14 July 2022

Midsummer Fun at the Thursday Favorite Things Party

Good morning and welcome back! Happy almost midsummer 2022. I don’t think I’ll ever get used to that, years in the 20’s, that is.  I hope you are all enjoying a wonderful Summer with relatively comfortable temperatures. We are having an unexpectedly cooler month than our usual and I must admit I’m loving it! Upper 80’s is much more comfortable than the 100’s anytime. Not to mention, how nice my heirloom tomatoes are responding. I can’t wait to share more about my gardening journey with you soon! Today I’m  putting in a few patty pan squash and starting some honeynut squash for Fall!  So exciting! On with this week’s party! 
I love all you have been up to! 

Like, Marie, from Interior Frugalista’s Handmade Wooden Garden Caddy With Farmhouse Style isn’t it beautiful? 
Not Entirely Average shared her mouth watering Southern Chicken Salad with Pineapple – Southern Luncheonette Recipes
Barbara from Mantel and Table's 7 FRUITS ~ 4 CANDLES ~ 1 LOVELY PEACH TABLESCAPE is simply stunning. 
Renae from The Peacock Ridge Farm's How to Build a Simple Shelf is a beautiful How to! 
Kendra from A Proverbs 31 Wife shared her yummy Sausage Egg Muffins – Make-Ahead Breakfast Idea

Jenna, from the Painted Apron showed us how talented she is and how she made this beautiful Watercolor Locomotive

That’s it for me this week friends. 
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend. 
Many Blessings, 
Theresa 

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8 comments:

  1. Wow Theresa, thank you for choosing my locomotive painting for a feature this week, I am so honored! Your temps sound wonderful, most of the country is sooo hot! It sounds like you are growing up a lot of garden goodies, nothing is better than summer tomatoes from the garden. My links this week are #26, 27, 28. Have a great weekend!
    Jenna

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  2. Heirloom tomatoes growing on the vine and upper 80s weather? YES, PLEASE. Send them over, Theresa! Hope this milder weather stretches out for you and yours. Sharing at #33 and #34 and thank you kindly for hosting TFT. :)

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  3. Anonymous7:37 AM

    Theresa,
    Our temps have been in the mid 80's but the dew points keep bouncing back from "comfortable" to Tropical"! I want to know when to Pa. become "Tropical"??
    My Link Ups for this week are # 46 and 48...
    Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful party each and every week!! I really appreciate the time and effort that goes into it along with visiting all the links and choosing Features!!! Thank You!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  4. Oh I'm SO glad you've finally got nicer weather down there. Your garden sounds wonderful - I can't wait to hear more about it. Thank you so much for featuring my peach table. You are so thoughtful my friend, and I really appreciate it. And you know how much I love this party. I'm linked at #80 this week. Hope you have a great weekend. See you next time!

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  5. Thanks for hosting and sharing all the wonderful ideas! It is a cool July here, for sure!! I'm linked at 90/91 this week. Have a great weekend, Theresa!!

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  6. We are still waiting for summer where I live, it's been such a cool and rainy summer. Thank you so much, Theresa, for featuring my farmhouse caddy! xo Sharing at link 97 today.

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  7. Happy TFT Day!!! Lucky ...we have been stuck in the tripe digits for a while and I hate hot!! LOL. Lovely features, three of us so far have featured not entirely average, so cool! xo

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  8. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you are having a wonderful week. I am at 223, 224 and 225.

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