Two Classy Chics – Week in Review September 8th

Autumn PumpkinsToday is Friday, September 8th, 2017. Welcome to our Friday ~ Week in Review post! I will be doing these posts every Friday to update you all on what happened throughout the week, so everyone can get caught up on the things they may of missed!

Quote of the Week: Courage is the power to let go of the familiar. — Raymond Lindquist


Feng Crochet Book + Prize Pack
Teletubbies – Follow the Leader Kid’s DVD
Feminine Cross-Stitch Book + Prize Pack


Movie Review – My Cousin Rachel
Movie Review – The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
InkCraft Gel Pens Refill Kit

General Topics, Crafts, Recipes, etc.

Lemon Ricotta & Blueberries Waffles Recipe
Teaching Kids about Rocks, Minerals & Fossils
Lamb Chops Recipe
2 Delicious Cocktail Recipes for Labor Day
5 Tips to Selecting an Adventure Tour
Frugal Finds: Fun Fall & Autumn Home Decor
Homemade Stuffed Green Peppers Recipe
Travel – Visiting Niagara Falls State Park
Homemade Vegetable Lasagna Recipe

We hope everyone enjoyed their 3-day holiday weekend. During holiday weeks, we tend to go lighter here on the blog, so that we can enjoy some time off with our families too! Regardless, thank you for hanging out with us this past week!

Recently we were asked why we turn comments off on certain posts. Well, here’s the answer.

1. Some posts are “paid posts” and the sponsor requests no comments, since it may be on a touchy-subject or for some other reason.

2. Companies & brands are looking for RECENT engagement on our non-giveaway posts. They don’t scroll back through months and months of posts. After a couple of weeks have passed, comments get turned off on a lot of our posts. This prevents people from spamming on popular posts, prevents spam bots from hitting the blog and it prevents people commenting on old content. Enough said.


  1. I will have to remember this quote I really need to remember that one. Hope you had a nice week and thank you for all of the great posts, reviews, recipes and giveaways.

  2. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I think that his quote only shows one aspect of courage and sometimes it is the correct way to behave. This week I enjoyed all the recipes and craft book posts as well as the usual travel and frugal finds.