I thought I'd share a few "loves" from this past week.
(On Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, I spent time with precious friends which I loved, but of course there are no links for that. Oh, but I wish I could link you up with some heart-filling friend time! It is good for the soul.)
November is not time to put away autumn decor at my house. Rather, it is time to get out a few turkeys! This Primitive Tom is one of my favorites. I made him years ago with instructions I found ~here~.
I enjoyed this Autumn Chopped Salad this week. It had been a while since I had made it, but I love the flavor of the chopped pears and dried cranberries and blue cheese. Yum.
Also "yum" was this frittata recipe by the Pioneer Woman. Mine had potato, onion, mushrooms, and kale, but you could add any veggies or meats that you like. It's an easy, but flavorful weeknight supper.
These thoughts on the election by author Lynn Austin may be the best thing I have read on this topic! She published the article the day before the election, but the ideas continue to be relevant.