Things That Make Me Say Yeay!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

I finally got to sit down and read my anthropologie catalog that has been collecting dust. It is filled with amazing dresses, gorgeous jewelry and dreamy home decor. YEAY!


Picking our first homegrown apples of the season!

I love this quote that was attached to my Yogi green tea bag. So simple and SO true. All their tea bags have these great little quotes that make opening up and drinking a fresh cup of tea that much better.

GLEE Gum! It is all natural and it's made with rainforest chicle! Do you know what rainforest chicle is? Neither do I but it sounds cool.

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43 comments:

Anne said...

Hi Lindsay, how are you? Ah yes. I know that feeling, seeing a beautiful magazine, collecting dust, waiting to be read. Hope you enjoyed it.

Apples from your own trees? How beautiful! They look delicious. What cute tea bags and I don't know what chicle is either but I love the packaging of that gum too. Very vintage looking.

Have a great day! (I'm off to bed. I'm tired. My son has his interview with the School Principal tomorrow as he starts his first year of school come January. I'm hoping he'll behave himself! LOL)

Anne xx

Jenna Lee said...

I love apples! I live on on orchard= lots of apples! Such great picks!

Ana Degenaar said...

Oh how I miss receiving catalogs, one day you are wanting to call customer service of all places you've ever purchased from and ask (in a yelling manner) to stop sending you those darn catalogs. The next you are in Brazil asking if they even have catalogs.

sherri lynn said...

For some reason I am not getting Anthropologie catalogs?!? Have quickly rectified this thanks to you post! :) I was just thinking the other day how fun it would be to have an apple tree! I would love to be able to pick them myself!

Mongs said...

that's a cool gum and cute tea bag, calms your heart. You've got apples in your garden? How lovely!

love~mongs
mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

The Michelle Show said...

I so wish we had an Anthro here in Canada. Actually no, I dont. I would be flat broke if we did lol.

A Pretty Life in the Suburbs said...

So fun! Love this series! (and your sparkly nail polish!)
Jo-Anna

Elizabeth and Kyle @ Love Is the Adventure said...

Those apples are beautiful!!

AND I was curious so I looked up rainforest chicle. Prepare to have your mind BLOWN...

Chicle (pronounced CHEE-cleh) is the sap from the sapodilla (sap-oh-DEE-ya) tree in Central America. In the old days, all chewing gum was made with chicle but now sapodilla trees are much rarer in the rainforest.

So thanks for putting that in! I totally learned something new today! Where do you get Glee Gum?

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Jamie @ charmingly ordinary said...

Your apple photos are beautiful! How fun that you can just pick some apples. This is motivating me to finally plant a citrus tree or two (I'm told that grapefruits grow well in northern Florida).

Tonia @ TheGunnySack.com said...

Sorry, didn't finish comment! You already have apple you can pick? Ours aren't ready until fall. At least that when the apple orchards open. But I know what you mean I LOVE fresh apples. My favorite variety is Fireside. They are sweet and crispy. I can only get them in the fall.

Kelly @ Run With Glitter said...

Just Beautiful! your live on the Glitter Blog!!!! http://runwithglitter.blogspot.com/

Andrea @ Strawberry Chic said...

Anthropologie always makes me say yeah!...but I have yet to make any purchases there (maybe because I live at least 6hrs from one)! So sad :( but maybe someday...

Andrea@FancyThat! said...

Remember chiclets gum when you were a kid? I'm guessing that's the cheap/artificial comparison.

Rebecca - A Daily Something said...

What a sweet little peek into what makes you happy!!! LOVE that Anthro mag, too!! :)

Brunette & Blessed said...

I love this tea bag! Cute

Eleanor at Mirror Of My World said...

i love the message on the tea bag. so cute!! and i love anthropologie. they have such beautiful catalogues....xxx
mirrorofmyworld.blogspot.com

dana @ wonder forest said...

i have always wanted an apple tree! so fun picking off fruit you grew yourself!!
xo dana
thewonderforest.com

Danielle said...

i love getting anthropologie magazines! mhmm tea adn apples...sounds delicious!

