Happy Monday my loves! I survived a week of my husband being out of town while I catered and hosted parties, somehow managing to keep my sanity at the same time. I’m pretty proud of myself for coming out unscathed– although the house (and laundry pile) has certainly seen better days. But this is a weekend of playing catch up, which is a good thing because Halloween is quickly approaching and I have a ton of recipes to share with you this week!
I hope you’ll stay tuned each day because we’ll have at least one, probably 2, posts going live all week long. Then later in the week I’m going down to Colonial Williamsburg with my family to celebrate Halloween in an old timey kind of way– I’m pretty sure we’re all going to really love it and I can’t wait to share with you what we’ll be doing down there!
In the meantime, here’s our featured post of the week: The Rural Economist shares why chooses to be a pepper in her post: Why I Prepare. So check that out and be sure to click on some of the links below + add your own!
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