Red Cherry

19 Jun 19
simplycraftydesigns

Hello my friends! I wanted to keep the cards simple today. But yet I decided to give them a look like they were painted on the water color paper. So I took some Distress Embossing Ink and Ranger Embossing powder and stamp with Tim Holtz Flowers. Also create some mask with his Flower Garden Famelits. […]

19 Jun 19
Quaff Thine Bev'ridge

Airports are, in a weird way, the true heart of any given city. Sure, the downtown core has all of the businesses and high-end stores. But they also have all the traffic, all the crime and all the distractions cities are heir too. You could turn to suburbs, with vast populations of families and the […]

19 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

The Premier League transfer window is open. Click here to view the latest transfers. And stay up to date with the latest information. When will the window open in Europe? | QUIZ: Which club should you join? Brooks on the books for United AFC Bournemouth Asterisk David Brooks could be picked up this summer by […]

19 Jun 19
The Journey Home

Grocery List for Monday’s dinner Monday’s recipe link: Chicken Caesar Pasta Salad Ingredients: https://www.wellplated.com/chicken-caesar-pasta-salad/   8 ounces pasta 12 ounces chicken breast — cooked and cut into bite-size pieces 1 romaine lettuce heart — chopped (about 8 ounces) 1 pint cherry tomatoes — or grape tomatoes, halved 3/4 cup croutons 1/3 cup freshly grated Parmesan […]

19 Jun 19
Harner Brothers CSA

There is always something to do at our place. We replanted some crops and did quite a bit of weed control. We are also closely monitoring potato bugs and some other critters that are enjoying a few of the plants. We will let you know what we find out. Here’s a some highlights from the week and a look at what to expect in your boxes.

19 Jun 19
This Fantastic Life

Talk about a road trip! We logged some serious mileage, checked some blocks, discovered charming towns, spectacular views, snow, wildlife, delicious bakeries and a taco bus worth seeking out. I will definitely keep these on my list of places for future exploring. Big Sky Country + More Montana, you did not disappoint! Sweeping, open spaces […]

19 Jun 19

Last weekend, we were at our Prince Edward County house getting a lot of work done. But I made some time to visit one winery and chose Rosehall Run Vineyards. Rosehall Run is one of the oldest wineries in PEC, having been established in 2001. They are known for their Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and sparkling […]

19 Jun 19
Caspernick's Blog

Very typical in the glass for Pinot- seethrough, lighter shade of purple and showing fine-strained legs.  On the nose I get strawberry pie, spice box and rooibos tea.  On the initial palate it’s more cherry than strawberry but they coexist nicely.   The wine transitions beautifully to the mid palate where I get some ginger […]

19 Jun 19
CLARISSA x FOOD

Found on Loseby Lane, The Pantry focuses on homemade plant-based food. Founder Arti, studied fashion in Manchester, but left the fashion world after not enjoying her job at the time as much as she had hoped. Moving back to Leicester, she felt that there weren’t many vegetarian and vegan places around (although there are a […]

19 Jun 19
Hollywood Life

The latest trend that our fave celebs can’t stop wearing is stripes & everyone from Selena Gomez to Bella Hadid have been rocking the pattern both on & off the red carpet!

19 Jun 19
Summer 2019

Busy day! Hello from Santorini! Today, we went on a bus tour around the island since we wanted to see the highlights and never come back (only half kidding). The trip was only 50 euros per person, starting at 10:20AM and ending after sunset so a pretty good deal for like 9 hours worth of […]