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Happy Friday, friends! My sisters are visiting from Florida, so we’ve been doing lots of sisterly things, like playing Rummikub, chatting by the wood stove, sipping hard cider, and giggling, lots and lots of giggling (especially after watching this video-and this clip, too). 

Here’s a smattering of this’s and that’s that tempted my tastebuds, dazzled my vision, and pleased my ears! 
*These dominoes are beautiful (via honey kennedy).
*I made this the other day and you should, too (we used Honey Crisps instead of Grannies, tho).
*Garden tools for the ladies!!!
*Baker Creek’s catalouge is exquisite.
*Now this is my kind of garden shed. 
*Tree hotels (via 101 Cookbooks)!!!
*Intrigued by this magazine.
*Cards and calenders rendered from photos of tree bark.
*Loving all the wood in this house (via Door Sixteen).
*The sisters and I have been listening to this on repeat (this version, too).
We’re headed downtown in a bit, to nosh on ciders and burgers here and then get our chocolate fix here. After that, we’re meeting friends for bowling. YES! 
Wherever you go, whatever you do, may it be grand!

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