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High Five for Friday!

High Five for Friday!  I’m sharing the highlights of my week… five to be exact!  I love the idea of focusing on five little things that made me happy… definitely a fun way to recap the week and  and stay grateful.

 

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1 – Music City MQG.  I’ve been meaning to seek out a modern quilting guild since moving here, and I finally attended a meeting. I love the online quilting community, but it was so much fun to be in a room with real live people talking about quilting!

2 – Porchfest.  Live music and food trucks drew us to the Westhaven Porchfest – can’t resist artisan sno cones and fresh fish tacos!

3 – Flying Geese.  Got to spend lots of time with my sewing machine over the weekend, and even a bit during the workweek.  Looking forward to more play time this weekend!

4 – Mint Candy Apple by Essie.  I love this nail polish that my BFF gave me to match her wedding colors – I usually stick to reds and pinks but I am loving this color for summer!

5 –  Charlotte’s Web.  I’ve been reading this alongside One Man’s Meat, E.B. White’s collection of wartime essays, and it’s been so interesting to read an author’s adult thoughts in one book and see how they translate into children’s literature in the other.

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I’m linking up with Lauren Elizabeth for H54F!

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3 thoughts on “High Five for Friday!

  1. Stopping by from the High Five for Friday linkup! I love your quilting, it’s something that I’ve always wanted to learn. I’m sure I need to get a little better at sewing first!

    Love the idea of reading a children’s novel and adult’s novel by the same author. It could probably work well with C.S. Lewis too.

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  2. Stopping by from the High Five for Friday linkup! I love your quilting, it’s something that I’ve always wanted to learn to do well. I’m pretty sure I will need to hone my sewing skills more first, though.

    I also like the idea of reading an author’s children’s book and adult’s book at the same time and comparing the two. I think that could work with C.S. Lewis too!

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