Links to Love: It’s Almost Spring Edition

How ready are you for Spring? It seems like the longest, hardest winter in a while, doesn’t it? Here in Kansas City, we seemed to have turned the corner with (slightly) warmer temps and rain instead of snow. Fingers crossed that things continue to improve!

To hurry things along, I added these white hydrangea pillows from Everyday Occasions to the bench in the entryway. I’m watching for real flowers to show up in the yard soon!

In the meantime here are some links I’ve loved from around the web.

Elizabeth at Blue and White Home did a post on English Country Mudrooms and I couldn’t click through fast enough. This photo was my favorite. I think. It was hard to choose.

I’ve started following a new page on Facebook called History Daily and it’s fascinating. The post that originally caught my eye was this one about librarians in the 1930s that used to deliver books by horseback.

My friend Amy made Yellow Bliss Road’s Sausage and Tortellini Soup for our January book club and it was delicious. I’m not a huge soup person but my husband is so I was eager to make it for him too. It’s easy and hearty. A definite keeper.

Cup of Jo did a post on this delightfully full Minnesota home and the people (and dog!) who live there. Even in this day and age of Marie Kondo and less is more, there’s something cozy about an old house full of books, art, and collections.

I hope you’re having a good March!

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  1. Great post! Gosh, those pillows are the perfect breath of spring. So glad to find someone else who follows Elizabeth at Blue and White Home. She’s pointed me to so many great rooms and designers. And, I’m making that soup this weekend!

    1. I completely agree, Janet, that I love the content Elizabeth shares. Hope you have a great weekend. Enjoy the soup!

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