Cataloguing a winter snow and ice storm. Actually, several. (From Funky Junk Interiors)
This cat LOVES having his (18th floor) windows cleaned!
(Here's a longer look, if you enjoyed that.)
How to make an impact at your next job interview.
"How we styled our house (inside) to sell." Warning: This takes a while to load, but it's worth it. (From Emily Henderson-- who does this for a living)
A DIY magnetic spice rack. I might need to do this in our trailer. (From Cultivating Your Nest)
Homemade peach cobbler -- from yours truly's other blog, Holiday Goodies. The recipe works for other kinds of fruit, too.
Nine ways to use a really narrow room. Or hallway. Or nook. (From Apartment Therapy)
Seventeen ways to use those glowing glass 'gems.' (From HomeTalk)
A Royal Caribbean cruise ship -- and some REALLY high waves.
Ten amazing recordings. Including a talk by Florence Nightingale, and the first recorded message on a phonograph. (From Listverse) Also from them:
Do portals really exist into other times and dimensions? They're trying to connect it to UFOs. I prefer time travel...
Make your own French onion soup mix. (From One Hundred Dollars A Month)
The woman who saved hers and her husband's lives by cutting off a cop -- and mouthing the words "Help me."
More on President Trump's wiretapping allegations. And it isn't pretty.
Manatees play under a clear-bottomed kayak in Florida.
I'm intrigued by these see-through canoes (or kayaks) -- but they aren't cheap.
An elderly man is heartbroken when he gets a nasty note about Christmas decorations still up. So his neighbors decide to do something about it...
A hundred ways to save on electricity.
Dump-and-go dinners...the cheese ravioli one is especially good. (Thanks again, Betty Crocker)
Martha Ballard's diary. This colonial-era midwife kept a diary of her activities for nearly three decades. Excerpts have been published, and a video documentary based on her life. These are nice, of course. You can read the full diary yourself, though -- it's online and free.
Have a great week.