December CFBP – “Baby It’s Cold Outside”

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“Baby, It’s Cold Outside” is the December theme for the COUNTRY FAIR BLOG PARTY!

Who is ready to share their posts about the chill of December?  Maybe you have a great winter time recipe? Or how about sharing your posts about all of the cute holiday decorating that you do? Bring them all to the Country Fair!  (Remember each blog can link-up to three posts.)

We have seen a little of winter’s chill here in Missouri.  We have had snow, which was earlier than usual for us, and have had some temps in the 20’s.  Since those winter chills, we have seen temps back up in the 60’s and lots of sunshine.  If you don’t like the weather today in Missouri, just wait, it will be different tomorrow.

Be sure to check out the other co-hosts blogs and if you link-up grab the Country Fair Blog Party Button that Kelly from Old Blue Silo designed for us.

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

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Co-hosts:

Tales of a Kansas Farm Mom

High Heels & Shotgun Shells

Dirt Road Charm

Tip Garden

This Uncharted Rhoade

Belong with Wildflowers

 

My Favorite Five for November – CFBP

November Favorites Post for Country Fair Blog Party 2014

On what happens to be a very chilly November day, I am looking through all of the blog posts that have been added so far to the November Country Fair Blog Party and I am once again amazed at the array and talent of all of the bloggers who have linked-up.

We have a blogger who lives in Australia!  We have a blogger who lives within a hour of me.  We have a blogger who is writing a series on adoption.  We have bloggers who must be FANTASTIC cooks because their recipes look FANTASTIC!  We have bloggers who are Thankful!  And we have bloggers who are also very giving.

Here are my Favorite Five/Grand Champion Ribbon Winners for November: (Click on the picture to go to the blog post.  Click on the name under the picture to go to the blog.)

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Release Ministries

GIVING: Release Ministries

“Isn’t this like God – long suffering, patient, filled with loving kindness? I almost lost out on a precious gift, sent by God to heal my heart and bring me something I didn’t know I needed. A companion, a healer, a best friend.” – Susan

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Hasekamps of Tulip - Thankfulness: Head, Heart, Hands and Health

THANKFULNESS: Hasekamps of Tulip

“As I prepare for tonight’s meeting and juggling all that makes up our busy life, I am ALWAYS thankful that 4-H is one of those things in it.” – Kathy

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This Farm Family's Life - Harvest Time.....

AGRICULTURE/FARMING: This Farm Family’s Life

“Even though we have had a pretty major hiccup this fall, there are still things to be thankful for: the yields this year are good.  We didn’t experience a drought this summer and we haven’t had any personal injuries.” – Sarah

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Dirt Under My Fingernails - Role Models

FAMILY:  Dirt Under My Fingernails

“And my mother in law takes her joys on a daily basis….her priorities are clear; life, love, and laughter trump order, and everything can wait for tomorrow if there are grandkids to cuddle. “ – Julie

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Food & Swine - Top Secret Kettle Corn

SNACKS: Food & Swine 

“This is the fluffiest popcorn with a delicate crisp sugar coating and a hint of salt.  It is the perfect snack, if you ask me and is exactly like the kettle corn you can buy at the Farmer’s Market, which is stirred in giant drums with a wooden paddle.” – Cristen

There you have it!  My Favorite Five for the month of November.  Be sure to come back in December for the next Link-up.  The December theme will be: Baby, It’s Cold Outside. Have fun with this one!

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

 

 

*Tales of a Kansas Farm Moms – November Favorites

*Dirt Road Charm – November Favorites

*High Heels & Shotgun Shells – November Favorites

*The Tip Garden – November Favorites

*This Uncharted Rhoade – November Favorites

*Belong With Wildflowers – November Favorites

November CFBP – A Time of Giving

Country Fair Blog Party by Country LINKed

Here we are at the first day of November and it is time for a new Country Fair Blog Party! Thank you to everyone who come to the October Party to check out all of the great linkups and to those who added their posts.  So many interesting things to read!

Now it is time to award the Purple Ribbon!  You all helped and it was unanimous!  The COUNTRY LINKED October Grand Champion is – Diaries From the Dirt Road

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Erin’s Pumpkin Roll was a hit!  Now I just need to find a nice calm day where I can attempt to make one.

