Probably something you would like… Wednesday Edition

My bookmark folders are brimming over with awesome, so I’ve decided not to stand on formality and bring you this edition of PSYWL two entire days early! So clear your afternoon schedule, cause you have a lot of links to click.

My two latest blog crushes are Jordan Ferney’s Oh Happy Day! and Laura Normandin of Wren Handmade.

Paper Valise is my new favorite online shop for things I don’t need but crave. Or maybe Darlybird is.

Speaking of things I don’t need…these handmade bicycles are so lovely they make me ache.

Giant dog adopts tiny abandoned piglet.

The beginning of this made me laugh.

Enlightened Chinese farmer branches out by growing pears shaped like baby Buddha.


The story behind the ubiquitous Keep Calm and Carry On poster, which I love.

Since you asked, this is the throw I almost bought last weekend. Lovely, isn’t it?

I’ll admit it: I don’t really understand the Milkweed Project. But it stills seems pretty cool.

I know it’s not tulip season, but still…

I found this Japanese masking tape on Jordan Fereny’s blog and now I need to have lots of it.

If you live near New York mark your calendars for the NYC Yarn Crawl. [via Karen Watson]

An elegant wine storage solution. [This one is for you Charlie Cadigan!]

I would love to spend a weekend in one of these.

Am I the last to know about Small Magazine? I am so throughly enchanted.

I think I’m going to make this raspberry buttermilk cake this weekend.

Angry Chicken has a recipe for Pumpkin Ginger waffles. She also raves about these Apricot Crumbles.

Trying to sort out my feelings about Sweet Corn Ice Cream. Trying not to let my loathing for Rick Bayless cloud my judgement.

Buttermilk Cupcakes in a jar at Martha Stewart, via Not Martha.

Star Wars: Uncut is looking for 473 people to recreate a 15 second clip of the original Star Wars. I can not wait to see the finished film.

Object in My House is so, so cool.

Mysterious Letter is too.

Ballet flats for emergencies.

Love these Spend, Save, Give tags for kids allowances.

Looking very hard at Shepherding Huts.

Dwarf mini horse.

Papercut art made from old books. Stunning.

Kind of wish I lived near this bookstore.

And, because it never gets un-awesome…

Your turn.


  1. Check this out: “Award for turning wool into gold”

  2. Just curious about Rick Bayless? I think his cookbooks/recipes are nicely written. ?

  3. Susan

    September 10, 2009 at 10:45 am

    Andrea B., I agree that his recipes are great- it’s him personally that bugs me! I find him sort of…smarmy. And his stupid goatee bugs the hell out of me. Totally irrational, but there it is.

  4. Thanks for spreading the word about the yarn crawl – retailers can use all the help they can get these days. not that your yarn isn’t THE best :)

  5. Dwarf mini horse made my day

  6. I know what you mean–he was a lot cooler years ago, back when he wrote his original books. (Those recipes are goooooood.) This whole tight t-shirt shell necklace goatee thing he’s doing now is icky. I don’t watch his show anymore…

  7. This is so cool, but would I wear it?

  8. Awww, the piglet story is priceless. :)

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