Welcome to our party! I’m hoping your New Year is in full swing and going great! I’ve recently joined the KonMari cult. You know, the tidying up show on Netflix. If you stick around and check out my recent post, you’ll see how I’m starting to go overboard and loving it! LOL
I’d love to hear how your year is going so far! Drop a link below or comment and let me know. 🙂
How is the weather where you live? We are digging out from under a winter storm here. Twenty two inches of snow is pretty but it sure slows things down. Life is just beginning to return to “normal.” Hope all is well where you live and we are so glad you took some time out to join our party!
Before we get started, this week we say farewell to our co-host Saira Perl of Mom Resource blog. Saira has been a longtime host of this party and we are sad to see her go. Thank you, Saira, for being a faithful part of this team. We will miss you but we do look forward to seeing the exciting things you do in the future!
If you are not following Saira’s blog, don’t lose touch. Go on over and sign up for her email list=> Mom Resource You will be glad you did!
Last week, these were the posts you viewed the most …
How Not To Become A Lazy Empty Nester – Wawawaughs Blog
Valentine Vignettes On The Chesser And Vintage Radio – Penny’s Vintage Home
Doctored Up Cake Mix – Our Table For Seven
A Winter Change – A Day Of Small Things
A Cover Is Not The Book – A New Lens
Crochet Leg Warmers for Little Girls Plus Free Pattern – Domestic Bliss
So let’s get this party started!
This week please follow our co-hosts on Instagram …
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