Sunday Links – September Things

a few things in September I am in love with…
-beautiful wood floors
-gathering acorns for the next crafternoon
-giant sized doll houses (at an abandoned mini golf)
-starting a new book: UnWhollythe second book in the Unwindtriology
-Halloween themed items coming out like Candy Corn Oreos , Pumpkin Spice Lattes,
and Cadbury Screme Eggs
-digging out my records to work on a Halloween mixed cd (for all of you!)
-working on my Halloween cross stitch, almost done–just need to finish the bottom row of candy corn

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10 Responses to Sunday Links – September Things

  1. Cadry says:

    That house is so cute! It reminds me of the house in “Up.” Adorable!

  2. Missy says:

    A few things in September I am in love with…

    Heidi Kenney
    Heidi Kenney
    Heidi Kenney

    oh, and most importantly – HEIDI KENNEY! ;)

  3. Heidi Kenney says:

    Oh Missy, you are always the sweetest girl I know!

  4. Heidi Kenney says:

    Cadry, I think so too! The other houses and buildings on the golf course are cute too, but none of them can beat this one

  5. JLVerde says:

    Those cadburry scream eggs are just plain WRONG. Cadburry creme eggs are only for easter. ONLY! (and the green in the halloween ones is scary–it reminds me of sinus infections).

  6. Heidi Kenney says:

    JLVerde haha, I can understand that, but I do love halloween themed food, so I was happy for them ;)

  7. Kristine says:

    I love your Halloween mixed CD! So generous of you to offer your mixes to us!

  8. Heidi Kenney says:

    Kristine, im just glad there are other people who would want it!

  9. Rachel says:

    I would love o know more about that book series. It looks so intriguing.

  10. Heidi Kenney says:

    Rachel, did you read the blurbs on amazon? I really like the book and even though at one point it goes into detail about the “unwinding” process, it is never gross or terrible, but does leave you feeling disturbed. If that makes any sense. Anyhow I could totally see this series becoming movies eventually