Meet Me Monday #12

How has your week been?
Are you busy getting ready for a Thanksgiving Feast?
I think I may try a couple of neat recipes for a few simple additions to our Thanksgiving dinner.
Before I share a few of my favorite link ups, I thought I would share these yummy sounding goodies.
Have you heard of the 7-up bread? Tried it? I think I am going to give this a shot! So simple!
                                                                         Source: monstermama-monstermama.blogspot.com via Susan on Pinterest
Paula Deen’s broccoli casserole looks so tasty!
                                                                                             Source: foodnetwork.com via Diane on Pinterest
Do you have a recipe that everyone requests? My dirty rice is a must bring item for every family meal. We will also be “frying” our turkey in our “oil-less” fryer. So yummy!
Can you tell I’m hungry as I post this?
Enough of the food, let me share a few of my favorites from last weeks party! I loved visiting you guys and seeing everything you have been doing! I can’t wait to see more of what you have in store!
My sister and I were just talking about how we would love to find a way to really preserve the beautiful color of fall leaves. The old simple wax paper method still allows the leaves to turn brittle and doesn’t really capture their beauty. So it was so neat to see a link-up from CraftLinky showing how to preserve the bright fall leaves a new simple way! What a great way to implement them into fall wreaths and decor!
How to Preserve Fall Leaves
 Want a free gift box templates? Want to tell me what a template is and how to use them?
Make-Homemade-Gifts.com shared a FREE template at the linky party! How sweet is that? I LOVE FREE!
Free Gift Box Templates
I can’t help but share another yummy goody! Texas Cottage shared a tasty looking spinach dip soup! I am definitely trying this.
 
Romeo and I are visiting my sisters in Georgia. Both are Air Force families so it was sweet to see a link up shared by another Air Force family. She is truly embracing the spirit of the holidays and making a home-made Christmas. I love this thought.
Take a peek at her post on “Emmelyn’s Christmas Present”. 
Now I want to see more of what you guys have been up to.
I can’t wait for everyone to meet you!
Don’t forget!
Party here, then head over to these other great parties!
Meet more people!
Rules to linking up:
~Please make sure you are a follower in some capacity. Facebook,email or just here on the blog!
~Visit the other linkies……at least one next to yours
~Please provide a back link to my party on the post you are sharing or you can grab my party button.
Thanks!

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Comments

  1. These are all great features. Thanks so much for hosting each week. Glad to link up!

  2. I love, love, love fried turkey! How does an oil-less fryer work? Never heard of it. Do tell….

    Also, love your link party every Monday. Good ideas!

  3. Jamie says:

    Thank you so much for hosting another fabulous party.
    Jamie
    http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/

    P.S. I have another giveaway going on right now. Would love you to stop by and check it out.

  4. Libby says:

    I’m a new follower and I would love for you to check out my blog too! Thank you for hosting a great linky party!

    Libby
    http://www.aperfectlycrazylife.blogspot.com

  5. I’m a little late but I made it. Thanks for hosting! =)

  6. Hi Rebecca! I hope the post I linked up today is ok. :-) I didn’t really have anything “home” related but this is very “heart” related! Thanks so much for hosting us!
    Vanessa

  7. Jill says:

    mmm…I’m so ready for thanksgiving…I’m hungry now.

  8. Shannon says:

    I have heard of 7up cake, but not bread.
    Thanks for hosting =) Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  9. Maury says:

    Thanks for the invite! I’m glad it’s still open!

  10. Noreen says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my fall leaves and greeting card gift box templates! And thank you for hosting link parties so we can all see each others’ creativity.

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