Happy Tuesday! I've gotten a couple new things over the past few days that I wanted to share with you!
In Monday's mail was a doll I purchased from Jenn of Rabbit Hill Primitives. The doll's name is Hannah and oh my goodness is she ever special!! I think by now you all know that I love primitive handmade dolls, but not just any doll will do mind you, they have to speak to me, well a few days ago when I first saw Hannah I knew she was special. She is so petite and wonderfully drab and old looking, and even more special in person, I just love her! Right now I have her sitting on my coffee table so I can look at her when I'm on the sofa watching evening television. Isn't she awesome?
In Saturday's mail there was a sign that I purchased from Kath of All Things Prim. It says, "PRIMITIVES Simple Treasures Of The Past". She does such lovely work! When I first saw the sign on her selling blog I thought to myself how much I'd love to have it but I didn't think that I had anywhere to put it. However, after taking a stroll around the house I spotted a place for it so I decided to make the purchase.
The spot is right above the bowl rack that is above the dry sink in the breakfast nook. I think it looks really nice there, don't you?
Then the last thing I wanted to share today is a recipe of sorts that I got from Sarah's blog, All Roads Lead Home. Thanks for posting about it Sarah! It's my kind of recipe, something I can actually make, LOL. You get a bag of candy corn (I like Brach's) and a jar of Planter's salted peanuts (I went with lightly salted) mix the two together in a bowl and there you have a yummy October treat!
The flavors and the textures go really good together. The flavor kinda reminds me of Big Hunk minus the teeth pulling effect, LOL. Do they still make Big Hunk? I haven't looked for that for years!
Well that's all for now, still waiting for cooler weather here in Central Virginia....the nights have begun to cool down a bit but it's still much too warm during the day to suit me! Have a wonderful rest of the week and find joy in whatever you do!