Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Keep In Touch #62

Hello, Friends! 
I have been a little out of the blogging loop the last few weeks. I went to link up to the Scoop and they are gone! 
Another link party bites the dust. This really echoes what I've been wondering about blogging. I intend to keep blogging. Every time I think I'm ready to throw in the towel, I just have to check in with my friends and if something is going on, I want to tell you about it. I enjoy the process of writing. It helps me to translate feelings into words and therefore process them. 


Last week I wrote about our new deck furniture
I got my seeds planted. There are some annuals left to plant in the back yard. The ones in the front are finished. 
I just noticed the cat in the picture above. How funny. 
The weather turned cold again as soon as I got my flowers. We didn't get down to freezing though. 
If we do dip down, I'll cover up all my flowers.



My wisteria looks amazing. 


A big thanks to my landscaper for the talented trimming. It took four years and all we had was one bloom last year so I was ready to chop it down. He told me I couldn't and that he'd fix it. He did. 

Our feature this week is this box from The Crowned Goat

I love planter boxes inside and I love the corner brackets. Cute box with a special meaning.
Please tell your friends about our little link up. 
With so many link parties ending, I hope ours will still be friendly but will grow. 
Katie 


You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
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5 comments :

  1. Katie, thanks for hosting every week. I look forward to it on Tuesdays. I know there's plenty of behind-the-scenes work involved, but I appreciate your providing a place for me and my fellow bloggers to share our thoughts and ideas.

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  2. Thanks for having us over each week. I know hosting a link party is work, but I just don't understand why everyone is giving them up. They are about the only way to find what people are doing and new blogs. No one wants a blog list anymore either, so what's the deal? The only reason I gave mine up was because of health problems. very frustrating!

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  3. I appreciate you having your party, Katie! I went to one this week, and it was no longer, either. Your deck looks so pretty, and so does your wisteria! Thank goodness, the landscaper fixed the problem.

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  4. Thanks so much for hosting each week!! Your wisteria looks lovely!! It is definitely the personal connections that keep me blogging. 2 linky parties ended that I know of...
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  5. Thanks for the party, Katie. You are so ambitious and your garden will be beautiful. I can't believe your wisteria. Mine is doing nothing yet and we didn't trim like we should have so when it does bloom it is way out of reach..Happy Wednesday..Judy

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