Peace Love & Poop said...

Oh those apples look really good! :)

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Leslie *Fresh Out of Lemons* said...

Confession: I'm not a huge Anthropologie fan...Yes their stuff is super cute, but the prices make me cringe! However, despite all that, I think I will get on the catalogue mailing list. I'll do what I do with J.Crew-- be inspired and copy at more reasonable prices!

Mindy said...

Again with the Alicia Keys song stuck in my head all day.

I've seen that gum, but have never had it. I shall purchase a pack next time.

Is it wrong that I've never seen that catalog?

Jennifer said...

Gosh, if only I could afford that whole Anthropolgie store! Which reminds me I have not receiving their catalogs lately,definately need to fix that. Love the quote on the tea bag.

LB said...

I have a love/hate relationship with my anthropologie catalogs, I simultaneously want almost everything in them (which I probably could not afford) and I want to shoot for their catalog (which is extremely unlikely). :) I love your fresh apples and what an awesome tea bag (never thought I'd say that) :)

Maegan said...

Your apple tree is amazing! We planted ours last year and got 3 apples this summer, they were great!, I can't wait for more. I don't get the Anthro catalog, just cannot torture myself with the goodness, I love everything there!

Meg {henninglove} said...

hello ms lindsay! just popping by to say hello and hope you are having a great wednesday so far! meg

Kerry said...

I love this post. There's nothing like a home grown apple. My best friend's aunt and uncle have us up to their cottage in the country every summer to make apple cider ... the old fashioned way! Love it xo

Ashlyn said...

i hear you on the collecting dust thing -- i believe all of my magazines have dust on them atm because i never have time to read them. ha but hopefully i will be catching up on them here soon! :]

Finley said...

Love that quote! And I too have a stack of Elle, Vogue, InStyle and Lucky collecting dust on my nightstand. I also have a few Parenting magazines laying around but I can't seem to find them!
{mommy chic} design. style. kids. life.

Pink Ronnie said...

Wow, home grown apples. That's awesome. Looks seriously fresh and crunch too!
Ronnie xo

Bad Joan said...

Those apples look delicious! Yum!

http://www.badjoan.blogspot.com

Natalie said...

we have a baby apple tree that is growing but needs to be grafted to another one to produce good fruit. man am i jealous of your huge beautiful apples!

www.natyouraveragegirl.com

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Elizabeth- you are so awesome for googling that!! I get it at my local health food store..I also attached the link under the pic.

Eleanor at Mirror Of My World said...

have given you a blog award lindsay see my page xo

Jessi said...

Oh how I wish we could grow our own fruit and veggies! We just don't have the yard for it.. but sometime soon I'm hoping. I'd also love to have some laying hens and a milk cow :)

And a new Anthro catalogue always makes me smile (and wish I was ridiculously rich).

Brissa said...

those apples look delicious! green/red apples are my favorite.

blacksandbrights said...

ive never seen those tea bags before but what would be better than happy little thoughts in your tea - and those photos of the apples are absolutely beautiful xx

ps beer marshmellows were incredible - smores and beer what more could a girl ask for haha

www.StarHughes.com said...

Aren't Anthropologie catalogs the best??? I rip out pictures all the time just for inspiration. And the background colors of the pictures are great for decoupaging. It's my favorite catalog clearly :p. And how cute that you grow your own apples! Great pictures Lindsay!!!

Fabiana said...

Thanks for checking out my blog Ciao Newport Beach. I am now following you, hope you'd like to do the same! I was just at the Anthropologie store today in Fashion Island. have you been there? I think you love it!

ciao!

Kristen said...

Yay is right ;) love all of these things!! and today, being Friday is an extra yay!! Thanks for stopping by Candidly, Red. Nice to know about your cute blog!!

Lexi said...

You have your own apple tree ... I'm jealous!!

xox Lexi
Glitter & Pearls

Mary Lane said...

Those apples look delicious! Yum.

http://www.stylish3.com/marylane

Ashley said...

my heart leaps whenever i get my anthropolgie catalog!

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