One of my guilty pleasures is without a doubt Come Dine With Me. I watched it every evening when I came home from university, and even though I’ve left the country I still manage to catch a few every now and then (thank you, You Tube.) I’ve decided to combine two of my biggest loves, reading and cooking, and create a little Come Dine With Me atmosphere on my blog. With Christmas coming, too, it’s the ideal time to start thinking about what kind of spread you’ll lay out for the big feast.
This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little But A Lot.
We’ve all been a little overtaken with the latest Netflix craze. The inspiration for the title of this blog post. I think I’ve watched it about 2840923714 times since it came out. It was the perfect title for this Six for Sunday post, where I’m sharing the love for some bloggers and their fantastic work. You just know this is going to be a fan girl campaign for one specific blogger, don’t you. . .
This book did not fit any of my challenge criteria.
It’s been three years since the Virgil County High School Massacre. Three years since my best friend, Sarah, was killed in a bathroom stall during the mass shooting. Everyone knows Sarah’s story–that she died proclaiming her faith.
But it’s not true. Continue reading
This post is part of Six for Sunday run by Steph from A Little But a Lot.
I must admit, I can be a terrible blogger. I don’t get to read or interact with blogs quite as often as I would like to, on accounts of life getting in the way. But there are some blogs that I simply have to check in every time there’s a new post. Maybe you already know of them, or maybe they are totally new to you. Be sure to hit the follow button though, you really won’t regret it with these. Of course, the lovely Steph who runs this tag should already be on your follow lists.
It’s World Friendship Day today, so I can’t think of any better time to look back on some of the best friendships I’ve seen in YA fiction.
It’s not exactly a secret that the friendships you make in your teenage years can be among the most influential in your life. You’re growing as a person and finding out who you are, so having a bunch of people around you who are also making the same discovery can be a huge weight off.