16 April 2020

Sewing Face Masks, Baking A Lot and The TFT Party!

Welcome friends. Thank you for joining me. I hope you all found a way to truly enjoy your Easter!
Well, another week inside. But, I’ve been, surprisingly busy! I’ve been sewing face masks, as I’m sure many of you have (many done, many more to go), baking, even more than usual, and praying, a lot.  That’s good, though! The more I bake for our needs, the less we need to go out! (silver linings, here, people)  Although, I am running lower than I like on flour and my understanding is there’s not much of it in our stores. I still have my mother's cupboard to shop in! :) How are you all?  Are you doing okay with the SIP?
Here's a bit of my work for the week, now, I'm anxious to see yours!

Let's look at your wonderful offerings from last week!
Veronica from Of Mice and raMen shared some awesome inspiration and a beautiful reminder, that Through Music, We Are Connected!

Rachelle from My Hubbard Home shared How To Brighten Up The Front Porch For Spring
Lori from Dining Delight shared her beautiful and festive Stay at Home Easter Tablescape for Two (but I think it works beautiful for Spring)
From Pam at An Artful Mom, check out these Free online Classes Now (Crafts, Art, Cooking, Lettering...) Great resource for such a time as this!
From Angie at keepingthetimethatbinds.com helps us all out with her post, "Explaining These Times To Our Kids"
If you are making masks too, be sure to check out Ahna from Hammers N Hugs wonderful post, "The Real Mask Breakdown and How You Can Help ~ From the Perspective of an ER Nurse Practitioner"
Thank you, Ahna. From a retired nurse, here, to you, I am so humbled and grateful for you. I can't imagine what or how you are dealing with all this.
And, last but not least, I couldn't resist Barbra from Mantel and Table's
Please, stay at home and stay safe...
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.
Do you want to celebrate and Show Off your Feature?! I completely understand! If you were featured, here's a party Feature button, from me to you. :)

If you're needing a little inspiration and a wanting a positive connection, I highly recommend this beautiful performance, if you missed it on Easter Sunday. Perspective... When a blind man sings " was blind, but now I see". Truly Amazing Grace!

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17 comments:

  1. Thanks for the party, Theresa. I'm glad you're doing well and staying busy! I linked up at #15 & 16 this week.

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    1. Thank you, Beverly. off to check up your linkups! Stay safe and healthy!

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  2. I'm baking a lot more than usual, also. I've been trying to find Pinterest recipes that fit the ingredients I have on hand. I'm sharing a farmhouse flower arrangement, #20. Thanks for hosting!

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  3. Theresa,
    My Link Ups for today's party are # 39, 40 and 43!
    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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  4. Oh Theresa! So much inspiration. That cake with roses. Holy cozy Moses on a wafflecone! Was blind but now I see. Those lyrics resonate and go all the way through me because even on my best days, I am that blind beggar Bartimaeus standing before Christ as he asks me what I want. (and my answer is always the same...TO SEE, Lord. To see as you see.) Easter was so different this year and strangely beautiful. But it was followed up by a week of struggle, and I am doing my best to climb out of it. This will pass. Thank you for hosting, friend. I'm sharing a few things I have been up to including sprucing up a guest bedroom with a beautiful wall mural. It only took a few hours, but we absolutely love it. Find me at #50, 51, and 52. Wishing you hope bubbling up from a secret place in the soul that you can trust. xox

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    1. Michele! I'm so glad you like the tiny cake - they're so much fun! ❤️ Also wanted to tell you how much I love your Hello Lovely blog - it's so beautiful and inspiring! So fun to virtually meet up with you at this party! :) Stay safe out there!

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  5. Thanks so much for hosting, loved looking at so many great ideas and pinned my brains out!

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  6. Thank you so much for hosting and for the mention! TFT is one of my favourite blog hops!

    Happy Thursday!

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  7. Theresa! Thanks so much for featuring my tiny chocolate cake this week - that's so nice of you! I wish I could send one over to you for a little snack! :) My links this week at #94, #99, & #101. I'm so glad you're all safe and well over there. Take care and thanks again!

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  8. My sewing machine gave up last summer and the repair shop said it was beyond fixing. What a time to be without one! I've linked #106 today.

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  9. Thanks so much for hosting! I’m linking up today with A GERMAPHOBE AND COVID-19 and INTERNATIONAL SAFETY PIN DAY.

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  10. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 4-6 to 4-10-20 on my blog. On Tuesday was Turtle Crepes With Custard Cream. Wednesday was Strawberry Crepes With Peach Sauce. Thursday was Nutella Crepes With Fruit. And winding up this Week of Crepes is Tip Friday 7 Best Egg Substitutions and Examples. Enjoy! Stay positive.

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  11. Great features, Theresa... I actually shared Ahna's post on my face mask post that is linked up this week! I really appreciated her info! I'm at 179 and 180 this week, and I'm making more masks for friends and family this weekend!

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  12. Thank you for hosting another party. I haven't been out much, but I have noticed social distancing at the grocery store. Our links this week are: #195, #196, & #197.

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  13. Looks so very yummy. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you and your family are safe and healthy.

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  14. Love you all! Thank you so much for all your wonderful comments! I so appreciate every single one!

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  15. Thank you so much for the feature, Theresa! (I don't know how I missed this earlier.) You made my day. Hugs to you!

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