Welcome to the Grace at Home party, where we celebrate all the ways we make our homes places of grace. I'm so glad you're here!
Here are some links from last week's party that I think you'll enjoy.
St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner now, so I was tickled to see this darling St. Patrick's Day tablescape from Rita at Panoply. Check it out--you're sure to find some ideas for your own St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
If you're looking for a fun St. Patrick's Day treat for kids, look no further: Brandie from Home Cooking Memories shows us how to make these darling lime sherbet floats. What a great idea!
If you're like me, you're always looking for new weeknight dinner ideas. I was tickled to see this recipe for One Pot Cheesy Italian Goulash from Erin at Delightful E Made.
Here's an unusual post I think you might like to read. Sweet Debbie from Debbie-Dabble is wondering if it's worth it to continue blogging. Truly, blogging has changed so much over the years; it's really not what it used to be! Debbie's presence in the blogging neighborhood is delightful. I think you'll enjoy this post.
Last but certainly not least, I was inspired by this post from Dr. Michelle Bengtson: Your Pain Is Never Wasted. No platitudes, no dismissal of pain. This is good.
A big thank you to everyone who joined last week's party! I'm so grateful for each person who links up each week. If you've been featured, feel free to grab the "I was featured" button. I'd be so proud if you displayed it!
Now for this week's party! Grace at Home is a place for you to share anything related to making your home a place of grace. I invite you to link posts about
- DIY projects
- homemaking tips
- soul care
Whatever you do to make your home a place of grace, I'd like to hear about it. Here's what I ask of you. Please include the permalink to your post, not your blog's home page. Please let people know that you've linked up. No more than three posts per person, please. Note that if you link a post here, you are giving me permission to share your post, including a photo. And visit at least one of the other party participants--that's what really makes it a party!