Welcome to “Think Tank Thursday” #101
Welcome to the Think Tank Thursday party!
This is a party with my real life sister, Carrie, from…
We want our link up to be a place to share,
and be inspired, and when you link up here,
it also shows up on Saving 4 Six, so you get twice the exposure.
Plus, we each choose different features so it doubles
your chances of getting featured!
We are thankful that you take the time to stop by and share with us!
Here are a few favorites from last week:
Navajo Taco from The Pin Junkie
Made with a yummy looking fry bread!
Oven Baked Scrambled Eggs by Ten at the Table
Who knew you could scramble eggs in the oven, great idea for a crowd!
Washing and Drying Hats by Growing in Grace
What a cool tip to keep their shape!
15 Safety Tips for Halloween by Let It Shine
My neighborhood is mobbed on Halloween, and I wish everyone would be mindful of these tips!
Copycat Panera Mac ‘n Cheese found at
Best of Long Island and Central Florida
I had to share this, since it’s my nine year old’s favorite!
Thank you for sharing. Grab a featured button if you like!
Ok, on to this week’s party. Feel free to link up anything
family friendly that you’ve made.
Please no Etsy shops, giveaways or advertisements.
A link back to one or both of our sites would be appreciated,
either with a text link or blog button.
Grab a button and let’s get started.
We look forward to featuring a few favorites each week,
and remember that by submitting a link, you are allowing us
authorization to feature your fabulous work. We will always provide
a photo and link back to the original post.
I am honored to have my post featured at Joyful Homemaking. Thanks so much.
And thank you for hosting each week.
Best wishes, Darlene
You’re so welcome, some needed tips for Halloween!
Thank you for all of your work to make this link up possible each week!
Today I’ve shared “Homesteading – The Chickens” which is pt. 2 to how we started homemaking in a barn. This time we had to make room for the chickens!
Please let me know if it would be OK to share my other post. I didn’t share it yet because it might have seemed like an ad. It’s letting everyone know about the Natural Cures Movement free on-line presentations next week. There’s no cost or anything just an opportunity for a whole week of learning about natural health remedies and methods for healing! As a CNHP and a homemaker I think it is a must-see to learn how to do so much of our own doctoring at home. We’re all about DIY! I also have our kids watch many of them as part of health ed. for homeschooling!
Thanks again & I pray that each of you harvest God’s autumn blessings this week!
Thank you for your kind words, you are more than welcome to share whatever as long as it’s family friendly! 🙂