Homemaking Link-Up!

by Emily Rose Brookshire on January 12, 2011 in Homemaking Link-Up

There are so many beautiful things about homemaking . . . and right here is the perfect place for us to encourage one another in this beautiful calling! Below you can share the link to a post or article on your blog about homemaking, whether it be about cleaning, character, cooking, etc.

To share a link to your post about homemaking, you can use the Linky below . . . just share your link (make sure the link goes directly to your post), title, and image (it’s easy)!

Don’t forget to link back here so that others can join in!

Emily Rose Brookshire

Emily Rose is a lover of truth, people, beauty, hospitality, and laughter. She works from her home studio drawing patterns, designing websites, and being the visual editor for her illustrator sister. Among other things, you’ll find her hands mixing batter, stitching hexagons, and labeling packages for shipment. She blogs at Simply Vintagegirl and you can also find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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Jennifer January 12, 2011
Donna @ Comin' Home January 12, 2011

Hi Emily,
I dropped by and added a link no, ( I admit it…several) links only because I’m so excited to find a website with like-minded women! I started blogging about a year ago…and it’s all about Christian Homemaking. I can’t wait to visit some of your readers and to read more of your previous posts. I write all of my posts to encourage women in the art of homemaking.

It’s been on my heart for years. I used to do all kinds of workshops but it is very exhausting to do that. Blogging is so much easier. It started out just a blog to help my two daughters-in-law and my 20 yr. old daughter…and now, it’s become a ministry to women from all walks of life. It sometimes feels just a little lonely though. :o) A good church friend who reads my blog said I should link up here as this was the perfect place to share what I write. I agree!

Thank you so much for you kindness and generosity in hosting such a nice linky party. :o) What a blessing to homemakers everywhere!

PS. I loved meeting Sally Clarkson! (I see her on your sidebar.) I wrote my best song, Let Your Children Dream, because of her workshop over ten years ago. She’s amazing! And her husband writes the most beautiful songs for guitar. :o)

In Christ’s Love,
Donna

Donna (yes, another one) January 13, 2011

I met Sally, too! and loved it as well. But I didn’t know that about her husband. I’ll have to try to find it. Thanks,

dlp

Darlene Schacht January 15, 2011

Thanks for hosting this, Sarah Mae!

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