Celebrate Your Story! #178

Celebrate Your Story! Link Party

I spent my weekend driving from Florida to Ohio…by myself.  (My dear hubby worked his weekend away with client meetings in Miami and then flying to Ohio for a meeting here.)  I only wished I had been able to take photos along my drive to share with all of you.  Through Virginia on north the dogwoods and the red buds were blooming.  I haven’t done this drive in several years.  There were no amber waves of grain, but there were stunning mountain views and fields farmers have ready for planting.  There were rustic red barns and white farmhouses.  I am so lucky to live in this wonderful country and get to see so much of it.  I hope your little corner of the world brings you joy.  

Featured links from last week:

You know I love a creative themed table and Let it Bee Spring caught my eye right away!  Beth styled such a sweet table!  I am glad to see her visiting us here!  Check it out at Whispers of the Heart! Is your mouth watering, like mine?  Robin shared How to Make the Best Carrot Cake.  I haven’t tried this recipe yet, but it sure looks like it could be the BEST!  She shares the recipe over at Fluster Buster! 

I have not been overly successful with stencils so Kippi’s post, Learn How to Use Easy Transfers was right up my alley!  I will still be trying stencils but I am going to be shopping for some of these easy transfers, too!  Get her tutorial at Kippi at Home.  

The most clicked link past week must have a lot of you thinking about selling your homes!  Check out all of Kathryn’s tips at The Dedicated House post Our House Sold in One Day.  


Make sure you stop over at Me and My Captain and Chasing Quaintness to see if you have been featured on one of those blogs!  

Celebrate Your Story Guidelines: 

1. You can link up 3 posts: Home decor, Tablescapes, Gardening, Recipes and more!
2. Etsy | Amazon | Link Parties are not allowed and will be deleted.
3. Please visit your fellow linkups and leave them a comment. Don’t link and run!
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  1. This week I am sharing an Avocado Breakfast Bake, a Sausage and Hash Brown Cheddar Casserole and finally a Turkey Ham and Cheese Strata. Thanks for hosting. Have a lovely evening! Thank you for featuring my pie!

  2. Dropped by from #ChasingMYLife to bring you my Kentucky Hot Browns, Farmstyle Meatloaf & Gravy and my Spicy Chicken PotStickers with Blackberry dipping sauce. I’m always happy to be here. I hope you have a WONDERFUL week.

  3. Oops, forgot to add that we host link parties too: Our Short Story Prompt (ends May 12 for everyone), Wednesday AIM (starts May 1 for everyone) and Blogging Grandmothers (starts May 1 exclusively for grandmother bloggers).

  4. Thanks for the party, Chloe. It sounds like you had some lovely vistas along your way. Charleston is in bloom right now and I always enjoy it during spring.

  5. My daughter requested a carrot cake for Easter and I found one on Food Network. Robin’s looks amazing and I can’t wait to try it. Of course, I love the tablescape. What a lovely color combo and thanks for hosting.

  6. I loved your choices, especially the blue and yellow table theme! Thanks so much for hosting–and that drive is gorgeous—we have taken it several times swinging down the mountains—the long way! Hope you have a lovely Spring!

    1. Oh that drive is wonderful! I haven’t drive the Blue Ridge Parkway in several years and I look forward to having the time to do that again later this year. Fall is so pretty there!

  7. Chloe, thank you so much for the feature! Sorry it took so long for me to join the party this week. Painting and unpacking are my life right now. LOL. Have a happy rest of the week! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

    1. Oh, I understand! When we moved into our house almost 4 years ago, my sister was there to help me while my husband was so overwhelmed, he didn’t know what to do. We told him to go to the local tavern for lunch!

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