On to the November Party!  This month the theme is; A Time of Giving – Share with us your posts of Thanksgiving and Gift-giving.  Be creative with this!  Bring us your posts about any type of giving or of thanks.  Have a fun Thanksgiving tradition?  Maybe you took a mission trip and are thankful for the experience?  Whatever you are thankful for please share here at the Country Fair!  Don’t forget the holidays are right around the corner, so bring us your best gift giving ideas or projects too.

Remember all you have to do to link up is to click on the little blue frog at the bottom and then add your post link, not your page URL, but the specific post URL. From there add your email and then chose your thumbnail.  (With adding your link to the party, you are giving us your permission to use a picture in a feature post.) Add the Country Fair Blog Party button to your post so that others know you are partying with us!

To view all of the great posts in this months party, just click on the little blue frog and you will see them all! Check back often because new ones are added all during the month.

This month I would like to introduce you to all of our co-hosts.  You will see some familiar faces and we have added some new ones too! I am so excited that these ladies are co-hosts. We are a unique and divers group who all love the simple things in life and love the country. Please visit them when you have a chance and let them know that Country Link sent you their way.

Country Fair Blog Party Co-Hosts:

Tip GardenJan, the chick behind Tip Garden, grew up a Kansas farm girl. She now lives in the big city out in the South East. She works 2 jobs outside the home, in addition to her favorite “jobs” of wife and mother! She knows what being a busy woman is, short on time, and always feeling 2 steps behind and she loves time & money-saving ideas!

This Uncharted RhoadeJamie, of This Uncharted Rhoade, is a Midwestern girl. 25 years old. She is married to her best friend and is very passionate about agriculture. She has  a fantastic job working with animals and amazing, smart people. Right now Jamie and her husband are fixing up their one bedroom house into a home. She is happiest when surrounded by open fields and cows. She’s been known to exaggerate a bit and sometimes has potty mouth (sorry mom).

Belong with wildflowersCaitlin is a 20-something living on the East Coast of the United States. After a decade chasing college degrees and career ladders, she began blogging as a creative outlet to reconnect with myself. Blogging pushed her to look at what happiness meant to her (and it was found in the most surprising of places). She is learning about agriculture, beekeeping, chickens, goats, herbalism, and organic farming to begin a farm and homestead in the next year. In the meantime, Caitlin spends her days chasing adventures with Michael (lovingly called ‘my guy’ and ‘my beau’),with an awfully adorable fur-little family in tow.

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Danielle was born an Urban Cajun, transformed into a Rural Okie and now blazing through life as a Kentucky Wife. She writes about her life, faith, her fur-child Oliver, over shares about the handsome fella she married and mixes it all in with some agriculture flavor on the (sometimes hysterical, but always honest) High Heels and Shotgun Shells.

Dirt Road CharmTaysha is a Midwestern girl trying to make the most out of every minute and is the voice behind Dirt Road Charm. She has a full-time job in the Ag industry as well as splitting her time with cattle shows, travel, advocating, and family. She shares her experiences and passion with Ag.  Some of her obsessions are cowboy boots, the Michigan State Spartans, the color turquoise,  and bacon…..you can’t forget the bacon!

Tales of a Kansas Farm Mom

Nicole shares about her life on a Kansas farm and ranch over at Tales of a Kansas Farm Mom. Her and her husband raise boys, cattle, wheat, corn, grass and soybeans on their family farm. Her days can be unpredictable, sometimes comical, sometimes heart wrenching, but always fulfilling to those who are lucky to be farmers.
Didn’t I say were and a unique and diverse group!  Enjoy the November Country Fair Blog Party!
Blessings to you,
Laurie – Country Link

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My Favorite Five For October: CFBP

October Favorites: Country Fair Blog Party

Fall.  I love fall!  I love the changing of the leaves, the sights, the smells and the change in temperature.  I love having a fire in the fireplace and the smell of wood smoke in the air.  I love seeing the baby calves being born and the equipment out in the fields harvesting.  I love the fact that the KC Royals are still playing baseball!  I LOVE FALL!

I also love the changes we made and the new co-hosts that have been added to The New Country Fair Blog Party!  You did hear about the changes, right? We changed to a monthly link-up and we now have themes for each month.  October’s theme is FALL, of course, and PORK because it is National Pork Month.  (Who doesn’t love BACON!) We also have new co-hosts, (more to come on them later) who are FABULOUS!!

