Friday Randoms



Turkey time is almost upon us!  That means time to make the family Christmas card, time to buy gifts, time to decorate.....I am tired already.  Sharing a photo today of an historic house on our small town main street for this last month of fall.  


If you are feeling crafty this holiday season, then these mason jar crafts are for you.  Just so you know, a bag of fake snow can make a big mess. 


I am making this Bourbon Pumpkin Cheesecake for our school Thanksgiving meal next week.  I can almost taste it and haven't even made it.


Etsy has their top gift trends of 2016 and they are all worth your time.  


Leaving you with an informal, yet fantastic, cover of the classic song, "Feeling Good". 
 Enjoy

  
Linking up with Tanya.  











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  1. Hello, love the big colorful tree. The cheesecake looks yummy. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Wow, now that's a tree for fall. Love the links.

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  3. Pretty tree. Thank you for reminding me of the Christmas Cards. It made me realize this is my first holiday season since retiring. I will have time to be creative--yay.

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  4. Bourbon pumpkin cheesecake does sound like something to dream about Michelle.. and I am just off to bed ๐Ÿ˜€

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  5. Bourbon cheesecake for school? I hope only the teachers get to dig in! ;)

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    1. No worries! lol It is only for faculty, but with only two teaspoons, I doubt it will do much damage!

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  6. That cheese cake sounds delish! And how appropriate to use bourbon in KY! haha. Yum.
    I can't believe it's the holidays. Every year I want to do less and less....less running around, less decorating...and concentrate on family and enjoying.

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  7. what a gorgeous home...
    I made a Baileys Pumpkin Pie last Thanksgiving. I love anything with Baileys in it. :)
    and I am going to order some of the Bath Bombs for stocking stuffers for all our girls. Thanks for the tip. xoxo

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  8. That is a gorgeous house and massive red tree.. very beautiful. I've got the impetus growing in me to do a Christmas card but not sure what to do.. maybe go back a year ago and see if I have a special photo?

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  9. Im off to check out the etsy suggestions!

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  10. Hi Michelle, Wow, the Bourbon Pumpkin Cheesecake is my kind of thing! Wow, wish I was there! :-) Thanks for another fine Friday five!

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  11. I enjoyed your randoms...going to check out Etsy trends now...

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  12. Pretty house and tree! I loved the mason jar and etsy links! That girl can sing!

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  13. The cheesecake sounds good! I admire the crafts, because I am not talented in crafts. I always like your Randoms. Enjoy your weekend!

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  14. Good morning Michelle!:) Lovely picture, and Feeling Good music. I also enjoyed looking at the Etsy gifts, as I never quite know what gifts to buy. Have a great day!:)

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  15. Yes, time to get ready for the celebrations :)

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  16. I LOVE this, not only the house but also the tree.
    Great light and a fantastic place!

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  17. I admire the energy you put into the holidays, Michelle. This is the first year we are spending them away from home and instead of bringing all the old traditions with me, I plan to see what new ones I will be inspired to celebrate. I'm sure part of me will miss the old, but I'm looking forward to embracing the new.

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    1. Amanda, my daughter thinks I am a total Grinch. We are always away for the holidays to spend it with family, thus I am not much for decorating the house! lol

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  18. I think I need a few extra weeks . .
    It hasn't 'even begun and I am already behind!

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  19. I wish you didn't mention the annual Christmas letter. Do it every year, but dread its approach every year, too.

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