Tuesday, August 22, 2017

From the August archives, part 2

Graphic by Abby at Little Birdie Blessings
Here we go with another post containing links from the Kitchen Table archives.  Enjoy!

Shades of green, from 2012, might be a good one to start with.  Green is so refreshing, don't you think?

From 2009, A tale of four curtains is a cautionary tale about not taking on a project one is not qualified to carry out.  The voice of experience speaking here.

How about a couple of recipes?
Crab Melt Loaf and a picnic by the pond, from 2011, may give you a new idea for picnic food.

Great Garden Veggies is also a recipe I shared in 2011, wonderful for using up garden tomatoes, zucchini, and summer squash.

For something sweet, this Blueberry Almond Buckle, from 2010, will help make use of any fresh (or frozen) blueberries you'd like to use up.

Now for some simple crafting!
I'm probably a little late sharing these Citrus Coasters, although it was an August post.  But they are easy and fun to make!

Or maybe you'd like to try your hand at making felt food, as in this 2013 post:  Hamburgers, Anyone?.  It has links to instructions for several other foods, like sandwiches and ripple chips.

Lastly, Appreciating the little things (2013) is something I aim at doing every day.

Hope you've enjoyed this prowl through the August archives.  I have a third archive post planned for later.


  1. I loved the Shades of Green one. I like that breathing in those moments of peace to sustain you later. I also loved the lessons learned on sewing. Sewing is not for the faint of heart anyway. It can lead me to moments of great pride OR most likely to the depths of despair:)

  2. What a lovely comment, Sandy! And I am just now replying to it as I look through some older posts.

    Yes, breathing in moments of peace to sustain you later. I am so thankful for all of these lessons God is helping me to learn over the course of my Christian life. And I'm twice blessed when I get to share them with others.

    You are so right about sewing not being for the faint of heart!


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