this picture and how graceful he/she looks in the water. They're pretty amazing animals. (Psss... Want to help them out? You can adopt your very own polar bear through the WWF right here.)
like this for a month or two? I'm in (as soon as that winning lottery tickets comes through).
a recipe for healthy popsicles made with avocados, lemon, and honey. And then I stumbled upon this recipe for watermelon mojito popsicles, and had to share it too. Sounds like the perfect summertime party treat, don't you think?
modern wall shelves would definitely do the trick. I love that they're made of steel and have such a clean, industrial aesthetic. They'd look super cute in a kid's room too.
this necklace is my kind of statement piece. I love the combination of different beads and muted colors. And I'm all about the adjustable length. I think it would look gorgeous paired with a crisp white shirt dress and metallic sandals.
phrenology head bank. Really though, is it weird that I actually do want this? I think it's rad.
this recipe for spicy peanut sauce with brown rice, noodles, and veggies, I immediately printed it out. I'm not very good in the kitchen, but it looks simple enough. It's on my weekend menu and I can hardly wait.
Friday is for Favorites! For new readers, 'Friday is for Favorites' is my (once upon a time weekly; then monthly; now more accurately occasionally) series where I become a rebel, and break all of my own rules of design cohesiveness to which I normally adhere on the Bubby and Bean blog. No themes, curated collections, or matching aesthetics here. Just a gathering of a few random things that I happen to be loving most this particular week, now shared with you.
I should mention that my last Friday is for Favorites post dates back to March. Therefore, whether or not this can even still be considered a 'series' is a matter of opinion. But it feels good to be back, kids.
What are your plans this weekend? Mine consist of a couple of graduation parties, a dinner date with friends tomorrow night, garden work and errands. I wish I could say they consisted of packing myself into my husband's suitcase so I could accompany him to the band's shows in Colorado this weekend, but alas. Their yearly Red Rocks shows have become a tradition of mine because I used to live in Colorado and have so many wonderful friends who still live there, but this time it's just not in the cards. A weekend is a weekend though, and I'll take a boring weekend close to home over a stressful work week any time.
I hope the rest of your Friday is wonderful, and your weekend too. Yay summer!