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The sun is shining!!!  Of course, there is new snow on the ground and the wind cuts right though –  but there are little signs that spring might eventually happen.  Snowdrops are blooming, a few tulips are poking through the ground, the goldfinches have their summer yellow and a few more robins have joined Ol’ Sarge (the guard robin, who too old to migrate, made it his mission to drive  the pesky starlings away from the feeders this winter.)    Thanks for stopping by to share your great ideas, project and recipes!  Take a couple of seconds to visit some other links — you will be amazed, as am I each week, at the diversity of knowledge that is shared here!   Makes waiting for spring enjoyable!!! 

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Featured from last weekFamily Home and Life – Almost New Decorating  Swanky Recipes — Cookie Dough Fudge   Little Red Window — Painted Burlap House Numbers    Southern Distinctions  — Pucker Up Lemon Cookies    View From the Fridge — Washcloth Bunnies    News Anchor to Homemaker –  Sabbath Sunday:  One Pan Veal Piccata    Please feel free to grab a Featured Button from the Button Box upper right! 

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It is sunny and actually above freezing here today — but my sympathy to all those who are looking out the window at more snow!  My facebook feed was full of moans and groans from all over the snow zone parts of the country this morning.  We may join you in moaning next week but today  it’s supposed to be warm enough to spray paint in the garage and I have a ton of projects ready to go!   Thanks so much for stopping by each week to share your great ideas and taking time to visit a couple of other great links!   You make this party fun!! 

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My Turn for Us — Dutch Oven Texas Peach Cobbler    Life with the Crust Cut Off Ultimate Banana Pudding   Make It Cozee – Scheming with the Leprachaun     Lydia’s Flexitarian Kitchen — Lemon Poundcake     Yesterfood — Pistachio Kiss Cookies       Judy’s Handmade Creations — Flowered Bookmark with Seed Pack Please feel free to grab a Featured Button from the Button Box upper right! 

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 

We celebrated Saturday by going to the St. Patrick’s Parade in Dublin (Ohio, that is.)  What a fun morning in spite of the cold wind!  There was everything from Civil War reenactors to a city snowplow (big cheer for them after this snowy winter) to the women’s horse club with sparkling gold shirts (and jean bottoms) to classic cars.  What St. Patrick’s Day parade would be complete without a kilt clad band of bagpipers, St. Paddy himself (or three or four) with his Irish Hound (or wolf hound or green shirted Yorkie), lots of green wearing politicians, Irish dancers (representing several different schools of Irish dance in the area!), and cute kids waving from cute green floats.  I’m fascinated by the wide variety of units that appear in a parade. 

And the wide variety of topics that are linked here each week are fascinating, too  — thought provoking essays, detailed tutorials, quick tips, yummy eats, clever crafts and so much more.  Thanks so much for stopping by each week to share your great ideas and taking time to visit a couple of other great links! 

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Featured this week:   Sourdough Native — Easy Baked Apple Purses    Find Daily Joy — Onesie Dress Tutorial   Fluster Buster — 32 Unusual Uses for Nail Polish    Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo — Easy  Maple Cinnamon Buttermilk Chocolate Cake     Creative Chaos — DIY Wooden Light Box   True Blue Baking — St Pat’s Caraway Pull Apart Rolls    To Sow a Seed — Diapering with natural fibers – why wool?        Please grab a Featured button from the Button Box on the right!

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