My starting point for this trail of inspiration not more than 24hours ago lead me onto many winding paths of colour, inspiration and acknowledgement of pure talent.
One of the things on my ‘to do’ list was that for this month I would stay focused and blog a post every Saturday on Beverly’s Pink Saturday for the month of October as a reminder of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Take a couple of ‘clicks’ backwards, and although I’m not always finding time to post and create, within the solitude of my bedroom of an evening, I visit bogging friends, leave comments and join in the circle of friendship, that I so love to be a part of.
Here’s my winding trail:
I started with a visit to Celia at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial, where she had her monthly feature look at what’s ‘In my Kitchen’, Turkish ceramics, wild ginger drinks,and vegetarian paella to name a few, take a look and maybe join in. Sometimes when you visit friends, you spend a little extra time reading everyones comments…(or is it just me)…
So, this is how I made a new connection to ChopinandMysaucepan, where I discovered they were one of ten bloggers from around the world in the Royal Selangor Jellyriffic Competition .How exciting and a lot of hard work! The competition is that each of the ten bloggers post a recipe each day for 30 days in the month of October 2011 to raise awareness and support for breast cancer.
Check out some of their creations:Day #15 Biriyani rice with cashew nuts and raisins, Day#11 Green and Gold kiwifruit pavlova, Day#7 Antipasto pyramid with rocket salad. Just amazing…inspirational.
So this then led me to find out more about the Royal Selangor Jellyriffic Competition. ‘Get Your Jelly On’ Challenge is where the selected 10 bloggers come up with an exciting new way to use the Royal Selangor pewter jelly mould. It’s designed by Nick Munro. Proceeds from the sale of this jelly mould go towards the Breast Cancer Welfare Association. You can purchase one here
Continuing on…my winding path led me to visit all the other contestants the list can be found here
Where I found one of my favourite contestants Billy Law from Masterchef Australia 2011, who also was participating in this 30 day challenge.Billy’s Blog A Table For Two features best eats in Sydney and around the world. And oooh you should see some of his great desserts in this challenge. Visit Billy’s blog here.
This then led me back to the Pink thing for today’s post…now I’ve mentioned that I’m also a little bit of a pinning diva. It’s also a little ‘out of control’ hip hop up there pinning Queen…diva! See my boards and follow them here at Pinterest.
Ok, so now I’ve finally arrived at all those pretty pink things and my visual boards that I created way up there at the beginning. I so love this dress…
Hope everyone has a great weekend.
Linking to Beverly’s Pink Saturday
You have been one busy lady. At least, you had time to show off some very nice pinks.
I love all your wonderful treasures, thank you for sharing. You have a beautiful blog. I am your newest follower and I look forward to revisiting to your blog. I have started a new ‘sister’ blog called A TASTEFUL TOUCH, and invite you to join my followers list as well, and to also grab a blog button. My blog address is: http://atastefultouch.com. Enjoy your day. Hugs, Gayle
What yummy pinkness all the way around, Yvette. Your pink photos say it all down to the pink books and roses. I think my favorite are the pink flower-icing cookies. They look so pretty as well as delicious.
Happy Fabby Pinkurday,
Your collages are so beautiful! I am also a pinning diva and have a “pink board” for daydreaming away! I adore that coat!
Thank you for the very kind mention, Yvette! How beautiful are those pewter moulds! And that dress is simply exquisite…
Wonderful gentle pink tones. Beautiful images and a fantastic Mosaic.
Have a nice weekend.
You have a lovely blog here, so pretty and feminine.
I love the pinks you have picked for today.
I hope that you have a good week and it is great that you have highlighted October as being Breast cancer aware month.
I am going to have a look around your blog now and am looking forward to reading it!
I have also posted a pink post to honour a very dear friend of mine who passed away this week from breast cancer.This October’s pink ribbon campaign is now even more important and poignant than ever before. I hope you will come visit.
Natasha @ 5 Minutes Just for Me
Happy Pink Saturday greetings from Holland,
Love all these pink images!
That pink dress is stunning, as is the pose! You’ve given us quite a few blogs to check out. I’m off on my voyage of discovery. Later …
Hi Yvette what a blessed life you live — so expressive, so many gifts, and you are an author and storyteller. I so enjoyed reading about you and all the places you lived and yes, how they are twistedvines –Terri http://www.morningdewdrops.typepad.com —
Ohhh, That Dress! I’m now following you on Pinterest, and sorry but I had to repin a couple. Couldn’t resist. (I’m pretty new to Pinterest and hadn’t even realised you could have more than 12 photos on a board! Your pix are fabulous and I could look for hours).
Great post – you have a really good eye.
Happy Pink Saturday from the UK!
I couldn’t decide which pic i liked best, roses are my very favourite flower, but that dress is to swoon for.
Thank you also for your kind comments on my blog I am a newy here, I will be back, your blog is lovely xx
I just came across your blog while looking through the Pink Saturdays (I am a day late due to computer problems) and was so impresses with your beautiful soft pink photos…..the flowers are lovely, the decorated cookies are great, and that DRESS!!!! How I wish I could have worn one like that “in my younger days”!! Simply breath-taking!!
I am going now to check out the other blogs you mentioned, but i will be returning each week now that I have “found” you…..gorgeous blog!!
Have a fun week…..Yasmin
You know I’m not a huge pink person but you are slowly making me a believer in pink lol. That dress looks amazing and I love the pose she’s in. Nice post