Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Are you ready to Party? Tuesdays with a Twist

Our news this week...  It was a three day weekend in the US, celebrating Labor Day on Monday.  We spent Saturday afternoon with friends, watching Arkansas Razorbacks win their football game.  Monday we hosted brunch and enjoyed time with family.  The weather remains mild and we are outside every second possible.  I'd love to hear your news!

I am so glad you are here to party today!  There is no limit on links as long as they are family friendly including giveaways, Etsy shops and other link parties.  Please remember to visit some fellow party animals and leave positive comments!

Every Monday there's a party here called You're the Star.  No limit on links to family friendly posts.

And now for today's fun activity!

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Angie @ God's Growing Garden

Each co-host will be sharing her own picks for Features. This gives everyone a better chance of being chosen.  Be sure to check all of our blogs!

Choosing a feature is never easy.  There is so much diversity in the posts shared, like this amazingly clever dessert Zucchini Mock Apple Crisp Recipe

from Heirloom Seed Homesteader!  Mmmmmm...  'Gotta try this one!

     If you have been featured we'd love for you to grab a button.

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We all love comments!  Please hop around and show some love!

The party starts every Tuesday at 7am EST and will continue until Friday at 11:59pm.  Feel free to stop back any time and "like" your favorites.  All family friendly links are welcome including etsy shops and link parties.  Share older posts as well as new ones.  *Pictures should be your own*  No limit on links!

By linking up you give us permission to use these photos (with proper link backs) in our features.

Let's party!

;-)  -Marci


  1. We're back to school, but I've still got one foot firmly planted in summer with my garden!

  2. Hi Marci - thank you for Tuesday's With a Twist. Its quiet with the kids back in school.

  3. Thanks for the party, Marci. I'm sure I have that pretty pink flower in my garden. Can't for the life of me think of the name, though.

    1. Hi, Pam - The pink flower in my photograph is an Asclepias, but I'm not sure which one. Here in Arkansas, the wild pink ones are usually Asclepias Incarnata, but this one has very wide leaves. Common names for us are Milkweed or Butterfly Weed. Does that help? Thanks for stopping by! -Marci

  4. We are still having HOT weather and muggy too so we're actually spending quite a bit of time inside hiding from that.


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