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Paleo Steak Salad with Creamy Garlic Vinaigrette

Be careful what you ask for my friends. You told me you wanted lunch ideas and meal preps. I aim to please and I gotcha covered! I surprised my steak loving hubs with this salad today. He was so happy, it was worth the effort to hide it until today. The salad and creamy garlic vinaigrette dressing are #whole30 so why not dig in? If you want the recipe it's in my profile now! Oh and the amazing steak is @5280meat tenderloin. How's that for delicious? #paleo #mealprep #mealprepo...

this got weirder and weirder as it went along and now I want to read the book series again

Back to the bathroom projects again! ;) I had put a hold on finishing up a few more of the smaller projects I wanted done in that room, just because I needed a break from working on it. While it&#8…

Inspiring Quotes For The New Year

30 Best Sherlock Quotes from 'The Six Thatchers' (4x01

Sherlock Quote from 4x01 │ Sherlock Holmes (to Rosamund): As ever, Watson, you see but do not observe. To you, the world remains an impenetrable mystery, whereas, to me, it is an open book. Hard logic versus romantic whimsy – that is your choice. You fail to connect actions to their consequences. Now, for the last time, if you want to keep the rattle, do not throw the rattle.

5 Reasons Why You Need a Facebook Page

“ “I tell my younger friends that no matter how I go, I want it reported that I drowned in moonlight, strangled by my own bra.” Goodnight, Carrie. May the force be with you. ” STORE // ART BLOG //...

"2016 strikes again. You will be dearly missed, Carrie."

30 Best Sherlock Quotes from 'The Six Thatchers' (4x01

30 Best Sherlock Quotes from 'The Six Thatchers' (4x01) - Sherlock Holmes (to Rosamund): As ever, Watson, you see but do not observe. To you, the world remains an impenetrable mystery, whereas, to me, it is an open book. Hard logic versus romantic whimsy - that is your choice. You fail to connect actions to their consequences. Now, for the last time, if you want to keep the rattle, do not throw the rattle.