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Follow Friday

I thought this week would be a good week to highlight some of the WordPress blogs I follow, especially since I was too busy dodging in-laws and getting ready for an event to post last week. So happy Friday and I hope you enjoy these blogs as much as I do!

Weird Weekends: Adventurous weekend projects (with fantastic parenthetical comments and back stories) that run the gamut from cheese making to weaving to spinning hair. (Yes, human hair – fascinating!!!)

PaperPuff: Card-making at it’s finest and most entertaining. I don’t personally make my own cards often, but Gillian’s card projects make me wish I did. She’s also very entertaining, with great tangents and back stories.

Edge of Humanity Magazine: A flurry of posts, usually on Monday. Most are photo essays from all over the world, with a few poetry posts tossed in there.

Duck and Cover: Talya’s knitting adventures and, most recently, dying adventures – I’m really enjoying watching her explore yarn bases and dyes.

Lastly, I uncovered this gem yesterday while looking for something to post for TBT and am sharing because a post without a picture is … a post without a picture. Well, less exciting I suppose. Plus this is the secret to happiness, so I can’t go wrong, right?

lard
Now we know! Lard is the answer!

Comments

7 responses to “Follow Friday”

  1. Fab post, I follow all three of them already an totally agree with what you’ve said! ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    PaperPuff

    Ooh, how nice of you! Thanks for the lovely words! I am off to buy me some lard now……

    1. Thanks for having a great blog and for LOLing at my jokes! ๐Ÿ™‚

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        PaperPuff

        I do actually I love your sense of humour!

  3. You are so sweet to mention my blog… I also love the fact that you introduced me to some other very interesting blogs… thank you so much. (I need to do this same thing… )

    MMMM lard…. oreos until the 1990s were made with lard…

    1. I wish I could time travel for some 1980s oreos: that would make meeting my daily lard requirement so much easier, lol!

  4. Thanks for the link! Also- lard IS great. ๐Ÿ™‚

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