Monday, May 28, 2007

Your Links

I'm finally catching up to the 21st century and learning to add links. Quite a few people link to me but I haven't added their link here. If you have a site or blog related to homemaking, Victorian themes, tea time, feminine clothing, marriage, etc. and you want it on this blog, please post it here. I do take my time about things so it may not appear right away.

A Game of Chess by Kilburne


Jana said...

My blog is dedicated to encouraging women to find their purpose at home, to become passionate about it, to become content, and to live their lives to the joyfullest. I include inspiration for choosing love in marriage, occasional tips for planning, organizing, and prioritizing, etc.

The Joy Box

Melanie said...

Hi, I just came accross your site recently and LOVE all the victorian pictures. I've enjoyed your posts about living on a single income these are very helpful and pertinent for today. Living on one income CAN be a struggle for many - but it is doable. Thanks.
PS I like your site so much, I added a link from mine.

Mrs.B. said...

I would love for you to link to my blog, thank you!

My blog address is:


Wendy WaterBirde said...

Hi Lady Lydia,

I do link to you in my blogs : )
The main blog is
The cooking blog is
And a collection of table settings/table reflections blog is

Paix : ) ,


Tiffany said...

Here is my blog if you would like to add it and check it out! i love reading yours

Anonymous said...


I read here often and have a homemaking blog.Would you please consider including mine?

Here is the address:


Tamar Gunby said...

Thank you for your site. I have gained a wealth of information and guidance from this blog and believe it is truly God-Inspired.

Tamar Gunby said...

OOps - Forgot to add the blog where I have you linked :-)

Sheri said...

Oh how fun! I have been linking to you for a while and would like to be added. My blog does deal with marriage, modesty, and homemaking often.

Also, thank you very much for your "One income story." As a fellow family on one income, it was very encouraging, uplifting, and full of good ideas! Thanks again.

Cheryl (Copper's Wife) said...

I read your site everytime you post something new! I've been doing so for quite awhile now. I have linked to specific posts on your site and I'm sure I'll do so again!

My blog is a combination of homemaking, homeschooling and really, just encouraging women to love their husbands and their children. My husband and I have been married for almost 29 years. We have four children (three still at home, and two still homeschooling) and three grandchildren (with our 4th grandchild arriving late this week). I'd be glad to have you link my blog from your site should you deem it appropriate. Thanks!
~ Cheryl

Anna S said...

I'm a young 'recovered feminist'; after making several mistakes and seeing the error of my old ways, I decided to promote the path of chastity, modesty, biblical womanhood and being a lady.

If you want to link to my blog, I'll be more than happy. I've been enjoying this blog for a while now. You are such a blessing!

The Story Writers said...

I would LOVE for you to link to my blog! I'd be honored!


Mrs. U said...

Hi there!!
My blog is a homemaking blog. It can be found at

Mrs. U

Rachel said...

Good morning! :)

I am working on my links list as well, and have added you. I enjoy the beautiful articles that you write!

My address is:

Thank you!

Mrs. June Fuentes said...

Homeliving Helper is a wonderful blessing to women and it would be an honor to be listed on your blog. My blog encourages moms, wives to live out Biblical womanhood, cultivate a rich Christion home, raise victorious sons and daughters, focus on a gentle and quiet spirit and gain vision for the legacy they will leave behind for generations they will never see. Its called "A Wise Woman Builds Her Home".

The address is:

Many blessings upon your home! And thanks again for your ministry.

Sharon said...

I have yours linked in my sidebar. You are welcome to add mine if you like:

LinesFromTheVine said...

My Blog is all about big families, homeschooling and homemaking. I would be honored if you would link to me:

Thank you so much!

Julie Fink said...

Ladies of Grace site:

This is our church's web-site for women.

Thanks! Mrs. Julie Fink

Miss Carey @>---'------- said...

Dear Lady Lydia,

In March I began a "blog" It's really quote book. May's topic was prayer, for instance.

I hope it's something you find worthwhile, and wish to link to.


Miss Carey

Mrs. MK said...

Here's a link to my blog about daily life as a stay at home mom to three little boys!

I read your blog weekly!!

Ruth said...

Hi! I publish a magazine for Christian women called Tapestries of the Heart. We would love to have you link to our blog where we post thoughts, recipes and homemaking tips.

Annamarie said...

Hello Lady Lydia,

I run a blog and website for modest clothing and home-making. I have linked to your blog before.


Mrs. June Fuentes said...

Hello, I clicked on the link to 'A Wise Women Builds Her Home' to see if it worked and instead it went to the 'Mommy's view from the fishbowl' blog and just wanted to bring that to your attention so when you had time you coul fix it. Thanks again for even linking us to your wonderful blog!

Annie said...

I've linked to you and am blessed. Here is my blog site-
I am honored. Thanks

Lydia said...

I removed those two links. Please give me the proper links again.


Jennifer Ross said...

I have a website for modest clothing. I designed it for seamstresses who have modest clothing, etc to sell. So it is open to anyone selling modest apparel, and it is free to use.
It is

Anna said...

Mrs. Sherman,

I am not sure if this is what you are thinking of, but I have a sewing blog at I aim to make practical, feminine, modest garments, and to encourage other seamstresses. I link to your blog and would love it if you would like to link to mine.


Mrs. June Fuentes said...

Here it is again:

A Wise Woman Builds Her Home at

Many blessings and thanks!

Miss Carey @>---'------- said...

Dear Lady Lydia,

Oh, dear. I misspelled my own blog! A glance wasn't enough to check my spelling. The proper link is -

I'm so sorry for inconvenience!

Thank you so much for your articles and LAF!


Miss Carey

Kerry said...

An Help Meet for Him
helping wives fulfill their purpose

A ministry especially for wives, features articles to help build strong, biblical marriages.


Jodi said...

Lady Lydia ~ somehow I missed this post. I've linked to you since I started blogging in August 2006. I found you through LAF which, in turn, I found through a dear lady that posts on the Deliberately Christian email loop (Yahoo) for Southern Baptist Homeschoolers.

I have had the joy of being married to my sweet husband for 21 years and am the mother of 5 (ages 3 to 16). We've homeschooled for 9 years. My blog is a collection of devotional thoughts, homemaking ideas, recipes and cooking tips, and pictures for the grandparents :o) because they all live out-of-state.

If you consider my blog appropriate, I would love to be linked to.

The Deputy Domain

Anonymous said...

I too have been reading your blog for some time. If you are willing to link to my blog the address is:

A Bend in the Road

I'm a Christian SAHM, I write about alsorts of things, including our everyday doings, homemaking, Biblical womanhood, etc.

I must get around to adding links to my own blog!

Jane said...

I just started blogging about my life as a homemaker.

I am a Christian Stay at home mom who home schools my four children. God added our youngest son to our family through adoption. We are in the process of adopting again!! We are so excited to see what God has for us!

Paula said...

I would be honored to be linked from your site.

Rightthinker said...

My blog is dedicated to encouraging wives, mothers and Christian women pursuing their high calling of biblical womanhood. I have a lot of cooking, baking, homeschooling, natural medicine, homebirthing and cloth diapering information and stories.

I also deal with many societal issues, and news issues to educated that our country is indeed on a path of abandonment of the Founding principles in favor of Marxism.

My blog is currently private, as you know, but will be public shortly. I'd be honored to be added to your blogroll!

God Bless!


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