Walking On Sunshine Blog Hop Party

Hugh’s Views & News is hosting a Walking On Sunshine Blog Hop Party.   I love this idea!  It’s a great way to share blogs with each other.  There are so many wonderful sites out there!  I hope he continues this so I can share and find more of you.  Thank you, Hugh.

It’s very easy to join in and there is not much involved. All you have to do is choose a fellow blogger and do what I am about to do below.

I am excited  to share a wonderful blog...Whispering Pines Farm. Carole has been blogging for 4 years and her site is filled with a wealth of information and lovely anecdotes about gardening, spinning, soapmaking, cooking, jellymaking, handcrafts, her animals (very dear to her heart) and more. One of my favorite of her recent posts is Owen.. it’s about Carole and the beautiful senior cat that she adopted.  Carole  is so knowledgeable and gracious.  Her blog and her lifestyle have become a real inspiration for me.

  1. Choose a fellow blogger who you think spreads blog love.

  2. Write a short post about them.

  3. Entitle your post Walking On Sunshine Blog Hop Party (so others can find your post).

  4. Create a pingback to this post, so that the link appears in the comments section, so that other participants can read your post. Click here for details on how to create a pingback..

You can mention as many bloggers as you want in your post and write as much about them as you want, but try to not make your post too long.

Enjoy the party everyone and keep spreading the blog love.

One Lovely Blog Award

2 of my favorite bloggers; Matt from Railway Parade House and Jim from Mind Your Dirt  have nominated me for The  Lovely Blog Award!

I love Matt’s blog.  He lives on the other side of the world from me and it brightens my day, (especially in these cold ,winter months) to see the beautiful pictures of his gardens, all the quirky wildlife and to read his upbeat, colorful and knowledgable stories that go with them.  Thank you Matt!!

Jim is on the other side of the country from me, in California.   He’s an amazing “tree person”, gardener, excavator, “chicken man’, bonsai artist…the list goes on!  He shares so much information…”How to’s” and “How Not to’s”, lol.  I learn so much from him and he really makes me laugh ..so funny and clever.  Thanks Jim!!

I’m supposed to say 5 things about myself so,  1.I am an art school drop out  2. I studied herbalism from a native American who is was also an M.D.  3.I am married  4. I was an optician  5.  I’m the oldest of 3 sisters and have 3 daughters

Five truly Lovely Blogs I would like to nominate  are

Fox and Finch Antiques

Mrs. Walker Goes Back to School

farmerkhaiti

Everyday Cheer

Practicing Resurrection