My Picks Of The Week/ ‘EOA’ Link-Up #29

Jesse Wilcox Smith~ On His Knee

Welcome to the 29th edition of our weekly homemaking link-up party: ‘Encourage One Another’! Thank-you for sharing your homemaking wisdom, lovely tutorials, and introducing yourselves – I enjoy meeting each one of you. Also, glad to see so many new blogs linking -up!!

Here are the Picks Of the Week: (in no particular order) It is always so very hard to choose… your votes HELP me decide!!

Have you ever wondered How To Marry The Boy Next Door? Well, let Phyllis {Proclaiming God’s Faithfulness} tell you how she did it! This is a great story with lots of truth packed in.

marrying the boy next door, married couple, wedding day

Cindy writes at {Apron Strings And Apple Trees}, and she graciously shares her recipe for Quite Simply The Best Bread Ever. I am planning to make this :)

homemade bread, slided

Anna {Feminine Adventures} recounts How $5 Nearly Spoiled A Perfect Weekend. I am always fascinated at how we look at life and how our Savior gives us ‘more grace’. (James 4:6)

Valentine's Day cupcake with pink icing

Sarah from {Bees In My Bonnet} shares the Biggest Frugal Tip Ever:

child smiling and happy in winter hat

My new friend Clint Baker {The Redeemed Gardener} has something new (really old) for the gardeners amongst us: It is called Hugelkultur: A Raised-Bed Experiment

hugelkultur, raised bed composting, round bale starter for composting


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How have you grown your roots deeper at home this week? What do you have to share with another Proverbs 31 woman today? This could include topics such as: character-building or homemaking skills, cleaning, cooking, gardening, an alternative medicine tip, devotions, a special photo, or any other topic that would be of encouragement to someone. Link up as many posts as you like.

  1. ~Please enter the direct link of your post into the Linky Tool below.
  2. ~ Linking back to Deep Roots At Home is very appreciated but is not necessary.
  3. ~ I am adding the (“like”) feature so you can help me…vote for your favorites.
  4. ~I hope you enjoy the great reading and fellowship!
  5. ~Check back next week to discover who’s been featured and to link-up again!


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~ Jacqueline

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19 Responses to My Picks Of The Week/ ‘EOA’ Link-Up #29

  1. Clint Baker says:

    Thank you so much for making me smile really big this morning! God Bless you all!

  2. Annie Kate says:

    I can’t make it to look at your highlighted links right now–crazy busy day–but they look wonderful as usual. I’ll be back, though!

    I linked up a review of a very worthwhile book. Crystal, the Money-Saving Mom, addresses budgeting in the broader context of a mom managing her goals, her time, her home, and her attitude. The Money Saving Mom’s Budget is a beautiful book.

    Thanks for the link up.

  3. MIRIAM LUIZA says:

    Oi Jaque Line!
    É muito bom visitar seu blog e ler as mensagens de encoarjamento que há por aqui.
    Visite meu novo blog sobre MEDITAÇÕES. Sua opinião é muito importante para mim.

    Hi Jacky Line!
    It’s great to visit your blog and read the messages encoarjamento we have here.
    Visit my new blog about MEDITATIONS. Your opinion is very important to me.

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  5. Awwww, thanks so much for featuring my post, Jacqueline!

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  7. Naomi says:

    Jacqueline, I made Cindy’s bread recipe two days ago and it is wonderful! I ended up with 3 round loaves, 3 rectangular loaves and one dozen rolls. Enjoy making the recipe.

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  9. Lisa says:

    Thanks so much for hosting. Today I’m sharing a post in which I’m giving a garden update in which little was cultivated in the garden while much was cultivated in my children’s hearts. :) There’s also a frugal tip for making your own plastic plant tabs/labels.

    Loved the selected post on “Contentment” as a most frugal tip! I find I save the most money by staying home!

    Blessings, ~Lisa

    • Jacqueline says:

      Lisa, I, too, believe we have too little contentment and would be so much further ahead if we didn’t want so much! Your children are blessed and will thank you for sowing/cultivating into their hearts some day!! Blessings :)

  10. Thank you always for your kind comments & shout-outs on FB, I linked up 5 posts this week… haven’t had a lot of time to link up with the new business! Blessings!

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