Now comes the part where I am to pick my favorites that have linked up so far and tell you why.  Here is where I am going to need your help. (Yup, I need some help. What can I say, it happens.)  Would you please look at my five favorites and in the comment section of this post, tell me which one should be my GRAND CHAMPION. You don’t have to have any specific reason as to why, just tell me the name of the post that you like the best.  I will then add the “votes” up and we will have a winner. Who is ready to help this tired, busy, going in two directions at once farm mama out!?

My October favorites are in no specific order.  To see all of the links in the October Blog Party, click HERE.

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Linda from Apron Strings & Other Things

Linda had such a heart warming story of the apron her children made for their Grandmother.  She proudly wore it whenever they came to visit and would even bring it with her when she traveled to their home.  Linda’s mother has passed on, but the apron is still worn and the memories of a lovely lady remain with it.

 “She loved gathering the family, cooking for us and nurturing us all. We miss her so. These are some of the memories we share together as I tie those same purple apron strings around the tiny waist of my youngest daughter, who never met her Grandma Karen.” – Linda

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Jodi from Of Kids and Cows

Is there a meal that someone who you love loves to eat, but you do not?  Ham and beans is that meal for Gma.  Gpa loves Ham and Beans!  Gma will drag out the pressure cooker and fix it for him a few times a year.  Usually for his birthday in November.  He and the hired man are the only ones who will eat it.  When I saw this recipe only required a crock pot, I saved it!  Wow, ham and beans in the crock pot!  Gap is going to love this!

“Our past week has been a chilly one so it was time to bust out some comfort food. Ham and beans with corn bread, yum!” – Jodi

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Lori from Crooked Brand Ranch

Listen.  Do you hear that?  Do you ever just stop what you are doing and listen?  Lori did and wrote a wonderful post about what all you can hear if you just stop and listen.  She hears music on her ranch in MO, just like you can if you if you stop and listen where ever you are.

“This is the music of CBR.  Close your eyes… Listen….. What does your music sound like?” – Lori

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Erin from Diaries from the Dirt Road

Confession time.  I have never, ever made a pumpkin roll or even a jelly roll.  EVER!  I love to bake and make all kids of desserts.  I love pumpkin.  Heck, I love jelly!  This is the second Pumpkin Roll I have seen on a blog this fall and I am going to try it!  Erin does a great job breaking it down and making it look so easy.

“This recipe I got from a great friend of mine. I actually went to her house a couple weeks ago to learn how to make it!! I am so blessed to have so many great cooks in my life! So here is the recipe!!” – Erin

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Kate from Uptown Farms

One day I ran across a FaceBook post by Kate.  I loved it!  I shared it!  Others loved it and shared it too!  With a little (okay a lot) of encouragement, Kate started a blog.  She does not post often, but when she does, look out!  She has a way with words that amazes me.  She takes what is not always easy to explain and makes it so simple to comprehend.

“But at the end of the day I still have everything I really need – a good husband, healthy boys, and an extra 15,000 bushel of grain to dump in the backyard and walk through with my flip flops on!” – Kate

You have seen my favorites for October.  Time to check them all out and tell me which one you like the best!  Remember, you don’t have to give me a reason, just the name of the blog, blog post or the blogger will do.  When the next blog party starts on November 1st, I will tell who was chosen as my Grand Champion.  Best of luck to my all of my FAVORITES!

Don’t forget you can still participate in the October Party.  If you already linked up your three links, here is the theme for November so that you will be ready when it opens up; November: A time of Giving – Share with us your posts of Thanksgiving and Gift-giving. 

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

*Tales of a Kansas Farm Moms – October Favorites

*Dirt Road Charm – October Favorites

*High Heels & Shotgun Shells – October Favorites

*The Tip Garden – October Favorites

*This Uncharted Rhoade – October Favorites

The New Country Fair Blog Party

Country Fair Blog Party by Country LINKed

Welcome to the new and improved Country Fair Blog Party!

New? Yes!  

Improved?  We hope so!  

Still a party?  Of course!

