Findings

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Hello friends.  Today is Saturday and that is when I like to share some of the favorite things I have found around the web from time to time.  To start, I can tell you what I am not finding this year.  Hydrangeas.  I cut them back every year because otherwise they would just get to large for the spaces that they are in, but there is not rhyme or reason to when I get blossoms or do not.  This year we have a  few blooms here and there so I will just have to hold on to the memories.

 

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I was totally skeptical that new windows could make this big of a difference.  Check out the before at Thistlewood Farms.

 

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I love a fun cocktail and no one does them better than Michael.  Check out these fun recipes at Inspired by Charm.

If you are a homebody too or you just want to be entertained, read this one.

These floral arrangements are absolutely gorgeous.

I will be trying this recipe.

The prettiest pumpkin in all the land.

You can never go wrong with simple table setting tips for fall.

And speaking of fall – Pumpkin Sage is one of our new scents and it is amazing!  See all of our soy candles here.

(update – the 7.5 oz of the Pumpkin Sage has sold out already, but the 19 oz. is still in stock.  We will restock as soon as we can!)

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Thanks so much for reading!  Don’t forget to stop back on Monday for the Finding Fall Home Tour!

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  1. Oh dear. I cut mine back one year and my husband said what did you do? There won’t be any blooms next year. He was right. Evidently I cut too much to early! Had no idea you could do any thing to slow down a hydrangea bush! Happily, we have lots this year!