Tuesday, August 9, 2011

"Views from the Sink" participating bloggers

Last Wednesday Views from the Kitchen Sink was an idea...and I hoped that a few other bloggers might share their images.

I am happy to share the links of those who have participated...

Thank you!

Faux Fuchsia
cupcake caramel
une femme d'un certain age
Judy Heinrich
the gardener's cottage
a farmer's wife
Mummaducka's kaos
breaking ground
My Yellow House
stepping my way to bliss

if you have posted a view from your sink on your blog
please comment and I'll add your link here!

Remember to Moisturize
I love this oil
I love the scent
it's rose
so that's probably no surprise!

Olive oil is the only oil I use in cooking and salad dressing.

Mother used to give her hair an Olive Oil treatment
she would apply it to her hair
 wrap it in a towel for several hours and then several shampoos later
resulting in glossy healthy looking hair.

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I am in debt to you...
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  1. Oh rose body oil, how wonderfully indulgent, I love little treats like that.

  2. What a good idea... think I will put a pic up too of the view (very rainy and misty today) from the kitchen sink! Your sink is very smart and I love the taps. X

  3. Hi I feel like I am back from a long lost world ;) How are you? Love this idea...I am sure I have a post or two from my kitchen sink. I will send it along. I love the image of your sink. I am a bit fan of the Lavender body oil by Dr Haushcka...lasts forever!

    Hope you are having a great summer!

    Jeanne xxx

  4. Dear L
    I love your blog and thank you for the shout out. It's a very soothing and comforting read. Best wishes, K xxxxxxxxx

  5. I'm going to post the view from my sink, but the weather hasn't been cooperating...it's been pouring for days!
    I'm doing a giveaway this week, be sure to enter---

  6. hi leslie, that lotion sounds wonderful. i'm still using the olive oil and loving it. i will try and take some pics of my kitchen sink view. it' isn't much of a view but i'll give it a go.


  7. Thanks for linking me up, L., and thanks for the original idea -- fun to check out the various sinks and views.

  8. I'll look forward to checking those links when I get home this evening. Great idea!
    re Olive Oil - it's all I use in cooking, also Olive Oil soap and moisturizer are tops.

  9. Oh you're good! It is Rosenthal. The flowers are fake , nothing grows or lasts long in that pitch dark heck hole.

  10. Thanks for the shout-out!

    I'm starting to use coconut oil for cooking; I hear popcorn made with coconut oil is supposed to be delicious! Tomorrow I'm posting about my favorite saturated fat for cooking: bacon.

  11. In the midst of a feeling lonely post I popped in a view of my kitchen sink.

    Though it doesn't seem to relate to the topic, it is a spot I'm often found in and strangely happy to be there.

    And why not? Washing delicate dishes by hand, cleaning vegetables from the garden or draining a steaming pound of pasta. all are nice moments is life, yes?


  12. Jeanne- I have missed you while you were away. Nice to see that you are back and hope the holiday was fun...the pictures certainly look lovely.

  13. I see more bloggers are posting views from the sink and i will add them as they come to my attention.
    Thank you for participating!

  14. I posted my kitchen view too. Both of the rural view out the window and of the actual sink!

  15. Hello, I enjoy your blog. Your home is so pleasant and tranquil looking. I posted my kitchen window today, complete with its wine bottles on the window sill and other knick knacks. I hope you're having a lovely day.

  16. Hi Hostess! Just letting you know I did my kitchen sink view today! This was a fun idea and it has been enjoyable to tour everyone's kitchens. xxBliss PS I am envious of your kitchen sink...would love one like that (sigh).

  17. I love this idea ... probably because I love standing and looking out my kitchen window at the fields and garden and squirrels. I am now off to visit some of the links you have here to see what other people have beyond their kitchen sink.

    I'm your newest follower.

  18. Welcome Connie I hope you enjoy following along on this humble journey with me.

  19. Oh - I posted one of my view from the kitchen, including what I see from the sink, the other day. How timely!