Why the change?  A weekly party has been over whelming for us farm gals.  Between kids, husbands, farms and jobs we have found a weekly party harder to keep up with then we ever thought.  We want to keep the party going and thought the best way to do that is to have a monthly party.  The first day of every month we will post about a new Country Fair Blog Party.  Latter in the month, by the 15th, each co-host will share their favorites in another post.  You may still link up to three posts and you can choose from any that you have written in the past that might fit the theme for that month.

Theme?  Yup!  We have decided to give a theme to each month that we do the blog party.  The month of October will be Fall.  Link up a post about fall decor for your home, harvest, raking leaves, Halloween costumes, a local fall festival or baby calves.  The sky’s the limit!  October is also Pork month, so if you have a post about pork, link it up too.

How does one Link Up?  Adding a link to the party is really easy.  You find the little blue frog at the end of this post and click on it.  The frog takes you to a new page where it asks for the URL of one of your posts.  Be sure and add the specific URL, not just your blog address.  It then will ask for your email.  No worries, no spam! Promise!  Then you will need to chose a picture to go with your link.  Click add and you are Linked Up!  Remember you can link up to three different posts if you so chose.

Who are the co-hosts?  There are currently four co-hosts.  Nicole, Danielle, Taysha and myself.  We are looking for additional hosts.  If you are interested, contact one of us!  You don’t have to be a farm gal(guy) or an agriculture blogger to be a co-host. You just have to have a love of all things country!

Anything else?  Have fun with this!  Visit the blog posts and leave comments!  Interact with the bloggers!  Try one of the recipes or share one of the posts on your FaceBook feed!  Ask questions!  Again the sky’s the limit!

Don’t forget, if you are a blogger and link up a post(s) add the button to your post so that everyone knows that you are a participant.  Kelly from Old Blue Silo designed it for us and we think it is sooooo cute!  Just click on the image and grab the URL.

Okay, I think that is it.  If you have any questions, just let me know!

Here’s to a fantastic new Country Fair Blog Party!

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

 

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COUNTRY FAIR BLOG PARTY #25

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Fall is fast approaching and it is my favorite time of year!  I love all of the sights, sounds and smells of fall.  Seeing the baby calves playing in the pasture, hearing the rustling of the leaves and smelling the crisp fall air are some of my favorite things about fall.  What are some of yours?  Have a blog post dedicated to fall?  Come join us for this week’s Country Fair Blog Party!!  With so much happening this time of year, (harvest, football, bonfires, calving, and festivals), we want to see what fall means to you!  Come share your blog posts with us or suggest your favorite bloggers joins the party.

Last week was again a great week full of FANTASTIC posts!  Thank you to everyone who joined the blog party!

Week #24 Grand Champions:  (Click on the champions picture and it will take you to the post.)

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Dirt Under My Fingernails: The Once and Future Fair

AGRICULTURE:  Dirt Under My Fingernails

“Farmers not only grown our food; they grow our future.” – Julie

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So Much at Home:  Faux Carmel Apples and Dreams of Fall

CRAFTS/DIY:  So Much At Home

“Popcorn, coffee beans, and a mulled cider candle make my kitchen look and smell as if Fall is in the air.” – Chris

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FOOD:  2 Kids and Tired Cooks

“I’ve been searching for a homemade vanilla cake recipe that isn’t overly sweet and this one just about fits the bill.” – Holly

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Kim's County Line:  A Symphony  for the Eyes

TRAVEL:  Kim’s Country Line

“She saw the camera in my hand, another appendage, it seems at times.” – Kim

Be sure and grab the URL for the button and logo that Kelly from Old Blue Silo designed for us.

Now, time to join week #25.  Here is how you link up to the Country Fair Blog Party:

Click on the little blue frog at the bottom.

Add the specific post URL from one of your blog posts, not just our blog address.

Add your email address. (No worries!  No spam!)

Select a picture for your thumbnail.  (It helps if you already have your picture cropped with your blog name and post title.)

Click on Done and then share with your friends!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me

THE LOVELY COUNTRY FAIR CO-HOSTS:

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

COUNTRY FAIR BLOG PARTY #24

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With school back in swing, things have began to settle down here in the Country.  We have gotten some rain, some heat and our first baby calf of the calving season!  The calves are coming and with it comes hide and seek.

