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Friday Link Love

Friday, June 17, 2016

Hi Cottage and Vine readers!  The days have been quite full since school ended and I've been busy juggling projects, spending time with family, and plain ole' enjoying the little moments. Some highlights from the week include teaching our sons to drive a stick shift, summer swim meets, and our puppy completing all her vaccinations (which means she can finally go on hikes with us, yay!).  All really good stuff, but I miss having time to blog and I miss you guys.

I know how much some of you enjoy Friday link love so I wanted to pop in with a few fun things I found this week.  Have a great weekend!


This pretty room by Masscco Miller found on House of Turquoise.



Alice Lane - I love everything about this bathroom...



...and this kitchen also by Alice Lane.



Canadian Living - How to infuse a new build house in the suburbs with urban sophistication.



Nesting Place - 18 summers

9 comments:

  1. A great grouping of images this lovely Friday! I particularly love the wallpaper in the entry space and that kitchen is gorgeous. And that quote...oh, so very true! Happy Weekend.

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  2. I love that quote! It's so true. I have a 3 year old and a 5 year old and the years are already flying by. Have a great weekend!

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    1. Enjoy your precious kiddos Lisa Marie.

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  3. Those pendant lights from Alice Lane are the new darling in lighting I think....I have seen them several times in the last few days! Your busy June sounds lovely and happy. Enjoy it all.

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    1. I've been seeing them a a lot as well Lisa. June has been wonderful and it's so nice to give myself permission to let "busy-ness" go and focus on being present. Simple as it sounds, it make all the difference.

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  4. Beautiful rooms! Yes, "the days are long but the years are short". I remember that quote from when my kids were really little and it couldn't be more true! They are 10 and 12 know and it is flying by! I can't even imagine when they hit driving age. I remember driving a stick shift but now it's hard to get a car with one! It would be nice to teach my boys that skill someday but there probably won't be any around by then! Enjoy your weekend and thanks for the inspiration!
    Shelley

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    1. Yes, flying by! We bought our son a jeep last week and while he is learning to drive stick, R and I are having fun with it ourselves - top down & doors off. I think we need one too, ha!

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  5. Beautiful post! Love following your blog! Jamie Herzlinger

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