7.20.2011

Pinterest (day 64)

I almost regret signing up for a Pinterest account because it is so insanely addicting! 
I've been sneaking in a few minutes here and there to build up my collection of boards, which I might add that I'm quite pleased with so far :)


The best part is that you can click on the picture and it takes you to the link where it was found... so all the fabulous DIY projects I find? I can just click and find out how to make them. Or all the pretty furniture and household items in my For the Home board... I know just where to go so someday when I am not a broke college student, I can furnish a beautiful little space with all these items I've been dreaming about.


Want to see a few? I know you do :)

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Day 64 - Favorite childhood book

The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy! I was in the Weekly Reader Book Club and I remember being so happy when this book came in the mail... I seriously used to read it all the time! Guess I've always been an animal lover :)
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6 comments:

  1. WOWZERS! i can definitely see why it would be addicting jejeje I LOVE that chair it is sooo gorgeous :) and those cookies look so scrumptious

    I loooooooooooved that book when i was little too! awee :)

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  2. Hehe, I don't have a Pinterest for that very reason- it looks so addicting! I can look at pictures of cool furniture and cute dogs for hours! ;) Feel free to post more of your awesome Pinterest finds, hehe!

    Happy Wednesday!

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  3. What great finds, and yes I'm so glad you shared! That chair is pretty cool, but I love that bag that looks like it was made out of a sweater! I have way too many bags... ;) Is that the story that takes place at Christmas? Or does it have an orphanage in it??? The title is so familiar...

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  4. I can see how that would be addicting. ;) Very cool chair, and I just love that bag! <3 Great finds!

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  5. I remember getting The Weekly Readers even back the olden days! It was always something to look forward to, and then when the books we ordered came in, super exciting! Ha, that's an old memory.

    I'm so afraid of Pinterest! lol I'll follow you though, but I'm not looking around, darn it!! I gots things to do!

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