Weekend Links

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Such an easy way to display black and whites. Or instagram photos that you have printed up.


Pecan Cobbler? Stop the world.

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The Ways We Are Perfect : Richella is one of the first people I met through blogging, her oldest son just graduated from Duke University, this is her post on mothering, and children.

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Let Them Come Home


Becoming Home: A Photo Tour, I’m a little bit in love with this blog. A family of 5 living in 665 square feet. Be sure to read this.

Lessons in a Boy Fort also from Carmella @Assortment, thinking about small

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One Thing Your Daughter Doesn’t Need You to Say and 12 Things Your Daughter Needs You to Say –these posts written by my sister went viral this week

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A Helpful Guide to Becoming Unbusy @ Becoming Minimalist

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  1. I saw your sister’s posts floating around Facebook this week but didn’t click on them bec. I didn’t know they were hers. I just read them both. Beautiful advice that I’m saving for the years ahead with three girls in the house. Thanks.

  2. I went to the assortment blog. “We’ve traded burdens for breath.” Word. Reminds me of “beauty for ashes”. I pinned that cabin to Pinterest. Beautiful.

  3. Wow, such kind words you wrote, Nester! Thanks so much for the link-up! I’m kind of blown away right now ;)

  4. Thank you so much for all of these beautiful links! I enjoyed them all and appreciate the time you took to hand them to us. Have a great weekend!

  5. You always have the best weekend links….

  6. Oh, girl, thank you so much for featuring my “The Ways We Are Perfect” post! I am beyond honored to be here. And to think that we really did meet through blogging–it still amazes me! God has used the blogosphere to unite kindred spirits all over the world, hasn’t He?

    Love you!

  7. My youngest son graduated from high school (on Mother’s Day, mind you) and I’m still sort of feeling like I’m in the Twilight Zone. I’m looking forward to reading these features!

  8. Assortment of Living Less…. just read and wish it was me!! (living less)

  9. I,too, just spent over an hour reading Assortment from “cover to cover”. Absolutely inspiring!! Thanks Nester for introducing us to Carmella. And, to Carmella, a great big thank you. It was an honor to “meet” you!

  10. I read your sisters posts through a link my friend shared on facebook. There are so wonderful!! I had no idea that was your sister when I read them!

  11. Thank you for sharing! I see quite a few links I need to check out today. So glad you included Richella- she is a blessing to me. I would never have had a chance to meet her if not for blogging!

  12. Love these! I’m completely fascinated by the 600 sq ft family and was encouraged to say some guilt-free “no thank yous” by the busy article.

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