23 April 2020

Mamma NEVER Said There'd Be Days Like This!

As I'm starting this post on Wednesday night at 12:56 am, okay, so technically, Thursday morning. That song is going through my head! You know it! The song from The Shirelle's Mama Said There'd Be Days Like This, well, I was just thinking of that when I realized it was Wednesday not Tuesday!! My Mother never warned me about days like this!! Ha! Her days are getting mixed up too!
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(This is SO me right now, only she is much neater!)

So I told you that, so I could tell you this... I'm a day behind and exhausted!
I've been sewing my little heart out! I'm so sorry friends, it doesn't happen to me often, but I don't have your features right now. And you all linked up so many wonderful options! Thank you for joining us at the Thursday Favorite Things party!
I will be coming back tomorrow, or later today (I'm so confused)  and getting features up from last week's party, I promise!
I just have to get some sleep first. Please link up! Visit and support each other and I will be back!!
Kick-starting the party with Barbara from Mantel and Table's Beautiful Flowers for Spring Inspiration

Many Blessings to you all! I'm prying you all are safe and healthy.
God Bless.
Here's your link up!

Please, stay at home and stay safe...

Okay, I'm back!! Whew! Here are your features!! I thought apropos since so many of us are cooking and baking from home!
Rebecca from Strength and Sunshine's  Pizza Potatoes Casserole (Vegan, Gluten-Free Allergy-Free)
Kippi At Home shares two different styles with her very detailed tutorial for How To Make a Face Mask
Ana from Hammers N Hugs shares her yummy recipe for Creamy Ham and Cheese Bake
Cindy's Online Recipe Box shares her yummy recipe for these Chinese Almond Butter Cookie
LOVE Jennifer from Satsuma Designs sweet Please No Shoes Sign
The House on Silverado's Easy Taco Casserole look like a great idea!
Claire Justine shared her recipe for these Cheese, Celery And Walnut Scones With Parsley Butter
Christine at The DIY Dreamer  DIY Paint Stick Flower Basket is beautiful.
Amy from My Recipe Treasures' Creamy Chicken Pot Pie looks absolutely mouth-watering.
I TRULY wish I could Feature you all!
 You will want to get to know these lovelies, they are blog party rock stars! Please follow their blogs and social media, you will be so happy you did. They also share features every week. So, don’t forget to leave a comment. Please Pin and Share TFT with your social network and blog friends.
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19 comments:

  1. Theresa,
    My Link Ups for this week's Party are # 32, 33 and 34..
    Thanks so much for continuing to host during this health crisis, spreading beauty, laughter and information!! Stay Safe, Healthy and Happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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    1. Thank you so much< Debbie! Glad to see you here. Staying healthy, thanks, you do the same.

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  2. Thanks for hosting, Theresa. Some days are indeed like that! I linked up at #38 & 39 this week.

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    1. Yes, they are, Beverly! Thanks for being here! I appreciate and value our bloggy friendship. xo

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  3. Thanks for hosting again this week, whatever week it is, lol! I've linked at #58. Take care and get some sleep!

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    1. LOL, right?! Thank you, dear lady. I'm much better now. Thank you for joining and sharing with me. :)

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  4. Hahaha I love that couch lady picture - I can totally relate! :) But seriously, don't you worry about us. Just take your time and stay rested & well! 💗 And thanks so much for featuring my flower post - that's so sweet of you!! Today's links are 118, 124, & 128, and I can't wait to read these great posts! Take care over there and Happy Thursday!

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    1. Wasn't that just the perfect image?! Don't you know I always worry/am interested in you all! So loved your flower post, you gave me a great bug smile when I didn't think I had one in me. So, Thank You! Stay safe! I'm off to check out and pin your link ups! :)

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  5. Thanks so much for hosting! I’m linking up today with WHO ARE YOU BLOGGING FOR? PART 1 OF 5 and I invite you to check out my 2 current link parties, one is themed, the other is any topic.

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  6. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 4-13 to 4-17-20 on my blog. On Tuesday was Best Potato Salad From Grandma. Wednesday was Creamy Lemon Bars GF. Thursday was Tuna Noodle Casserole. And winding up this Week of Stay at Home is Tip Friday Safely Freezing Meat and How-To make Homemade Brown Sugar. Enjoy! Think positive!

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  7. Thinking of you, Theresa, and hoping you are still staying busy and feeling hopeful as you make masks and bake for comfort. I hope to make a few masks today. My son in Colorado still does not have one and has been doing a ninja type tshirt thing these days (which is fine, but who knows if it is doing the job!). I'm sharing at 187, 191 and 192 today, and I have been ill for weeks so while I have been tackling projects, it has been a slow steady process. This is what I'm learning: small steps still lead to completion and wholeness. We want things to be so linear and seamless, but in fact, it's all more spiral-like. What I'm sure of is that the growth we are doing spiritually is going to serve us well - not because we will be any more equipped to conquer - but because we will be more trusting of the one who is. Blessings on you, friend.

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    1. Hello, sweet Michele. I am well and always hopeful and definitely happy to be able to contribute in a tangible way. I do think masks will be in our future for quite awhile, so glad to hear you are making some too! I'm so so sorry to hear you have been ill, I hope you are feeling better, my friend. Small steps work. I have had to learn to walk them a very long time ago. Many Blessings to you as well.

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  8. It sounds like you are exhausted. I hope that you got some rest. I have actually been sewing masks for a local charity that has been donating them to the health professionals. Thank you so much for featuring our Creamy Chicken Pot Pie. That was a nice surprise. Thank you too for hosting another party. Our links this week are: #202, #203, & #204.

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    1. Thank you, Amy, I was! Much better now! I love your recipe! Aren't we lucky to know how to do something that is of need for people?! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

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  9. Hope that you got some rest. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week. Stay healthy and hope that you and your are safe.

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    1. Thank you so much, I did! You, Stay happy and healthy, as well!

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  10. Dear Theresa, Know what you mean about not knowing what day it is. I can relate. Glad you had some rest, as that's one good way to keep your natural immunity up. My post this week for Spin the wheel and TFT Party is #130, "Boost Immunity with Plant-based Foods for Wellness." Be well, stay safe, and have a good week.

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