Saturday at This Small House #36

Look at my Garden! It’s wild

Happy Saturday Friends!

I hope you’re having a great weekend! I’m in Atlanta, GA visiting with blogging friends. Meeting new friends and learning lots.

I can’t wait to come back and put everything I’ve learned into better content for all of you. I also can’t wait to get back and start preserving food. I just love how my pantry looks when it’s stocked full of tomatoes, pickels and more. This year I’m trying something new – I can hardly wait to share!

Tuesday’s Blog Post

One of our family favorites is Marinaded Flank Steak. We joke that when ever people come over we always have flank steak, twice baked potatoes and caesar salad. It’s actually kind of true. We also eat this even when no one is coming for dinner. I love it because the prep is easy and you do it the day before so the actual day of this meal seems so easy.

marinated flank steak cut up on a cutting board

Thursday’s Blog Post

This is the time of year when kids are heading off to college. What I love about this post is that I use almost all of my storage tips and tricks in my own home. I just don’t loft my bed 🙂

Emma outside of her sorority house on bid day
Both my girls also lived for one year in a sorority house which is very much like living in a dorm room
Fabulous Friday Link Party Graphic

If you’re a blogger or just looking for lots of inspiration, visit the blog on Fridays for our Fabulous Friday Link Party. I along with Diane from South House Design, Renae from Peacock Ridge Farm and Michele from Vintage Home Designs are hosting this fun event. It starts on Fridays at 8:00 am EST and ends on Mondays at 12 noon.

It was all Christmas in July with my friend Diane from South House Designs

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Peace,

I hope you are having the best weekend!

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