Thea Bjergfelt

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Pocketful of Sunshine, Picture Perfect Birthday, Broadway Birthday, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

Pocketful of Sunshine, Picture Perfect Birthday, Broadway Birthday, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

An Amazing Kitchen Helper!

The best DIY projects & DIY ideas and tutorials: sewing, paper craft, DIY. Ideas About DIY Life Hacks & Crafts 2017 / 2018 this is how i will discover what i can make for dinner next year - emphasis on the discover part skeptical.

#relatable #teenagerposts

#relatable #teenagerposts

Just Spotted - Heinz

Just Spotted - Heinz

These Nutella French Toast Roll-Ups are quick and easy to make and a fun, finger-friendly treat for breakfast or brunch (silverware optional). And did I mentioned Nutella is involved in this recipe? #frenchtoast #nutella #cinnamon #cinnamonsugar #fingerfood #easyfrenchtoast #brunch #brunchrecipe #breakfast #rollup

These Nutella French Toast Roll-Ups are quick and easy to make and a fun, finger-friendly treat for breakfast or brunch (silverware optional). And did I mentioned Nutella is involved in this recipe? #frenchtoast #nutella #cinnamon #cinnamonsugar #fingerfood #easyfrenchtoast #brunch #brunchrecipe #breakfast #rollup

Soft, chewy Apple Blondies filled with spices and plenty of apple! Once baked, the apples get soft and tender and explode in your mouth. And with that typical flaky, crunchy topping you get on blondies, there's no better Autumnal blondie you could make!

Soft, chewy Apple Blondies filled with spices and plenty of apple! Once baked, the apples get soft and tender and explode in your mouth. And with that typical flaky, crunchy topping you get on blondies, there& no better Autumnal blondie you could make!

when you see it...

The Buried Life = 4 guys on a mission to complete a list of things to do before you die and to help others go after their lists. We post things that inspire us. Coffee for your eyes. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE?

responsible

I'm only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand. Although as an author I am responsible for making readers understand--a reader who doesn't understand is an unhappy reader. (And there is some value to leaving some questions unanswered.