Monday, February 09, 2015

Ladies Who Write

Good morning, ladies,
This morning I am sharing the links to other web-logs 
that have blessed me a lot, recently. I think you will agree
 that it is pleasant to visit someone's home.  The internet 
makes it possible to be in contact with people of like-minds and to have good fellowship with other ladies at home.

We are experiencing a very strong and noisy wind with blasts of heavy rain like buckets of water sloshed on the windows. Some people do not like to go out on a day like this, so I am listing some links to visit without leaving 

Thank you to all you who have sent me emails this week 

with gentle reminders to post again soon. Please check the posts beneath this one to see recent posts.  

And now for the web-log list of beautiful and encouraging posts. Please click on each one and have a look.  If you want me to include your blog, please let me 

Simply click on the titles and enjoy!

Decor to Adore published by a direct descendant of LittleHouse on the Prairie fame, Laura Ingalls Wilder.

The Pleasant Times (Lillibeth) - a Valentine collage

MiasLandliv summer dreams


JES said...

Thank you for sharing our blog "Strangers and Pilgrims on Earth" and mentioning the Art of Home-Making Mondays link up. You were one of the first blogs I had ever read and followed... We had moved out to the country (without family and friends in our part of the world) and reading your articles was like visiting with an encouraging friend. Thank you.

Unknown said...

I am looking forward to visiting these blogs, thank you for posting this list. Blessings, Kelly

Sanne said...

Dear Lydia, thanks for the link!

Finding Joy said...

What a lovely selection:)

living from glory to glory said...

Hello Dear Lydia,
I would love to be included on this list of Web-logs...
I have always stopped in and check on so many of your choices of blogs from your sidebar!
I do love to write and I always enjoy reading what you write! I spent a day reading so many of your older posts last week! It was like being in charm school and a Home economics class.
Blessings, Roxy

Linda said...

I am always looking for more Christian home-making blogs. Thank-you!