I thought it would be fun to highlight one article each week from the Hoosier bloggers you know and love. You know, previously Featured Little Indiana Bloggers.
Just like the bloggers, no two weeks will ever be the same! Like a fine box of Indiana chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.
If you are an Indiana blogger and would like to be featured on little Indiana, please let me know via email or in the comments below. Now, let’s get caught up with what our Hoosier bloggers were doing this week.
Indiana Blog Updates
The categories may change each week but look for the bold-faced category items to easily navigate to the topics you prefer.
Recipes and Food
Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: Sweet Tooth Tuesdays #9 — Desserts, cakes, and cookies.
Big Fat Baker: Strawberry Frozen Yogurt and Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream — Strawberries on the brain? Two recipes to choose from.
A Couple Cooks: Strawberry Basil Popsicles — A lovely pink color that will help beat the heat.
Everyday Mom’s Meals: Oh Yes, I Did! — Lettuce, Tomato, and Bacon on a grilled hot dog.
The Hidden Pantry: Sesame Chicken Noodle Salad a Recipe from My Sister — A family recipe using whole wheat pasta and crisp veggies.
Goodeness Gracious: Quick Crockpot Teriyaki Pineapple Beef — Simple and flavorful, a fine summer dish.
Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: Stairway to Heaven — Cleaning things out and getting ready for the wedding that’s only one month away.
A Latte with Ott, A: Even More Flower Pictures — Playing around with her new camera, this Hoosier has more floral images to share.
Walking the Off-Beaten Path: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For… — July is National Ice Cream Month! Learn a bit about a fourth generation run dairy farm.
Granola Mom 4 God: How To Lose Weight Part 2 — Facing up to losing weight.
Eternal Lizdom: Sad Face — Office changes and the losing of privacy: moving to a shared cubicle.
See Meggie Run: Marathon Training: Week 2 — After 15 days of constant preparation, this blogger (and her body) is ready for a day off.
53Blonde: Random Things on Thursday — Crabby day.
Tales from The Coop Keeper: More Cell Phone Drivel — An addictive personality and a smart phone do not a good match make.
Treble in the Kitchen: We Tied the Knot! — One Indiana couple get hitched.
Grey Barn Stories: My Three Sons — Family.
Fashion and Clothing Bloggers
Sarah’s Real Life: Fruit Suit Riot (Riot!) — Why wait for the weekend to don a fruity tee? Paired with a cardigan and basic skirt, it passes the work test.
Tulle and Trinkets: Kind of 60s — Bell-bottoms and a horse tee. Welcome 1960.
Hoosier Gardener: Rain Pushes Growth and Roots Struggle to Keep Up — A much different picture from last year.
May Dreams Garden: Best Green Bean Year Ever — Pounds of delicious green beans.
Education and Crafts
Just Like the Number: How To Paint an Ombre Wall — A tween daughter and a new paint project.
Acton Creative: I Sley, You Sley, We All Sley! — It’s time to sley the reed and get started on a new loom project.
Patty’s Pretty Things: It All Started with Frames — One find, two uses.
Spell Outloud: Learning the Books of the Bible — Teaching children to learn the books of the Bible.
Mouse in My Pocket: Avengers Assemble (on my corset) — A new sewing project with superheroes.
Indiana Writers and Authors
Marian Allen: Booking a Party — As member of a book club that’s been around since 1878, this Hoosier blogger shares her latest book finds from the pitch-in.
That Darn Kat: The Genki Summer Challenge — With her LA Gear running shoes on, she’s reclaiming her health.
Red Tash: Did You Vote for Troll or Derby in the eFestival of Words — Have you voted?
Eclectic Insights: Thursday Tidbit: 10 Ways Your Dogs Can Drive You Crazy — Humorous look at a life with dogs.
Travel and History
Something Monumental: Strange and Unusual — Looking at the odd side of Indianapolis.
Arrows Sent Forth: Biking at Rutland Water — A British favorite, these Hoosiers enjoy a popular outdoor destination.
Back Home Again: Travel Thursday: Edinburgh Scotland — Exploring the Royal Mile and Arthur’s Seat, among others.
Historic Indianapolis: What’s in a Name: Marsh Road — The early landowners of Pike Township.
Rensselaer Adventures: Singing in the Rain — Local children’s production of Singing in the Rain–a sold out show.
Amy’s Food Flights: Twist and Shout and Let it All Out — Swanky and dimly lit, this blogger digs in at the Twist Lounge.
Decatur County History: Asbury Wilkinson Glass Negative Project — Scanning found glass negatives.
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