Happy Friday! And happy From the Farm Blog Hop Day! I can’t wait to see what you’ll be sharing with us this week! 🙂
I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving last week, and didn’t miss us too much! And it is excellent to be back in the swing of things, again, gearing up for the Holiday Season! 🙂
And to get things rolling, I have chosen Vanillenkipferl from Ten Acre Homestead as my featured post.
These look absolutely delightful and to be an easy and gorgeous addition to any Holiday cookie tray. And no worries — the post includes a pronunciation guide! 🙂
Now, let’s get on with the party, shall we??? This week’s favorites:
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Warmly, from your From the Farm Blog Hop Co-Hosts:
Heather @ The Homesteading Hippy
Krystyna @ Spring Mountain Living
Karen @ Lil’ Suburban Homestead
Tessa @ The Homestead Lady
Connie@ Urban Overalls
Dawn @ Oh Sweet Mercy
Honey @ Honey’s Life
Lee @ Lady Lee’s Home
Christine @ Once Upon A Time in A Bed of Wildflowers (that’s ME!)
My most recent post:
Happy Friday! Today I shared ‘Healthy, Hearty, Spicy Lentil Spinach Shiitake Mushroom Soup’ and ‘7 Things You Can Do To Raise Eco-Friendly Children’ Have a happy holiday! Deborah
Thanks so much, Deborah! 🙂
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