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My Most Favorite Browsing History

I love sharing fun, beautiful, or inspiring blog posts via my Google Reader shared items page. I have no idea if anyone buy myself goes back and looks at those, but if you wish, here's the RSS feed.

Sometimes I like looking through what I've shared and remember the moment, sort of like looking at a picture album of my most favorite browsing history. (For those of you young-uns out there, a picture album was what we used to put photographs in before there were digital cameras. We actually used to have to go down to the drug store and have them develop the film from our camera before we could see what photos we'd shot. Crazy, I know...)

Here are a few lovelies from this week's viewing. Keep in mind that I'm about a month behind on my reading, so I think most, if not all, of these were written in May.

My Girl Thursday: DIY: Scrap Busting Pot Holders

Freckled Italian: Recipe: Tomato Basil Sandwiches

A Beautiful Mess: Sister Style

The Dainty Squid: Vegan Banana Bread Recipe

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