It's Fri-yay! I have a busy weekend ahead so we're going to jump right to it. I hope you all have an exciting weekend planned!
Here are my favorite reads for the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
From around the web:
- I'm always intrigued by the things found at the bottom of lakes, rivers, the ocean... Check out these sunken treasures.
- Cute barnyard animals always make me smile - especially Daffy, the cute little pony that got a special "foursie" for the holidays.
- In a conversation with his three year-old daughter, photographer Pablo Zaluska was inspired to capture the magic of something so ordinary freezing in the cold temps of Warsaw, Poland.
- If there is one thing I love about doing the photography at weddings (or even attending weddings), it is watching the groom's face as he sees his bride for the very first time. Like these twenty-four men.
On the blogosphere:
- Jaclyn from Cooking Classy recently shared a recipe for Cold Buster Chicken and Pasta Soup - something I have needed this week!
- Ann Voskamp shared an article on her blog about how to hear God when you are in a hard place.
- I love trying different vegetarian burgers and these Spicy Cauliflower Burgers from Lindsey and Bjork at Pinch of Yum look amazing!
Here on A Simpler Grace:
- I recently wrote an article about my One Little Word for 2016 and looked back over the past year and the changes I made in respect to the word for 2015.
- At the end of every month, I recap in a "taking stock" style post. This is December's.
- On Wednesday, I shared my master reading list for 2016 and talked about the goals I've challenged myself to aim for in the coming year.
- For all you foodies out there, I've recently joined Yummly and am working on getting the recipes I've shared here on the blog loaded on the site (and create new ones), so stay turned for looks to save in your recipe box!
What are you loving from this week?
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