Weekend reading

Well, I forgot it was Friday, again. I haven't had much time for reading this week but here are my offerings to you. Better late than never. Enjoy your weekend and take some time out to relax.

Another sunrise.

Time online, all the time?
It's Impossible Pie Week on the forum. All sorts of sweet and savoury impossible pies are being made and recipes shared.
Why you only need five things on your to-do list
Easy pillow case with crocheted edging

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  1. Dear Rhonda-- the lamp on your desk is the same as ones I was sent from a friend in USA whose son was going to throw them in the rubbish. Mine have a taller globe on them. They also have a separate piece to pop on the back if I want to put them on the wall. I really love mine and was chuffed to see you have one similar.
    Karen NZ

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  2. Ha ha - I actually went in to check the normal weekend post of yours and when it was not there I had a moment of fright along the lines of oh-no-it-is-only-Thursday! It seems we set our calendars by you Rhonda.

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    1. HA! good lord. Don't rely on me Phil. I have nothing to check my days against. One day is the same as the next for me.

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  3. I love the baking school link at The Kitchn, thanks RJ.

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  4. Oh my goodness! I am amazed that you have posted one of your links as Big Sky - such a small world, we were there earlier in the year celebrating a good friends' 50th birthday! It's just wonderful, and when it hits the 30's here, I think of the -23 celsius it got to when we were there!

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