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Good morning friends! How are you? Have you been blessed with beautiful Fall weather? Or are you still feeling the heat of summer? We had to turn the air conditioner back on this week it was so hot, hopefully we will see some cooler weather soon.
Oh my goodness, this Creamy squash fettuccine with caramelized onion and pancetta from Pinch of Yum is everything I love and more! Butternut squash, cheese, pasta and caramelized onion, I cannot wait to make this.
Spaghetti Squash Burrito Bowl from the Relished Roost, a touch of Fall, Tex-mex and Keto friendly.
If you are a fan or pumpkin cake and carrot cake then this is the cake for you it is Ben Stars Carrot and Pumpkin Cake and it is fabulous!
Bourbon Pumpkin Spice Swirl Bread, a little Southern twist on traditional pumpkin bread.
14 Healthy Chicken Breast Recipes, each one more delicious looking than the next.
The Yoga of My Body Hatred(interesting article about women and their body image)
If you are a fan of John Derian than your don’t want to miss out on his collaboration with Target.
I just picked up these books from the library and I cannot wait to start reading them.
With recipes featuring popular flavors like apple, caramel, pecan, and pumpkin spice, this cookbook will be a must-have for fall baking. These dessert recipes will warm up the kitchen and get you excited about cool weather. Cakes, pies, cobblers, breads, and more will fill your home with fragrant aromas and delicious treats.
Lucy Clairmont’s family treasured the magic of the past, and her childhood fascination with stories of the high seas led her to become a marine archaeologist. But when tragedy strikes, it’s Dashel, an American forensic astronomer, and his knowledge of the stars that may help her unearth the truth behind the puzzle she’s discovered in her family home.
A beautifully illustrated exploration of the principles, laws, and wonders that rule our universe, our world, and our daily lives, from the New York Timesbestselling creator of Lost in Translation
From the New York Times bestselling creator of Lost in Translation, Eating the Sun is a delicately existential, beautifully illustrated, and welcoming exploration of the universe—one that examines and marvels at the astonishing principles, laws, and phenomena that we exist alongside, that we sit within.
Like her beloved debut, The Keeper of Lost Things, Ruth Hogan’s second novel introduces a cast of wonderful characters, both ordinary and charmingly eccentric, who lead us through a moving exploration of the simple human connections that unite us all.
In the wake of her father’s death, Rose Newlin finds solace in her work as a book restorer. Then, one rainy Connecticut afternoon, a struggling painter appears at her door. William Lomazzo brings with him a sixteenth-century treatise on art, which Rose quickly identifies as a palimpsest: a document written over a hidden diary that had purposely been scraped away. Yet the restoration sparks an unforeseen challenge when William—a married man—and Rose experience an instant, unspoken attraction.
I love the look of this gray turtleneck sweater, it looks warm and comfortable.
I bought these boots 4 years ago and they are still my favorite riding boot. They are beautifully made, comfortable and they get better with age.
Cute fall earrings.
I don’t know about you but I love slippers, I get one or two pairs each year and this year I purchased a pair if these Acorn slippers and a pair of leather slippers from L.L. Bean. I wear then to take out the dogs, around the house to keep my feet warm and I even wear them in the morning to yoga.
Just in case you need or want a pair of plaid loafers to wear this Fall and Winter.
It is never too early to think about the holidays, and these plates would be an great addition to your holiday table.
That’s it for this week, I hope that you share any podcasts, books, recipes, articles or whatever you found interesting this week.
Have a safe and happy weekend, especially if you are in Louisiana.