AE : Inspirations

Breakfast
[ Random shot from one of our recent weekend breakfast outings: coffee, oj, & crayons. ]

Lots of things have been bookmarked to share lately. Here's the most recent list:

• Jamaica's Vintage Paper pillow

• Simple Mom's 40 Ways To Go Greener At Home (Besides Just Recycling)

Brene's take on the punched butterfly project (used as part of the read along of her book I Thought It Was Just Me: Telling The Truth About Perfectionism, Inadequacy, and Power)

• A beautiful post about recycling tin cans as vases (the first bouquet is so awesome)

• A great tutorial from Lisa Tutman-Oglesby about stamping & embossing on a transparency

Seeing the Everyday : the small things magazine

• Autism Society of America and AMC Entertainment team up to offer Sensory Friendly Film nights at AMC theaters

Healthy oatmeal cookies from Martha (not bad at all)

• The awesome Playing for Change CD/DVD is available now (available on iTunes)

23 thoughts shared

  1. Elise Blaha

    2009-04-30 07:04:28 +0200

    i love your tweet feed. and jamaica's fabulous pillows.

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  2. Nicky from Canada

    2009-04-30 07:11:04 +0200

    Have to check out that tutorial.
    Thanks for sharing.

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  3. kirsty

    2009-04-30 07:27:22 +0200

    sigh, if only we had pretty tin cans like that. ours look far too commercial to look that elegant. **must flea market some**

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  4. Bree

    2009-04-30 08:16:48 +0200

    great pillow.. love it....

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  5. Deb

    2009-04-30 08:19:14 +0200

    Great post today. Thank-you.

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  6. Molly Irwin

    2009-04-30 08:22:01 +0200

    yep, I'm eagerly awaiting seeing the everyday. my mailbox is light post-domino. only getting bon appetit, and let's face it ... i don't really need too much inspiration in that area.

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  7. Anne Alley

    2009-04-30 09:34:55 +0200

    The oatmeal cookie recipe looks fabulous, thanks!

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  8. tania

    2009-04-30 10:04:12 +0200

    ali, thank you.THANK YOU.thank you. for the link about sensory friendly movies. i clicked over and read it and instantly began crying. people are finally starting to "get it". i have a daughter (just two days younger than simon) who suffers from Sensory Integration Dysfunction making a movie going experience impossible to enjoy.....until now.

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  9. Sharis

    2009-04-30 10:09:09 +0200

    Thanks for sharing the Playing for Change CD/DVD. It was inspiring.

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  10. Ali Edwards

    2009-04-30 10:33:11 +0200

    Thanks Elise - right back atcha :).

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  11. Ali Edwards

    2009-04-30 10:34:12 +0200

    I thought it was the coolest thing. We have taken Simon to a bunch of movies but struggle with the amount of noise he makes :).

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  12. Ali Edwards

    2009-04-30 10:34:30 +0200

    I have been listening to it non-stop :).

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  13. Heather

    2009-04-30 12:55:30 +0200

    Thanks for sharing, Ali. I have already forwarded two of the links to online communities (AP slightly crunchy homeschoolers, and homeschooling creatively). Going to our blog is a great "pick me up" on the tough days, and icing on the good ones.

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  14. Heather

    2009-04-30 12:56:22 +0200

    "your" blog not "our" - oops!

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  15. Valerie

    2009-04-30 13:04:20 +0200

    I am also thankful for the AMC Sensory Friendly Film info!! So excited to try it out and not worry about our son making his loud (but happy) noises and not sitting still. We've tried movie theaters twice, but found it much, much easier to just wait for the DVD.
    Thanks again!

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  16. Becky P.

    2009-04-30 13:55:52 +0200

    I just got my first issue of Seeing the Everyday a few days ago and I love it too...definitely an inspiration on so many different levels!

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  17. Jeanne M

    2009-04-30 16:56:06 +0200

    Thanks for these links!
    I've spent an inordinate amount of time on SimpleMom today, and I'm not even a parent. And I love, loved that pillow. Somehow J's blog fell off my regular rotation. Thanks for the reminder to add her back!

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
  18. charleigh

    2009-04-30 19:10:49 +0200

    thanks for the info about "seeing the everyday" (i saw the link on your twitter feed). i love the philosophy, photography & the fact its ad free - can't wait for my sub to arrive!

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  19. Erin B

    2009-04-30 19:45:16 +0200

    Thanks for the links! I discovered the playing for change cd last night and LOVE it! We have the sensory friendly films here and several of the kiddos that I work with have gone with their families. The parents love it and say the whole family can go to a movie and not have to worry about someone taking the special needs child out every few minutes or having major meltdowns before the movie even begins.

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  20. Val from Down Under

    2009-04-30 20:21:07 +0200

    Thanks for putting in the links to other interesting sites. I love it! Thanks for sharing.

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  21. jedgell

    2009-04-30 21:24:48 +0200

    I think this makes it official... that pillow was THE best idea I've had. And all because I didn't want to use my stash. This might be advanced rationalization on my part but I think it justifies the hoarding. Just a little. : )
    Thanks for the love, XO jamaica

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  22. Rachel

    2009-05-01 05:49:51 +0200

    Love that picture from your table. It really does show a sneak into everyday life. I need to take more like that!

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  23. Gill

    2009-05-02 06:55:41 +0200

    thanks for the movies link Ali, i just sent it to a friend in Los Angeles. I think it will take a while for the Aussies to catch on!

    * edited 08/11/14 02:28PM
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