January 16, 2009

What I'm Crushing On this Week

So many times I have things I want to share with you that might now warrant an entire post so I've decided to occasionally share with you things that I've gotten and love, or something I would love to get, or even just something I think you will enjoy. It could be a new product, website, blog or anything. It will definitely be something I'm crushing on.

The possibility of winning this giveaway at one of my favorite new blogs. Kasey rocks. I'm newly inspired every time I visit her. This girl has style in spades.

These vintage pictures I recently bought at the Etsy shop, From the Pines. You can find more here. She has great prices and as a bonus, she's a sweetie to work with.

This book that I recently read. I loved every single beautiful word of it and it made me almost physically ache to be in France. I will read it again and again and there aren't many books I can say that about.

This light from Marston & Langinger. At $425, I totally can't afford it but maybe you can. If not, dreaming is free, right?

25 comments:

  1. It has been so nice getting to know you! Thanks for the "shout out".
    I'm off to sunny weather, so i will catch up with you when i return!

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  2. The necklace is so great. I love all of Lola B's stuff. She has such an eye!

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  3. Thanks for the post Jen! I entered the giveaway too- looks great.
    I see you are in the puppy love swap too - maybe we will cross again in our tag book!

    Cheryl

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  4. Love the vintage photos! I look for them all the time when I'm off shopping for thrifty fun things. Beautiful blog you have created! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Just popped in to say - love your blog

    Sara
    XX

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  6. That knecklace is to die for. Delicate and romantic.

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  7. thanks for the book suggestion. I put it on my list.

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  8. I can see why you love the necklace, me too! I totally can see why you love the light fixtures, everyone should have light fixtures that kind of match their fire hydrants. :-) wink! The pictures are cool, everything you do is cool!! I have to go check out your friend's blog now or I would post longer. :-) have a blessed weekend!!!

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  9. Love that necklace!!
    I like the the blue lightfixture a lot, too, but its not within my budget either. :)

    Kimberly

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  10. Anything turqoise is always good right?:) I love that lamp and necklace. Both would really make a statement.:)
    Take care,
    ~Salina

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  11. I am right there with you on every one of your crushes! I'm going to look for that book. Not that I need anything to make me pine for a trip to France any more than I already am...

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  12. I love the necklace and I am putting the book on my list - I have a week of vacation in February - perfect time to cuddle up with a book, right?

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  13. Jen, thanks for introducing Lola B's to me - I love those necklaces of hers!

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  14. you have wonderful taste! i am currently crushing on a glitter set from martha stewart crafts at michaels. if there is a 50% off coupon in the paper tomorrow, it will be mine. (can't justify $30 on glitter)

    love the new pic!

    xo

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  15. Hi Jen !! thanks so very much for your sweet comment on my blog and stopping in !! I love your blog !!
    keep in touch ,
    xo,
    beth

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  16. Nice list! Need to look that book up...I need a new, good, sink in and read for a day or two book. Yep.

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  17. ohhh I want to read that book! Fun! And yes, that light fixture is magical - so lovely!

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  18. I love that light fixture! SOOO Gorgeous!

    I will have to see about finding that book -- I love books set in France.

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  19. Oh, I love those vintage photos. They are definitely worth a thousand words!

    Hope you win!

    A

    P.S. The hat you posted about a few days ago is so you! You haven't aged a day, my friend! You just keep getting more beautiful. Love the eyebrow trick!

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  20. My Grandmother had a lamp like that above the kitchen table in their farm house!

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  21. Thank you for posting about the book! I will have to read it. I love your blog!

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  22. mmm... wonderful wonderful pictures... your blog is such a joy to read!!! :)

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  23. btw, moved my fashion blog over:)

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  24. I am currently reading The Matchmaker. I looooove it. Laugh out loud funny and gorgeous use of imagery. :)

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