Style Scouting: Vol. 109

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Thanks for stopping by for this week’s Style Scouting. My Sunday post where I share the random stuff that captured my attention or inspired me that I found online.

Did you ever have one of those weeks that everything started out great and then it all went downhill fast! That explains my week.

I was on a roll with a few projects and then a crown I have on a back tooth felt like it shifted. It didn’t hurt, but I could tell something wasn’t right and called the dentist.

She saw me the next day and found that the tooth under the crown broke off. Hence nothing to hold the crown on any longer. It felt weird, but not painful. The next day I had to go back to have the remaining tooth extracted. Not fun and painful!!!

Now I have to wait for 6 months until I can get an implant. In the meantime I will have a missing tooth. It is an odd feeling. So instead of working on the blog the past few days, I have been back and forth to the dentist and pharmacy picking up pain meds and trying to relax while icing my cheek and doing oral care round the clock.

I do feel better now and am looking forward to a better week ahead.

I hope you are enjoying the weekend doing what makes you feel your best.

Posts You May Have Missed This Week:


What a pretty house inside and out.

A classic 1920’s New England home gets taken down to the foundation for a total makeover.

The Power of Doors.

Pantry organization dreaming. Especially the produce drawers.


Look what you can make with acorns.

I can’t get over what was used for this furniture makeover. It looks AMAZING.


Soup season is coming and this recipe looks delicious for fall even though the recipe name says its for summer.

I never thought about serving English Muffins for breakfast this way.

One of my favorite ways to eat apples.


To ensure the post of fall mums you place on your porch stay vibrant longer.

Out & About

I think I need to get this for my granddaughter. But I think her mom and aunt are going to want one too.

I am thinking of ordering these for holiday table settings and to use around the house to cozy it up it the evenings.

Fashion & Beauty

Now that fall is coming, soon it will be time to put my shorts and skorts away for the season. I need new jeans and found these. I had a pair of them years ago and was happy to find them. They have a slight boot cut which is more flattering than a straight leg for my body shape.

Fun & Interesting

Good to know when making or buying wood furniture or cabinetry.

Something to Think About

Simple acts that make a big difference.

For your next weekend breakfast.

Oh… So Stylish Finds

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Simmer in style. Soup & stew season is coming.

Birch and other colors of battery operated candles.

Pretty storage cabinet for any room.

Cozy velvet throw pillow covers with zippers in many colors.

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  1. Donna Eliasson says:

    Diane I enjoyed reading about you its amazing the Lord created two of you how cool is that? I read you have vitiligo.? I researched this awful pigment loss in the skin which I myself experienced I read using black walnut in a tincture form spread onto the skin will eventually balance out the pigment color loss. I had this on my face starting at the chin I applied it every morning let it sit for 8 to 10 minutes then wiped it of after a month it was gone. The American Indians used black walnut to tan their animal skins etc. This was 15 years ago and it has never returned. I know I reasearch reading many herbal books and came across this information for vitiligo. Wishing you the best of luck it worked beautifully for me amazing their is nothing else out there God Bless Donna

    1. Hi Donna – Thank you so much for taking the time to tell me about the black walnut oil. :-) It works as an anti-fungal that would work on a skin condition called Tinea versicolor that is a fungal infection of the skin. It often gets confused with vitiligo that is an auto-immune disease. They can look the same.

      Even knowing this, I am always keen on trying something natural. My dermatologists, I see two different ones, tell me that there is no harm in trying and staying positive. They have prescribed creams that come with package warnings that they can cause cancer, so I don’t use them. I like natural, so thank you for taking the time to tell me about what you did. I really appreciate it.

  2. Barbara Pilcher says:

    I hope you get some relief soon, Diane. You’ll be better than ever once they fix you!

    You might like to know that the first link in Something to Think About is broken. You always give us so many lovely things to think about.

    1. Thanks Barbara – The link was working, but no longer. I checked and even checked another blog who had the link to and it is broken. I assume the owner of the site took the post down. It was an older post so maybe they no longer blog and were getting so much traffic and no longer wanted to up their server costs. Not sure. The post was simply about getting a warm cup of coffee or tea and holding the cup with both hands while you drink it. Doing this relaxes you and brings you into focus as both hands are on the cup, not a phone or a book or anything else.

  3. My goodness…dental problems are awful!!!
    Love this post though 😊. Hope you feel better !!

  4. Wendy Roberson says:

    Hope you’re feeling better after your dental procedure. 🤗. I ❤️ reading your posts. You have many talents and share such Beaty with your readers.

  5. Hi Diane I know how it feels. I have 3 implants on my molars. Pretty painless procedure but it takes time. My periodontist did the procedure and the dentist did the crown. Hang in there:)

  6. Hope the healing is going smoothly (especially upsetting when you went through the trouble of having a root canal and crown).
    Great post, enjoyed the harbor home. Nice to see how the other half lives.