Coconut Oil Cranberry Hootycreeks {guest post for Brunch with Joy}

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Linda from Brunch with Joy and I met a few months back through Sunday Supper–she’s one of the loveliest ladies on the planet, and I immediately fell in love with her vibrant blog. Since I began blogging back in 2012, I’ve had the chance to meet so many amazing people like Linda from every nook and cranny of the internet. Today, I’m the lucky gal who’s guest posting on her blog–check it out!

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In today’s post, I’m sharing a very near-and-dear story about one of my closest friends, M. We met in the unlikeliest of circumstances, separated by every continent conceivable and some that probably didn’t even exist yet. It’s a story about friendship, but more importantly it’s a story about how critical it is to remain open-minded in this day and age, when tragic recent events like Charlie Hebdo make us question our belief in one another, in a shared global community.

A word to the wise: don’t stop believing, but don’t be complacent, either.

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Linda is proof that people from such different little corners can find each other and celebrate in the most unexpected places! So visit this lovely lady (which you need to do pronto), read my post, and get the recipe for these absolutely awesome Coconut Oil Cranberry Hootycreeks–in short, get yourself acquainted with her blog here now!

Have stories of unexpected meetings you’d like to share? I’d love to hear them in the comments!

Ala

 

 

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12 Replies to “Coconut Oil Cranberry Hootycreeks {guest post for Brunch with Joy}”

  1. These look great! On my way to check out the recipe right now . . .

    1. Thanks for popping over, John!

  2. I LOVE these cookies (I’d be munching on all the add ins—yum!) and the lovely lesson that came with them 🙂

    1. Aw, thanks so much for reading, as always, Liz! <3

  3. Awww thank you so much for your sweet intro, Ala. It’s a pleasure knowing someone like you! Cheers to a beautiful friendship!

    1. You are SO wonderful, Linda. Get-together next time we’re in the same city, please!

  4. Cookies are a favorite at our house, especially when warm from the oven! Your lush photos have me clicking over to enjoy the recipe!

    1. You’ve got a lucky household! I have to share all my cookies with other folks, or I’ll eat them all myself 🙂 thanks for clicking over, Deb!!

    1. Thanks a bundle, Jess!

  5. I love the name of these cookies and everything about them so far! They look fabulous! Can’t wait to check out the recipe!

    1. Thanks, Kelly–have a fabulous weekend, gal!

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