Here are some things I LOVED this week!
Nothing feels better than salty hair! Sometimes after a long day at the beach I delay my shower as long as possible because I love that crunchy salty feeling :)
I've seen some totally cool tree houses in Hawaii - Waipio Valley has a tree house bed and breakfast. These tree houses put the houses I've seen to shame!! Some of them are inspiring!
I can't believe I'm about to admit this....but, my Dad is a minister. The worst part is that I know diddly squat about the bible. Seriously, I score terribly in the bible literacy department! I ran across this group of nerdy jewish boys - they sing acapella songs about bible stories. I felt like I came away a little bit bible smarter! I don't really think I'd rock out to them on a routine basis....none the less rock on maccabeats!
I ran across a website called 'thoughtcatalog'. I really liked it - it was offbeat and slightly 'off color' (that's my way of warning you that it's not for everyone....but I have a warped sense of humor). When I logged on this morning it listed five things to do on a sunday - hallelujah!
Everyone has had that moment when they think 'I told you so, I told you so, and now you have to pay'! These 'Dear Blank' letters totally cracked me up.
Of course I love this! Sailing your boat metaphor?! Sign me up!
Indiefixx posted a link about special collections. I LOVED all the beach glass! (Random tidbit: I have jars and jars of beach glass - and while I hate it when people leave their beer bottles at the beach I always secretly hope that they become beach glass.....and I wish more beer companies bottled beer in cobalt and purple bottles :) how about pink?! I really need some pink beach glass!) After oohing and aahing over the beach glass I followed the link to Jennifer Steen Booher's Etsy shop Quercusdesign. I loved her beach combing photographs. I especially love that she is from Bar Harbor, Maine. I took a peek at her blog - which was like a little fix of Maine - no wonder I love her!
The little old ladies at my church can make butter out of any fruit imaginable. I think the yummiest fruit butters for sure come from Hawai'i. My best friend just gave away Lilikoi Butter as her wedding favor...yum-o! That being said, I ran across a collection of butters & curds. If I was home I'd be making fruit butter. (How disgusting is the word curd?! It sounds repulsive....if you asked me if I wanted to eat a curd I'd have to say no thank you.)
Sadly, I didn't take too many photos this week. I'm about to check out a bike and go on a photo safari :)