Welcome!

A hearty welcome to all of you stopping in today courtesy of Elizabeth’s lovely review of my book at In the Heart of my Home.  I’m honored you could be here and hope you enjoy “meeting” us! 🙂

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32 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Thank you to Elizabeth to introducing you to me. 🙂 I look forward to reading your book — always looking for good reads and even better to be Catholic. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Visiting from Elizabeth’s site and am so glad I have stopped by for a visit. Hello to you and congratulations on your book.

  3. Hi just stopped by to meet you and look around. Im looking forward to reading your book.

  4. excited to meet another catholic family blogger through elizabeth’s site–this mama is always looking for inspiration, guidance, and a sense of not being alone in those crazy at-home moments.

  5. I have a dream of owning a self sustaining hobby farm someday as well, but can’t seem to keep any plants I currently own alive right now. I think I have a lot of learning to do before God will let that happen. 🙂 It’s great to “meet” you!

  6. Colleen–Amen! That is how I found ELizabeth’s site four years ago. I wanted to know I wasn’t alone! 🙂

  7. I have a lot of learning to do too. I think that’s why God put us in a place where we couldn’t have chickens yet. 😉 Nice to meet you as well!

  8. I don’t think I can wait for the autographed book!! I will probably order it on kindle. Genius for having Elizabeth review your book. I agree with all of her recommendations! 🙂

  9. Hahahaha…I am not going to complain if you order it on Kindle, that’s for sure. 😉 And it was more Guardian Angel than Genius, I think. 🙂 Thanks for stopping in.

  10. Hello! I am visiting from Elizabeth’s blog. I hope to read your book soon! I am a Catholic homeschooling mom that loves Jane Austen, J.R.R. Tolkien, and knitting! 🙂

  11. “I am a Catholic homeschooling mom that loves Jane Austen, J.R.R. Tolkien, and knitting!”

    Wow! Then we are in good company! 🙂 Thanks for visiting today.

  12. Nice to “meet” you. I’m a Catholic homeschooling mom and I’m really looking forward to reading your book. 🙂

  13. I loved the idea of your book. My sister went through a similar situation. I would love to read it!

  14. Uh oh! Whenever I hear that–and you’re not the first–I feel compelled to add the caveat that all resemblance to persons real or imagined is purely coincidental. 😉 Now I’m curious as to what your sister is doing right now! 😉 Thank you for visiting.

  15. I’m so glad to hear it, Emily! Thank you! 🙂

    Your blog looked very familiar to me, and it turns out I’ve had your “Lenten Cleaning List” in my bookmarks folder for ages! I keep trying to do that in my house, so here’s hoping for me to be less lazy next Lent! 😉

  16. I clicked here out of curiosity from LMLD, saw this post, clicked over to ItHoMH to read the review, and now I’m back! I’m waiting for the next Amazon order that comes in “slightly less” than the required $25 to add your book to the to be read pile.

  17. Ah, you do that, too? 😉 It’s like a guilty indulgence for me to see that “wait, you only need to spend $8.34 to earn Super Saver Shipping!” and then I sit pondering whether to spend the money on postage or on a book. Book wins, every time. On the plus side, the kids have a lot of nice books to read! On the downside, I almost have to give up Amazon for Lent. 😉

  18. Thank you, Kimberlee! I’ve often visited your blog and I’m honored to see you here. 🙂

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