Wednesday, June 27, 2007


Here are where all my blog clicks led me to this morning. First I started out at:

Like Merchant ships: reading her post about a tutorial she will be writing for homemade crackers. We eat a lot of crackers!! They just make an easy snack for the kiddos & I love dipping 'em in stuff too ;>) {By the way, I am also excited about her post on making homemade dishwasher detergent. This kind of frugal solution is right up my alley!}

After reading a post she had written a few days ago, I linked over to Charming the Birds from the Trees' post about the feminine attitude. I so enjoyed this post! What a great reminder about the kind of attitude we should have as women. I just feel so encouraged & motivated by this to be a better woman, especially because of the clear explanations of what this looks like.

Then I stopped over at My So Called Perfect Life, a blog I have been lurking at recently. I downloaded her instructions on making a Tote bag, since I have been sewing like a mad women recently. I love the idea of having bags already packed for the kids for church, library, beach, etc. Sounds like a great time saver!

From there I cruised over to Rocks in My Dryer . Her blog design is so happy & friendly looking. I love reading WFMW & learning new tricks to making my household run more smoothly. Out of the other bloggers she listed participating in the WFMW, I visited....

The Building Brows and her post about the Diva Cup. I don't know if you've ever heard of this product before, but I considered it once in the past. All of the commenters give me confidence to try this out {when I need it eventually of course}. I just seems so much less of a pain than mainstream products. You would never have to worry about running out of supplies & would definitely be a cost-saver in the long run. It seems amazing that it would eliminate cramps as well. Bonus!

In all fairness, those weren't the FIRST blogs I visited. I always stop by the blogs of my real-life friends first, this morning enjoying Alicia's reflection about how her despair has turned into thankfulness. Let me know if you've found any of my visits interesting as well. Stay cool today!


Anonymous said...

Hey thanks for some interesting reading!! I am so thrilled about the homemade dishwasher detergent, I am constantly forgetting to buy some and didn't really like the one i knew of!!
I am very interested in the Diva cup also, getting frustrated recently about several things invovling that area and this may just be my solution, YEA!! I'll let you know how it works!
Thanks for being a good friend, I so appreciate you. ;0)

Meredith said...

Appreciate the mention!
As soon as I get the baby down, I'll get started on those crackers. We're completely out of snacky foods, and the natives are getting restless.