Saturday, October 3, 2020

Weekend Reading October 3

 

Hello everyone! Can you believe another week is already past and October is upon us? This is absolutely my favorite month of the year. There are so many things to enjoy inside and outside. I choose to focus on what I can do and what I can enjoy this month.

I have a nice assortment of reading for you this weekend. I've included a scrumptious Apple Zucchini bread recipe and a hand warmer knitting pattern that is easy enough for beginners. I've included some frugal advice and nostalgic advice as well as an Autumn post from the archive.

How to Serve Meals That are Lovely Yet Frugal by Roxy @ Living from Glory to Glory

Cleaning Like the Past by Donna @ GDonna

Autumn Fires by me

Apple Zucchini Bread by Nancy C ... I tried this a few weeks ago. It was superb!

Warmth, A Basic Need by Beauty that Moves @ Simple, Green, Frugal Co-op  ... This was one of my early knitting projects.

Choose happy and look for the joy sparkles. You'll find them in unexpected places.

I hope you have a marvelous weekend!

Laura

12 comments:

  1. Wishing you a marvelous weekend right back.

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  2. Thank you. I have printed the recipe to try this week. Would try the hand warmers as a very poor knitter but I already have two pairs gifted to me. Good idea to wear them indoors though.

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    1. You can always make Christmas gifts! They are super simple Jean.

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  3. You look so pretty Laura and I love that your hairstyle too, it really suits you !! I'm going to check that zucchini bread recipe out, I love things like that ! Blessings to you ~ Linda

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    1. Thank you Linda!
      You'll love the recipe.
      Blessings,
      Laura

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  4. well it looks like October agrees with you. Great pic. Hope you are feeling well and healthy.
    Barb in PA

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    1. Hello Barb, All is well here. I hope all is well with you as well. That's a whole lot of well, isn't it?Blessings,Laura

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    2. Lovely list, Laura. I enjoyed this upbeat post and I’m checking out this list. I like the pleasant homey style of your blog.

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    3. Thank you so much Lady Lydia. I wanted you to get a bit of an idea who I am so that you'll know when I comment. Your blog and videos have benefited me greatly in getting up every morning and getting dressed first. I also like to listen while working about the house. I appreciate your time and effort for us ladies.
      Best wishes,
      Mrs. Laura Lane

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  5. Hello from the Green Mountain State! Found your blog from your comment on Lady Lydia's Home Living blog. What a ray of sunshine you are! I have now added zucchini to my shopping list so I can bake this apple-zucchini bread. It looks scrumptious. I will be returning to read often.
    God bless,
    Elaina

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    1. Hello Elaina, This apple zucchini bread is one of the best quick breads I've ever baked.I am so very glad that you came by and said hello, too. I hope we will be good blog friends! I've been reading and/or listening to Lady Lydia for years. Her videos have been instrumental in helping me get ready early in the morningand in getting things done! Have a wonderful week!Mrs. Laura Lane

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