History and Home Link Party

Welcome to the 31st edition of the History and Home Link Party, the place for blog writers to share their articles on everything home, history, antiques, and vintage.  If you enjoy reading others’ blogs, welcome!  We’re glad you’re here, just relax and visit as many links as you like.

Having been a bit overwhelmed with all things life lately, including blogging, I’ve been thinking and praying and re-examining some things, and one change I thought I’d try is a change to History and Home.  So for now, at least, I’m featuring the top-viewed link from the previous week.  Y’all let me know what you think and we’ll see if it sticks!

The article shared with us last week that had the most views was:

Melissa’s Antiques – she had some amazing finds!

I still picked some personal features for my Link Party Features Pinterest Board, so don’t forget to check those out, too.

(link is below)

I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to leave a comment on everyone’s posts last week.  We had a death in the family and had lots to do and had to travel, but I did read each and every one of them.  It’s just too hard to type in comments on my little phone.

Last week’s party was a bit of a mess, because my website was down for part of the day last Tuesday.  The good folks at Dream Host fixed it pretty quickly, but I’m so sorry for those of you who couldn’t get in.  Fingers crossed for a better event this week!  ~Dawn

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15 comments

  1. Rita C at Panoply says:

    Good morning, Dawn. I hope matters have settled down on your front so you can feel some normalcy again. I know exactly what you mean by using the phone for any real typing (or linking!).
    I like your new format, and however it works best for you is fine for us – after all, you’re the gracious host, and we’re simply the guests. Thanks for having us.
    Rita C at Panoply

  2. Shannon says:

    Thanks for hosting. There something about those rainbow colored stacked bowls that always draw me in. I have 2 sets, plus our son who went to college bought him some. We love them.

    Shannon ~ bohemianjunktion.com

  3. Melanie says:

    I’m so sorry to hear of the death in your family Dawn. Those are trying times. I feel very similar right now, having 2 deaths in my family in the past month has really thrown us all off. In fact, one of my link-ups this week is mostly about feeling really behind on all things life and business! Hang in there, thank you for continuing to host the party. It is a blessing to so many of us!

  4. Patricia Routt says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss, life can be difficult and sad at times, I think everyone can understand. Thank you for continuing your best through it all, I enjoy your blog and look forward to it everyday. God Bless.

  5. Barbara Ann says:

    Sorry for your loss. Typing on the phone is a challenge when your thoughts flow faster than your fingers can move.
    I love the look and will wait for your next post. Blessings
    Barbara Ann. Etsy shop : barbaraannscreations

  6. Donna Wilkes says:

    If you thought Melissa hit the jackpot last week, wait until you see what she found this week. I like the new format. I hope your family is at peace.

  7. Deanie's Stash says:

    Hi Dawn take care of yourself and try not to stress. We love the party you host each week and whatever works for you is fine with all of us. Blessings & Hugs, Dianne

  8. Candy S says:

    Hi Dawn, Just stopped by to visit. Thank you for hosting! I don’t have a new post to link but I am enjoying looking at the other linkies. Have a wonderful day….. Candy

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