This week I’m not happy it’s Friday.
College boy is home for spring break, and it’s been nice having him around. He’s heading back to school though at the end of the weekend, and I wish he was home for longer. I think it’s also in part due to the realization that next year he may not come home for spring break…it seems like a lot of times after that first year, kids tend to go off and do things with their friends instead of coming home. It’s funny, I thought I would be okay with him going away to school since he wasn’t home much during high school. (He went to a private school. Even though he didn’t board there, he was often gone from 7 am to 9 or 10 at night, and they had school on Saturdays too). But I really do miss him being home. I guess I should enjoy it while it lasts!
But now, on to my features! These recipes caught my eye this week. I hope you will check them out…they all look so wonderfully delicious!
From top to bottom, left to right:
Easy Scalloped Potatoes with Boursin Cheese from Lemons for Lulu
Orange and Raspberry Cupcakes with Prosecco Buttercream Frosting from Giraffes Can Bake
Fiesta Cheddar Corn Casserole from The Kitchen is My Playground
Pad Thai Broccoli Burgers from Strength and Sunshine
If you would like to pin any of these great recipes, please visit the post itself and pin it from there!
Ready for the party?
We’re not really a rules-type party. But here’s what we do ask.
1. Link up your favorite recipes and projects from your own blog. Roundups are fine as long as they include links to the recipes or DIY projects. Please DO NOT link a post without a recipe, project, craft, or tutorial.
2. We’d be truly grateful if you shared our party to other food and DIY blog friends so others can join in the fun! Tweet us. Share us on Facebook (the party will go up on my Facebook page on Thursday evening, if you’d like to share from there). However you can help us spread the word, we appreciate!
3. It’s not a requirement of course, but if you can, try to visit another link or two and leave a thoughtful comment. Give someone a shout out on social media. Use the hashtag #FoodieFriDIY…we’re trying to grow a community for all of us, and it’s always nice to make new friends.
4. We’d love it if you’d follow us on Pinterest.
PLEASE NOTE THIS CHANGE! Feel free to share a post you linked up on my Facebook page. Don’t just add the number; go ahead and add the actual post so other people seeing it have an easy way to get to it. I will do my best to comment and show some social media love to as many posts as possible. I have a lot of travel coming up so I may not get to everyone, but you can always share your recipes and DIY projects on my page! 🙂
Let’s get this party started!