Celebrate Your Story! #75

I am so sorry if you came to the party later in the week and got shut out.  Sandra and I decided awhile back that we wanted to limit the entries to the party to 100 so we would have the time to visit each and every link up.  We try to visit and comment on all of them.  I know time gets away from us and we don’t always have time to comment on every single one each week, but please know that by limiting the links to 100, we ARE visiting your blog.  Don’t just link and run, visit a few of the other blogs and let them know where you are visiting from!

Features from Last Week:

My first feature this week is Setting The Stage from My Kentucky Living.  I love how Sheila plays with vignettes on her coffee table.  I know I like mixing up the elements on mine and switching up the look, displaying different items, how about you?

I had to feature Everyday Living’s Strolling A Historic Southern Town.  I wish I had been strolling along with her through Madison, one of the top ten South’s Best Small Towns as voted by Southern Living readers.

Susan from Culinary Envy caught Sandra’s attention with her Cinco de Mayo Mexican Recipe Round Up.  If you are looking for something delicious to serve up this week, you can find it here!

Sandra admitted this one is a little different for her, but Adventures in Weseland’s peek into the Summer of Love exhibit at the de Young Museum in San Francisco .   It is hard to believe this was 50 years ago.

 Paper Seedlings brought us the most clicked link last week with her beautiful Gelli Print card.  Linda is always creating the most beautiful cards and artwork with her paper creations!

Link Party Rules:

  • Follow your host blog.
  • Please include a link in your post back to the party.  You must include a link in your post back to the party in order to be featured.
  • No Etsy shop links or similar, please link to original content on your blog.
  • Visit at least two fellow Story Sharers and leave them some love on their post!
  • Please limit your shares to only 3 per week.
  • Please only share the same post once per year at the party.

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  1. Chloe, I’m sorry about your name change in the previous post…don’t see a delete button. I’ll type it 300 times for the error. Oops!

  2. Thank you for hosting this great party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    I am co-hosting a couple of link parties myself this week. If you have time, I’d love for you to join the fun at my place. No pressure, of course! 😉

  3. Chloe and Sandra, thank you for the party each week and your comments. I agree with Jenna, I like a smaller party! Y’all do a great job! Thanks for featuring my stroll through Madison, GA!

    1. Thank you Pam. I need to be able to at least visit each of the link ups, I am glad you come and share at Celebrate Your Story! I LOVED all of the photos of the charming homes in Madison!

  4. Chloe, I very often think how busy you must be, not only posting, but creating for those posts, producing videos, not to even mention visiting other bloggers’ posts. It’s a real time challenge at the very least, so I certainly understand limiting the party to 100. Many times I will not join parties once they get much past 250 guests – it’s like minnows in a sea. Thank you for being the host you are.
    I’m taking back my house, and breathing new life into a tablescape from 2014, adding a new twist. I hope you have a great week.

    1. Thank you Rita, yes, I feel like there is always a blog to read, shopping to do for a new post, or even laundry that needs done at home! I would not want to host a party where I couldn’t at least visit every link up. I am so glad you are taking back your house! I will be sending out the schedule for the Broadway tablescape hop later this week! I hope you have a great week, too!

  5. All of you are amazing! I love scrolling through these posts even if I do not have time to comment on each one, please know that they are appreciated! Always a bright spot in my day. Thank you so much! ❤

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