Monday, October 13, 2014

The Art of Home-Making Mondays ~ Please Join Us ~ Link Up #22

"The best time for planning a book is while you're doing the dishes."

There are so many wonderful features in the making of a home. This is a place where I would love for you to share your love for anything home-related. Homemaking, homeschooling and homesteading are all a part of the lovely art of home-making!

~~Please link up posts in the spirit of Titus 2 and Proverbs 31 (such as recipes, godly encouragement, DIY's, frugal living, child-raising, medicine making, preparedness, gardening, home decoration, school lessons, etc).~~ You are welcome to share as many posts as you like!

* Features From Last Week's Link Up *


Budgeting Inspiration: 31 Days of Living on Less by Artful Homemaking

Organizing Inspiration: I Love Baskets, Boxes and Bags by Sandra's Ark

Cleaning Inspiration: The Ten Minute Tidy by A Heart For Home

Now for this week ~ For the sake of our readers, please link up appropriate and wholesome home-related articles and leave out any giveaways, advertisements, etc. Thank you for understanding! I can't wait to see what you all have to share! 

Please copy the button below (html code is in box below it) and share on your blog post or side-bar so others can come and join in the link up as well!


Strangers and Pilgrims on Earth

21 comments:

  1. How true the quote by Agatha Christie! Washing the dishes does seem to lead to some pretty neat ideas, especially when looking out to the vineyard while the suds are soaking up my thoughts!

    Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week!

    Poppy

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  2. Thanks again for hosting another amazing link-up party Jes! Your blog is such an encouragement to so many! I'm heading over now to look at the feature posts from last week! Blessings to you :)

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  3. Thank you Jes for featuring my post this week. I do enjoy hopping around this link-up and meeting others.

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  4. Love the painting of the industrious homemaker. Being a knitter myself, I couldn't help but notice her stocking-in-progress lying on the chair. There is always something to keep the hands busy if we are willing, and can you imagine scrubbing that stone floor! Those period paintings always showed much more than meets the eye on first glance.
    Thank you for hostessing another home-making linkup. It's a cheery spot for visiting on this rainy Monday morning in Tenn. Have a blessed day!

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    1. Oh, you have a good eye! Perhaps you did some picture studies in your homeschool?

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    2. When we were homeschooling our youngest (high school at the time) we learned to study 18th century paintings (clothing in particular) so we would be "period correct" working as living history presenters at a few of the local historic homes. It was great fun, and what a history lesson as we had to be familiar with everything from 18th century politics to food eaten at the time. We joined the historical guild at the John Sevier Farm Home and went to the meetings where we learned a skill at each gathering - we even made our own shoes.

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    3. What a neat experience! That would account for the detail then!!! Thanks for sharing that Toni! :) That sounds like a lot of fun!

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  5. Thanks for hosting… I love linking yup and reading these posts!
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  6. Thank you for hosting. Great features this week. Have a fantastic week!

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  7. Thanks Jes for hosting the fun party. Enjoy your week!

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  8. I tried to link up...but unfortunately, I am NOT very good at this stuff. Enjoying reading all those who were successful and know how to navigate links etc. LOL. Beautiful posts represented here. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

    Blessings,
    Connie

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    1. Hi Connie, It is confusing at the beginning but you will get the hang of it :)

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  9. Hi JES! Thank you for hostessing!

    Today I've shared the 2nd in my series @ Abundant-Wellness about "What is Natural Health". This post is "Spirit, Soul & Body Health".

    God bless y'all!

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  10. Thank you so much for featuring my post, JES! Hope you have a lovely week!

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  11. Thanks for hosting the party, Jes. Happy Monday! ~ Nancy

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  12. Hi Jes,
    I noticed your sidebar jiggling. Perhaps you've noticed it, too. I fixed it on my sidebar at Harvest Lane Cottage by putting the Google Friend Connect at the bottom of the sidebar. Only the things below the GFC jiggle. I see it's the same on your blog. I'm not sure what's causing it, and I like the GFC up higher to get more followers, but the jiggling really bothered me.
    Blessings,
    Laura

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    1. Interesting... I don't see any jiggling... Perhaps I will check from another computer. Thank you for sharing the information! I don't want jiggling either, doesn't sound too peaceful!! :) Thanks Laura for your help :)

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  13. JES...grateful you host this wonderful community each week. Have a blessed week friend.

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  14. Halloo, there, JES!
    I don't see jiggling in the sidebar, at least not now, thankfully. I am always grateful for you and this link-up. I have fun thinking about your homestead and what the weather must be doing there right now...we, getting rainy and colder - you, heading into spring! Have a blessed day in the Lord <3

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    1. Hi there dearie! :) Thanks for the sweet thoughts and update on the jiggle sidebar syndrome :) Much appreciated!

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  15. Thanks for another great link-up, JES! We sure appreciate it.

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