First off, I was surprised to see this children's T-shirt at Khols!
Follow your heart is my phrase this year. I also brought along "use it!" again.
*I Like the idea of making something with 5 FQ and some background yardage. These fine bloggers have concocted patterns for FREE. Two of which they have already shared. I plan to do them. Small projects, easy to gather five FQ that make you happy and start.
* I Like getting a surprise gift in the mail from Yarngoddess (https://yarngoddess) :
*I Like this flamingo-pink poodle card from Monika. (tailsaroundtheranch)....
oh for a real one!
*I Like this Blue Moose dip ... so much!!! My husband found it at the local grocery and it's terrific on crackers as well as a turkey sandwich. Dian in CO told us about it in another I like post... yum!
* I Like the four new Gilmore Girls episodes on Netflicks.
I am a fan of good writing and clever humor, and watched all episodes the first time around, over and over. Kind humor. No violence no meanness. Just funny and touching. I like funny. I like touching. I like smart people and these are smart people.
In case you weren't aware, there are four special episodes on netflicks right now
I related to the poignancy of this song in one of the recently released special Gilmore Girls shows.We've all had crisis in life, some of us had mid-life moments already so most people can relate a bit to this. And it's sung by Sutton Foster, one of the great clear Broadway singers.
* I like this new flamingo hand towel also from Khols
Speaking of pink... and who isn't??
*I like pink hair
I mean, it would be cheerful looking at that color every day. Last week's I Like on Shannon's blog showed her pink hair!
* I liked, very much the Netflicks show titled, "Fannie's last supper" where a group of Boston chefs research and prepare a 12 course Victorian dinner as Fannie Farmer would have done. They had to find a wood stove, learn how to bring it to precise temperatures, find ingredients available at the time, experiment with techniques so common at the time that details were not in the cookbook.
Fannie Farmer was a strong woman, overcoming polio, studying cooking then becoming principal of the cooking school. She wrote a cookbook and publishers didn't believe in her, so they said they would publish if she raised $3000 to print it. She did and it sold more copies than the most popular books of the time.
I thoroughly enjoyed watching the show, and would like to see more. I do love history, er, HERstory.
* I Like the way different species find comfort in each other's company
That's it for this week.
If you enjoyed my list there are 20 more over there under the label, "I Like"
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