We're Going Visiting!

Friday and Saturday are the days I go visiting my online neighbors. A number of ladies in the blogosphere hold open houses or 'Link Parties' where every one comes together, shares their latest posts and then go off to visit the others at the party. It's a great way to meet new friends and to catch up with current ones. It's like dropping on for a cup of tea.There are three parties I visit on a weekly basis and I want to share them with you today.

You've heard me speak of Company Girls Coffee hosted by the wonderfully talented Rachel @ Home Sanctuary before. She was the first link party I ever joined and it's been fun. Rachel blogs about how er can do  'A Simple Thing' each day to help us organize our homes and our lives. Her partner in this is Flash her  pet donkey (yes donkey) who provides us with lots of laughs and life lessons.

The second party I attend is Caffeinated Randomness hosted by Michelle @ Lost in the Prairies. I knew Michelle and I were kindred spirits because of our love of Starbuck's and her bright humor. Today she posted about being "A Hot Mess'.  It was very real and very touching. She really got me on that one.

The third party I attend is a new one called 'A Favorite Thing' hosted by  Claudia @ Mockingbird Hill Cottage. Claudia caught my eye because she collects McCoy pottery which I have inherited a lot of from my grandmother. She started her party a few weeks ago - restarted actually- and it's been a great success with everyone able to highlight one favorite thing each Saturday.  It's the first thing I turn to on Saturday Morning usually in bed with a cup of tea. Great way to start the weekend.

Won't you join me on my visits this weekend? Stop in and say hello to Rachel, Claudia and Michelle.  I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I do.

See you there!


  1. You've struck a chord in my heart, sugar. I truly believe we as women should all help each other. As a wife of 51+ years to the same man and a lovely man at that, he watched me soar. He believes in everyone soaring, EVERYONE! He didn't let me or allow me, he watched me and that is an important thing in a marriage. He helps me soar to whatever I want to be or NOT to be. I do that with other women also. At 70, most of my friends, nay, ALL of my friend, are decades younger than me.

    I suggest you go to a May 31st post I have on my blog about Women and read it. I think you'll enjoy it.

    Nice to meet you, sweetpea!


    1. Hi Connie! Welcome!

      You made it here before I finished all my Saturday Morning 'calls'. :) I will definitely look up your post about Women. It seems that we're a lot alike because a lot of my friends are much younger than I am as well. I'm not sure if it's because they are mature beyond their ages or that I'm immature for mine. :) Probably a bit of both. We also have a love of all things pink. I love, love, love your blog background and I intend to get quite comfortable with it as I'll be visiting you often.

      You're a sweet lady and I'm glad to know you. Please come again soon.

      God Bless,


  2. If this is a repeat comment I apologize. Browser shut down in the middle of me typing. Sounds like you had an enjoyable visit in Atlanta. Thanks for stopping by and nice comment.
    Enjoy your weekend.

  3. Hi Glenda,

    Yes, I enjoyed myself very much in Atlanta. It was was what I needed. It was wonderful to be in the midst of family and all those little cute 'munchkins'.

    So glad you stopped by. Have a good week.



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