak Salad from Mom on Timeout!
And how cute is this DIY Laundry Play Set from Little Red Window? My two year old would love this!
I’m going to need about five of these Salted Caramel Cafe Mocha Smoothies from A Little Clariefication
And I love this Chicken Poppyseed Fruit Salad from i should be mopping the floor, it looks so perfect for summer!
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Interestingly enough, I didn’t grow up with an interest in cooking. In fact, I informed my mother on multiple occasions that I was not getting an advanced education so I could spend my evenings preparing meals.
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