April 8, 2017

This week’s learned, links, and thankfulness…

Thankful for marriage fights because they reveal sin and things we need to work on. We’re both always learning how to love and forgive.

Such a gorgeous picture… the lady, the colors, the simplicity.

Still love seeing colorful sap buckets displayed on a wall.

I got ahead of the game and ordered a bunch of homeschooling curriculum for next year. It’ll be year 7 of homeschooling!

This “Keep Your Chin Up” bandana is quirky and cute.

Sort of curious of this tie-belt culotte jumpsuit from the GAP.

Everlane is releasing a new shoe on Monday. Love the block heel on it.

Lasagna has been my new favorite thing to make, or maybe it’s that I really like eating lasagna. I never liked it in the past, but I use this recipe (with some of my own minor tweaks), and I love it.

I like the philosopher quoted at the end of this article entitled, “Dear Non-Christian Friend, Where Can We Find True Freedom?

The girls don’t know it, but next week is spring break, and I’m really excited about it. I might move things around so our break will have a some days off next week, and some days off the week after. #ohthejoysofhomeschooling.

Are you a vintage flax linen lover? If so, this set is for you.

The girls had so much fun dog sitting for a couple days. They’re really lobbying for a dog.

Here’s to hoping you all get lots of rest and relaxation this weekend!


3 comments on “huzzah!”

  • Karla says:

    You reminded me that I haven’t made my lasagna recipe in a while. I don’t mind ricotta, but at one point I was out and was trying to figure out a good way to make something similar. I found this recipe (, and we love it.

    I use half the amount of cheese in cheddar, halve the white sauce, and use more noodles. One of the other things I do when making pasta recipes that call for lasagne noodles or large shells is just use regular pasta and spoon the mixture on top; you don’t get all the separate layers but it’s easier.

  • Apprvl says:

    Thank you so much for including our bandana in your link round up=)

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