Weekend Links / / Sea Salt Memories

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^ My mom’s dried lavender.

How was your Holiday weekend? I spent a whirlwind two days back in Chicago for Thanksgiving (pictures coming next week!). It was great seeing family and friends, but the seven hour drive home while still having to work the rest of the week was rough! I’m just now catching up.

Jordan didn’t need to rush back, so he stayed until Wednesday. I’m glad he had that extra time with family and friends. I did what all girls do when their husbands leave for a week, I watched sad movies (TFIOS and Wish I was Here) and caught up on blog reading.

Here are a few of my favorites!

/ / Dark Chocolate and Sea Salt Popcorn. I love popcorn and often eat it for a light meal. This combo sounds utterly divine and would be a great party snack!

/ / Rae’s reasons why she chooses to bring her camera with her and photograph the little moments are spot on! When do we ever look back at old photographs and wonder why we captured them? We really don’t. I have regretted not taking photos.

/ / I kind of wish Tracy was my older sister (if I had an older sister). Her gift guide has a little bit of everything: fashion, home and crafts. Even if I don’t purchase a specific item from someones gift guide, it does give me lots of ideas.

/ / Elizabeth wrote about praying intentionally for our husbands on Cassie’s blog series, Equally Yoked. She gave tips such as having note cards with scripture that allows us to dive deeper.

/ / Want to leave a reply?

/ / Linking with Meagan.

8 thoughts on “Weekend Links / / Sea Salt Memories”

    1. I just need to find the right dark chocolate to add to it! My parents have a pretty extensive garden for living in the suburbs. I will miss having those easily assessable green touches in our house.

  1. I NEED that popcorn in my life – definitely checking that out! Thanks for linking up – and I’m happy you had some “girl” time. Nothing beats sappy movie watching when your husband isn’t around 🙂

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