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The Gathering Spot # 65

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Welcome to The Gathering Spot this is a linky party. I hope everyone is having a  good start to the week. Mine has started off great. My Mom goes back to my sister’s house this week. Now I can plan some outings for the grandkids. The weather is going to be very summerlike this week. Good for some much needed swimming. It has been unseasonably cool here for most of August. I need the air to be pretty warm before I’ll even get near the water.

Did you see my post earlier today announcing my new mega giveaway? Well, if you didn’t make sure you go and take a quick look. You have 50…yes 50 chances to win a beautiful set of T-Fal Stainless Steel Pots and Pans. Go here to check out the my post 🙂

This week’s feature is from Judy at Judy H-J’s Thoughts – A Twinless Twin. She shared a great idea using a neat beaded gift that belonged to her twin. Judy uses it as either a bracelet or a hair accessory. Very clever 🙂 I have been a long time fan of Judy’s blog. She shares great recipes and stories. Judy’s home is Jamaica. I love that her recipes include some foods that I have never eaten or heard of. Make sure you stop over and say hello.

I was featured

 

You can grab my button if you have been featured. Thanks to all who linked up for last weeks blog hop. So many fantastic ideas. If you didn’t get a chance to visit last week you can go here and take a look.

Feel free to share your recipes, crafts or whatever it is you have been doing the past week from your blog with my followers. If you are not a blogger feel free to leave comments with your ideas. Each week I will feature the link that had the most clicks from the week before. I will also be featuring posts through out the week on my facebook page, and twitter. All I ask is that you follow my blog by any of the ways I have listed, or on my side bar. Leave a comment and let me know you are a new follower and I will follow you back. Please link your post back to the blog hop. You can grab my button from the sidebar or simply add a text link somewhere on your blog. With all that being said…Let’s Party!


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12 thoughts on “The Gathering Spot # 65”

  1. Raven Jackman says:

    Thank you for hosting such a great link party!

    Raven J. True Blue Baking

  2. Lisa says:

    Thanks for hosting! 🙂

  3. Annamaria @ Bakewell Junction says:

    Diane,
    Thanks for hosting the party. Have a great week.
    Annamaria

  4. Miz Helen says:

    Have a fun week and thanks for hosting!
    Miz Helen

  5. lisa@ Cooking with Curls says:

    Thanks so much for the party Diane. Have a wonderful week! 🙂

  6. Kathy Moody says:

    Thank you so much for another great party! Have a wonderful week. 🙂
    Hugs
    Kathy

  7. Debbie-Dabble says:

    Thanks so much for hosting!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

  8. Milena Yancheva says:

    Thank you so much for this party!
    Have a great week!
    Hugs!!!

  9. Katherines Corner says:

    Thank you or hosting my friend. Big hugs!

  10. Modern Homesteaders says:

    Thank you so much for hosting!! Enjoying all of the articles. Please come by our blog hop running every Sunday through Tuesday.

    http://www.modernhomesteaders.net/the-homesteaders-blog-hop-5/

  11. Judy Haughton-James says:

    Thank you so much Diane! You have brightened my day over here. I have not been well and did not manage to link up yesterday. I am feeling a bit better this morning and I am so pleased to be featured. Have a wonderful time with your grandchildren. Thanks a lot for hosting.

  12. This Woman Writes -- Carolyn Henderson says:

    Thank you for hosting. I am number 72 — Yukon Gold “French Fries,” which are really fast, cheap, nutritious, easy and delicious. Sounds like the perfect food to me.

    I am also number 73 — Encourage Your Child to Read. Reading is not only one of life’s pleasures, it is one of life’s necessities, if we are going to remain an educated people. Regardless of how you school — at home, in a public or private school — you as a parent can do a LOT to make your child into a lifetime reader — and the process is actually fun.

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