September 25, 2010
recipesection


today my blog turns two years old! 
and i'm giving it a gift.

please see my sidebar to check out the all-new RECIPE page! the one i've been most excited about with this new pages addition. finally, a sleek new way to find food around here. i'm suuuper happy about it. i will use it myself, as weird as that sounds. (i really do look up my own recipes sometimes.) some of the recipes are from way way back, so you'll have to excuse the photos from before i knew how to use a camera. they're pretty unfortunate. but i guess i've learned a thing or two in the past two years, and that's a very good thing.

happy birthday, blog!
last year i wrote up a bit of its history, in case you're wondering about the past.

ps. please feel free to browse the other new pages, too. i will be keeping my labels section for now, so you can still search posts by topic, but the archives now have their very own section. so you can go back to last november to read what i said on the day when we got our new house, or what i was thankful for last thanksgiving. or check out december 2009 to see the christmas campout + the big blizzard. also, my formspring can now be found on the contact page, and the favorites page will be up soon!

13 comments:

Jules said...

Happy 2 years! I have to say, even though I read you every time you post, I had no idea you posted so many recipes.

I've made quite a few, too, and they are always great. I made the banana chocolate chip cookies for the second time yesterday!

Renee said...
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Renee said...

LOVE IT!! thanks for making your recipes so easy to find! Everyone will love this new feature!

Whatever Dee-Dee wants said...

Happy blog birthday!

Christina said...

My blog turned two yesterday! How fun is it that we started blogging within one day of each other.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SUMMER'S BLOG! : )

(my early photos are pretty heinous too, but I think that's part of the fun--getting to see how we have grown and continue to grow)

Christina said...

p.s. I look up my own recipes too. : )

Mary Ann said...

Happy Birthday, Summer's blog!
Doesn't the time just fly by? I have been an avid reader for only about a month,,,that's when I found you. Each and every day since then has been full of wonderful reads, recipes, and your thoughts.
Thank you and I am thrilled that all of your recipes are in an easy to find location.

Kelli said...

I love your recipes so I'm very excited. I make your potato soup often (even in the summer!). Happy 2 years to you...so happy I stumbled upon your joy of a blog.

nataliep. said...

yay! thanks for making the recipes so easy to find. i'm often referring to your page for recipes you posted. can't wait to use it!

Misplaced Country Girl said...

Happy Birthday to your sweet little blog!

Imagine how excited I was when I came over here this morning and found this new recipe page! You've been very busy. Thank you so much for doing this. I will be using it tons and tons Now I have to decide if I want to make brocolli cheddar soup or baked potato soup. Hmmm....maybe both?

sabrina said...

Happy blogaversary (yesterday)!

leslie.conner said...

So many of those recipes look wonderful! And congrats on your blog's 2 year anniversary!

Mom Judy said...

Happy blogversary to you, happy blogversary to you, Happy blogversary dear, Summer! Happy blogversary to you! or you could sing it this way-Happy, happy blogversary, happy, happy blogversary, happy, happy blogversary, Happy blogversary- heah!

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Hello, I'm Summer. A people-loving introvert whose hope and life is in Jesus. His promises are my passion and my ministry is homelife. This blog is a place for me to write about everyday things. Especially food. My favorite thing to do is sit around a table, lingering over a long meal with good conversation. I live with my husband and our 2 littles. We like blizzards, thrifting, grammar, guacamole, cheerful hearts, nice manners, good movies, and making simple, real, nutrient-dense food.

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