History and Home Link Party

It’s time for week # 38 of the History and Home Link Party, the place for bloggers to share their stories about:

  • home decor
  • home DIY
  • antiques and vintage finds
  • history and historic places

I’m so glad you’re here to share and read along!

If you missed yesterday’s partial tour of a private daylily garden that’s been 40 years in the making, be sure to check that out, and parts 2, 3, and 4 will be coming during the rest of this week.  Just follow the navigation at the bottom of this post.

Last Week’s H & H Party

We had a bit of history…

From Rita at Panoply

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And we had a bit of home…

From Luanne at Cozy Creative Life

Thanks to everyone who shared such wonderful things last week!

I have a question for y’all!  This party has always started on Tuesday at 5am Eastern time (US).  I now realize that’s an unusual time for a link-up to begin.  I was such a newbie at blogging when I started this… 😉  Would y’all prefer a different start time?  Monday afternoon or evening, maybe?   Later on Tuesday?  Let me know in the comments!

 Now let’s see what you’ve been working on for this week.  Y’all take care ~

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17 thoughts on “History and Home Link Party

  1. Thank you, Dawn, for featuring my post on the Greenbrier – it prompted me to share the follow up post. Love your history and junk (I mean that in a good way!) at your party. It’s fun to be here, thanks for hosting.
    Rita

  2. Hi Dawn, your starting time is fine for me – i usually share my vintage/thrifty finds here which i publish on a friday (EEST Helsinki time) and i always find your link-up still open, which is great! this week i’ll share another post too, the last bit about my chair up-do 🙂 thanks a lot for hosting x

  3. I never thought much about the timing of linky parties until someone recently told me that you have to be in the first ten linkers or no one will read your post. That’s why I like parties that rotate the links — I’m often a late-to-the-party kind of girl. 🙂 Thanks for hosting, Dawn.

    1. I agree with Jennie, I frequently come home from work and just collapse on the couch and sleep until it is time to go to bed. It is really hard for me to get a post together lately and even more difficult to be able to link to some of the parties in a timely manner. I do not use the internet at work and after a 10 to 12 hour day I am whooped.

  4. I don’t mind when it starts but think it would be nice if it stayed open for the whole week until the next link-up was ready. 🙂

  5. I think the time is good. When I link up I have to do it before work. That makes early morning a perfect time for me. I promise I will link up a post next week.

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