10 Things I Love Sunday

It’s super hot here in Tennessee, so I’m thinking about whiskey gingers by the pool.

1. It’s fully summer, but Anthroplogie snuck in some autumn items and I’m not (not) into it. Love this acorn mug, pumpkin mug, and acorn serving spoons. I can (and do!) shop autumn and holiday stuff year round. Sparks mega joy.

2. I’ve been ordering digital art from Etsy and printing at home to complete our secret library.

3. I had to replace one of the beds at the pink house (long story) and I ended up choosing this bed. So excited!

4. These are my perfect (and most worn) shirts. I have several of them from through the years and they are always a classic.

5. I found these perfect baseball hats for kids on Etsy. You customize the color and initial. My girls love them. They are not big fans of hats, so it’s nice to finally find some they agree to wear!

6. My kids love this book: Vampire Vacation.

7. For my fellow Dolly Parton fans.

8. Emma’s post inspired me to give The Curated Closet another go. I did it a few years back, but style and lifestyle are ever-changing.

9. Totally obsessed with these sneakers and I also like these. Which ones do you prefer?

10. Looking at my recent Amazon purchases and here are a few highlights: these scalloped plates, I LOVED this book, and I’m reading The Worst Witch to Nova (one chapter per night) and it’s adorable.

xx- Elsie

P.S. Here’s a link to last week’s 10 Things Sunday in case you missed it!

  • Those scalloped plates are so cute. I love reading Robin Sloan. I signed up for his newsletter, and it’s really fun. Also tried their olive oil–expensive, but yum

  • It’s sweltering where we are so yes please to a whiskey ginger! Anything to make sweating look cool. Ha! I do see a few fall items from sellers and it’s crazy to think that it’s only three more months before it is autumn. I am not mad about it either.

    Maureen | www.littlemisscasual.com

  • Little Free Libraries are the best part of modern life. We have a local nonprofit, Book Harvest, that refills them regularly. They also put books in laundromats and barber shops- anywhere kids might be sitting around bored. You probably have something similar in Nashville!

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