My Favorite Links and Things

Posted · 6 Comments

My Favorite Links and Things |

Tomorrow will be the first day of June – my favorite month of the year. I’ll have a Little Mama turning 2 and a Big Brother turning 8 years old in the next month. Now that the spring will soon turn to summer, my family will slow down – revering in his creation. We’ll camp, swim, bike, tend to our urban homestead, and for the next month, swing into a slower routine in homeschool. We only have 1 more month until we’re officially done for the school year; however, right about now, we’re all ready to lay down the academics for a bit to just read good books. Lord willing, it will be good.

Enough about that, let’s get on to my favorite links and things.

Below are a few of my favorite links from this past week

My Humble Kitchen in and Around the Web

This week I’m so honored to be over at Nourished Kitchen and Mom Advice sharing some recipes I know you’re going to enjoy. Also, don’t forget to check out the new recipes I shared with you this past week.

Favorite Verse of the Week

My Favorite Links and Things |

Because Your loving kindness is better than life,
My lips shall praise You.
Psalm 63:3

I am SO excited as tomorrow is the start of the online summer book club by Good Morning Girls. We will be going through a new book written by Sally Clarkson and Angela Perritt called, You Are Loved, Embracing the Everlasting Love God has for You. I pray that the Holy Spirit works in me over this study and that I learn to accept his love for what it is… free, simply because he loves me. You can join as well. Check out the Good Morning Girls website for all of the details.

Favorite Reminder of the Week

My Favorite Links and Things |

My Family Food Life Through Instagram

Follow me by clicking here.

My Favorite Links and Things |

Our first harvest of the season

My Favorite Links and Things |

Steak fajitas for supper… so good!

My Favorite Links and Things |

Riding lessons. Our favorite day of the week. Homeschool rocks!

My Favorite Links and Things |

Thinning radishes makes for great micro-greens.

My Favorite Links and Things |

So my girl is an artist, loves to play in the dirt, and garden with mami. Like mother, like daughter.

My Favorite Links and Things |

Homemade cheddar crackers!

My Favorite Links and Things |

Creamed spinach, sausage, and potato casserole was enjoyed by all.

My Favorite Links and Things |

More baseball games. It’s so neat to see Gabe coach our boys. He works so well with children. He melts my heart :)

My Favorite Links and Things |

Tortilla espanola in the rice cooker and the seasons first gazpacho. The kids LOVE this!

My Favorite Links and Things |

It looks like we have a silver laced polish in our new flock of hens.

My Favorite Links and Things |

The front yard garden is growing well.


I may not have a large house but I do have a container garden in my front yard patio that makes me so very happy. My herb garden is a part of it which also has the most beautiful prairie flowers that bloom for most of the summer. It’s the small things, I tell you. Like drinking a hot cup of coffee before the morning breaks while taking in His creation. It may not be much to some people but it’s everything to me. #beautyinthesimplicity

My Favorite Links and Things |

Mounding potatoes in my backyard garden.

My Favorite Links and Things |

Little Brother serving Little Mama strawberries. Too sweet.

Have a Blessed Sunday!


6 Responses to "My Favorite Links and Things"
  1. Dawn says:

    I love your new favorites posting! I really liked your favorite reminder this week – do you know where I might purchase it? Thanks!!

  2. Yes, riding lessons and homeschooling both rock! Your crackers are adorable. Thanks for sharing the pics.

  3. Hannelore says:

    Oh, that quiche recipe is so delicious and so easy! I made it tonight and it was a hit with everyone!

  4. Katavell says:

    Wow! Please share the details on how you made the Tortilla Espanola in your rice cooker. I’ve sadly lost a few tortillas when I’ve flipped them over onto a plate and back into the pan.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *