Welcome to the Blessed Hearth..
It is time to thank you sweet people for following the blog..
There are now over 500 Google Followers along with Email, Networked Blogs and such..
This makes me happy, of course..
It is rewarding when you take the time to post and you realize that there are lovely ladies somewhere in the world who are interested in this
ancient older keeper of her home and what she is puttering away at... smile..
In return for your faithfulness in reading and commenting I would like to give away a few little things..
Nothing much, mind you but just a thought as my Mom would say..
Let's get started...
This is what I have put together thus far..
A couple of drawstring bags made out of vintage fabric and doilies..
A bottle of my home made Between the Sheets Lavender Powder and a few of my Mom's doilies...
A bar of my Patchouli Soap and a Cider Soaked Pantry Potpourri..
Some little thing will be made out of this Anne of Green Gables fabric..
Since her province of P. E. I. is next door to us here in New Brunswick.. smile..
Not shown but a few tags and who knows what else..
This is not just one prize..
I will break it up into 2 or 3 and add a few other little bits..
Now.. on with the show..
In order to win you have to..
1. Most important you have to be a follower of my blog..
If you are not then just go to the sidebar and sign up with Google or whichever way you like best..
2.. Leave a comment and tell me something about yourself and what is your favourite topic on the blog.
3. For an extra chance you can like the page on Face Book.. Or if you have already then just share this post and mention this in your comment..
The widget is at the top of my sidebar and you do not have to be a Face Book member to read that page as I often add other things that are not on here..
Sorry if I have confused you all.. xo
Make sure to leave your first name if you do this through Anonymous so I can contact you if you win..
It is open to all and I will announce the winners on Feb. 28..
That's that ... I think.. smile..
We are still in big time Winter here in the East of Canada..
Terry and I took a little trip out to check on the farm and he had to wear snow shoes in order to get in ...
He actually had to take one off to beat the snow away from the back door as the shovel had blown away..
All was well and Spring will come again...
Thank you so much for your many comments of sympathy last post.. lol..
But really... we are fine..
The power has not gone off at all and our son got his driveways done and our other son drove home in the blizzard for a couple of hours but arrived safely..
Our daughter is getting in shape to head to Florida next week by helping to shovel the snow away from her deck.. grin..
Life is good..
And there is always soup..
And even if you can't see out your windows there is still light and one can craft...
and when you go to the city there are new mountains that reach above the trees..
Man made snow mountains made by trucks carting the snow out of the city and blowing it into huge mountainous piles..
Even when you are Canadian there are still some things that amaze us..
We can have some company over for dinner..
And have some home made no knead bread..
I now have a link on the sidebar with the recipe as people request it quite often..
This loaf was made in a casserole dish and sprinkled with dill seed..
Just in case you don't believe me here is another pic copied from Twitter..
Now, that is hilarious, eh?
Seeing is believing.. grin..
We may as well laugh even if we have what I call a wallowing day..
The thing is that it can only last for one day...
Thank you sweet friends for all of your visits and lovely comments..
Looking forward to you all signing up for the give-away..