Today, I’m linking up with Momfessionals and sharing my Friday Favorites!
Did you see my post on Linda’s new foyer? I had the best time putting this together and she loves that it’s the first thing people see when they come in her home. I’m currently working on Linda’s family room and there are some tricky spots so it will take a little bit of creativity. I can’t wait to share it once it’s all done.
I always hear the most raving reviews from all my friends that eat Halal Chicken from the famous food truck up in New York City. Looks like we can all try to recreate this recipe at home. Here’s the Halal Chicken recipe. Doesn’t it look delicious?
This cake is so beautiful! Here are 50 Easy Easter Cakes you can try out. I just may have to try out a new recipe.
Last weekend when I was up in Boston, I took Bread and Wine with me. It’s written by Shauna Niequist and she writes about how the table is such an important place for all of us. It’s not just about food but the relationships that can form because of it and how God uses it as a way to nourish our bodies as well as our souls. I read it on the plane ride and I loved it. She includes lots of simple and delicious recipes that I plan on making soon. I love this quote so much. “At the very beginning, and all through the Bible, all through stories of food, about all of life changing with the bite of an apple, about trading an inheritance for a bowl of stew, about waking up to find the land littered with bread, God’s way of caring for his people; about a wedding where water turned to wine, Jesus’ first miracle; about the very Last Supper, the humble bread and wine becoming for all time, indelibly linked to the very body of Christ, the center point for thousands of years of tradition and belief.” As someone who loves food, cooking, and sharing meals with others, I really believe those moments shared around the table can be some of the most God filled moments. I believe it when our little family is gathered around the table and I believe it when we offer others a place in our homes. It’s about sharing food, but more about sharing our hearts with one another and inviting a place for others to feel safe and welcome at the table.
Do you live in a small space? Here’s an article by Country Living that shares, “10 Must-follow rules for making a small space beautiful.” Jimmy and I lived in a small townhouse for 10 years up until our second child was almost 3. It forced me to be creative especially since we didn’t have a garage. #thinkbikes #andstrollers I think we always idealize larger spaces and while I do appreciate ours, I remember how much easier it was to clean and tidy up! Do you live in a smaller space? How do you decorate and organize?
Hope you have a most wonderful weekend. Thanks for stopping by!! If you are on Instagram, make sure to follow me as I share lots of home decor inspiration as well as some funny kid moments time to time.
The fear of the LORD is a fountain of life, turning a person from the snares of death. Proverbs 14:27