Last night I made the best Creamy Potato Soup in the history of ever. My friend posted the recipe yesterday and it seemed so easy that I actually jumped up and went and made it. Which means it must have been a hecka easy to make or I wouldn’t have done it. I can cook, I just don’t like to cook. Seriously you guys, if you like potato soup, GO MAKE THIS SOUP. Like, right now. The only thing I did different is I used 5 fresh cloves of garlic (we like garlic!) pressed instead of the dried garlic. I also cut up some ham lunch meat and added it. Delish.
** So, are you new here? I throw the Hookin’ Up with HoH Party every week to give all of you a chance to find other awesome blogs to read. Below you will find several hundred mini links to other people’s blog posts. Have fun browsing through the links in search of new ideas. Also, if you are a blogger, please feel free to add your own links to the list!
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Here are a few of my favorites from last week’s link party.
Awesome and adorable kid bathroom makeover from Being Home.
I Should Be Mopping The Floor made over her fireplace. Such an improvement!
Make cute frames for your fridge following Junk in the Trunk‘s easy tutorial.
Thrifty & Chic shares her beautiful new nursery.
So in love with this wood grain ampersand from Magic City Thistle.
Life. Love. Larson. is so smart. She used an old oatmeal container to make some storage for her headbands.
I am a true artsy fartsy artist and I can prove it with my love for this collage art from Ramblings from The Sunshine State. So cool and original.
Remodelando la Casa made the most beautiful LOVE wall plaque.
Just Us Four shares a great tutorial for installing your own drawer pulls.
OMG, smart blogger alert! Lizy B is a genius with her tension rod dividers. It’s officially on my to-do list.
Creating Really Awesome Free Things created something really awesome! She drilled holes into her fence and added marbles. So pretty.
I have never heard of the book this quilt is based after, but I am seriously digging this bright dot quilt anyway. The Seasoned Homemaker shares the quilt and a cute story.
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