Wednesday Whatsits (92)

Hi Everyone!

Welcome to Wednesday Whatsits.


Holy cow you guys!  Being offline for a week was weird, and great, and really weird, and it made me think about stopping a lot of the online things I’m doing.  Like I seriously thought about it.  Especially when I had a giant traffic spike and then a second big day during last week.  Weird!  At least I was productive.  We’re mostly unpacked, and the old house is just about ready for final inspection.  I need that security deposit darn it.




How freaking cool are these wrapping papers?


I miss Bob Ross.


Oh I can smell them now.  Looks like I need to get the littles a pack.


Here’s what we’ve been up to lately.

WLOW Collage

Cinnamon Sugar Muffins  |  DIY Etched Glass Vase  |  Get Your Chef On Shrimp Winner

{i love} my disorganized life Week in Review Jan 22-28, 2014

Chili Cornbread Casserole | Very Berry Muffin Cookies | 5 Tips for Keeping Your Resolutions

Wednesday Whatsits Real Housemoms posts

Buffalo Chicken Pizza Bites | Grapefruit Tom Collins | Cake Mix Red Velvet Donuts | Sweet Honey CornbreadFlourless Chocolate Cake w/ Homemade Caramel Sauce | Slow Cooker Taco Chili


Most Viewed

Crock Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

Crock Pot Chicken Noodle Soup ~ Peanut Life Adventures

One of My Favorite Links

S’mores Red Velvet Waffle Stack ~ Beyond Frosting



Don’t forget to stop by & see who the other hosts are featuring this week

Julie ~ White Lights on Wednesday

Rachel ~ {i love} my disorganized life

Aubrey ~ Real Housemoms


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  1. says

    Hi Julie
    Thanks for the party. That chicken soup looks delicious. I follow you on Bloglovin and Pinterest. If you have time come over and link up with me too.

  2. says

    Welcome back! Thanks for hosting again. In honour of the Lunar New Year, I’m sharing a simple recipe for sticky rice. Also, if you and any of your readers wish to join, I’m hosting a Pinterest party to celebrate the Lunar New Year this week. Any recipes that resemble Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, or Singaporean food are welcome!

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