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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.

The Amateur Librarian // H54F The Amateur Librarian // H54F

1 – Quick Visit.  My parents drove up for a quick visit, and it was fun to see them again.  It’s becoming a tradition to visit Sonic for dessert…
2 – Dismals Canyon. We took advantage of Labor Day and visited Dismals Canyon in Alabama.  So beautiful!  It was fun to get away for a quick adventure and spend some time in a misty canyon.
3 – Dining Room Art. The big blank wall in our dining room is finally filled!  I’ve had this quilt in my WIP pile for quite a while, and I thought I’d have to add some pretty big borders to make it bigger… but then I realized it’s the perfect size for the dining room!  Three nails later, the dining room is feeling a lot more complete.  I’ve been using curtain rings all over the place, and I really like them as a no-sew and no-hole option.
4 – New shoes! Thanks to Labor Day sales, I finally replaced my old sneakers with some new ones… and they don’t give me blisters, woohoo!
5 – Long Weekend. I can’t believe it’s already September!  With all the weekend trips lately I haven’t been working on my cross stitch sampler, but I finally finished up August’s block over the holiday weekend.  It was nice to just sit for a bit outside with the cats.


I’m linking up with Lauren Elizabeth for H54F!


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