This week’s Country Fair Blog Party is going to be fun!  We are looking for your posts about anything COUNTRY!  Country kids, country crafts, country recipes or country living.  Do you wish for the country life?  Find great ideas and new blogs here at our link-up.  Come to the fair and bring your friends!

Now, on to last week’s winners!

*This week was full of great posts!  We had a hard time picking champions because they were all excellent!  If you have a chance go back and look at all of the posts that linked-up and you will see why we had such a hard time.

Winners from week #23:  (Click on the champions picture and it will take you to the post.)

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AGRICULTURE:  Stray Kernels

“Thankfully, I find corn to be an endlessly fascinating topic.” – Rhodora

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CANNING: Belong With Wildflowers

“Feast your eyes on these simple pickles that taste heavenly and take about five minutes to make.” – Caitlin

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FOOD:  Midwestern at Heart

“I thought I’d share how I made tonight’s meatloaf which was a bit different because I had to substitute ingredients I didn’t have for ingredients I did. Let me just say… YUM!” – Nicole

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TRAVEL:  Nebraska Wheatie

“As the afternoon turned to early evening, I decided to venture out into the wide open spaces again. (It had been pretty darn hot!) So, I took a short walk just to see what I could see.” – Tracy

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INDUSTRY: My Other More Exciting Self

“I write about some of the issues I work on in the office on a daily basis and hope that I also give you a better sense of what raising poultry means for the farmers I work for.” – Lara

Be sure and grab the URL for the button and logo that Kelly from Old Blue Silo designed for us.

Now, time to join week #24.  Here is how you link up to the Country Fair Blog Party:

Click on the little blue frog at the bottom.

Add the specific post URL from one of your blog posts, not just our blog address.

Add your email address. (No worries!  No spam!)

Select a picture for your thumbnail.  (It helps if you already have your picture cropped with your blog name and post title.)

Click on Done and then share with your friends!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me

THE LOVELY COUNTRY FAIR CO-HOSTS:

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

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COUNTRY FAIR BLOG PARTY #23

Co-Hosts of the Country Fair Blog Parties; Nicole, Laurie, Tysha, Danielle

Welcome to the first BLOG PARTY from Austin, TX!!!  Here are all of your lovely co-hosts!  That is right, I finally got to meet all of the ladies at the 2014 AgChat Conference – Cultivate and Connect.  Nicole, Taysha and Danielle had all ready met, so I was a little behind on getting to know them better, but we made up for lost time and it felt like I have known them for years.  Thank you ladies for playing a big part in making my time at the conference so much fun!  (Stay tuned for future posts about what I learned at AgChat.)

Since we were all together at AgChat, we are extending a special invitation to those who attended to also participate in this week’s Blog Party.  We want your posts!  They can be about AgChat or anything else.  New to a Linkup?  Read to the end of the post and it will tell you how to join in on the FUN!

Now, on to last week’s winners!  Each co-host chose their own Grand Champions this week.

Winners from week #22:  (Click on the champions picture and it will take you to the post.)

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Kim's Country Line:  Snapshot Kansas:  Sandy Kansas

PHOTOGRAPHY:  Kim’s Country Line

“The three-week Kansas Cattle Drive was in honor of Kansas’ 150th birthday.”

I have been waiting to award a PHOTOGRAPHY ribbon and this post is very much a Grand Champion!

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2 Kids and Tired Cooks: Brown Sugar Muffins

BAKING:  2 Kids and Tired Cooks

  “This is our favorite Sunday morning muffin recipe.”

Kendall will be a 4-H member this year and plans on taking cooking as one of her projects.  This recipe will be perfect for a young baker!

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Kim's County Line: Kentucky Hot Brown Bake: The Brown HotelFOOD:  Kim’s County Line

“They don’t meet Funeral Sandwiches in our rating system, but I’m sure I’ll make them again.”

I have heard of the The Hot Brown, but have never had one.  Now I can try it!

(Be sure and grab the URL for the button and logo that Kelly from Old Blue Silo designed for us.)

Now, time to join week #23.  Here is how you link up to the Country Fair Blog Party:

Click on the little blue frog at the bottom.

Add the specific post URL from one of your blog posts, not just our blog address.

Add your email address. (No worries!  No spam!)

Select a picture for your thumbnail.  (It helps if you already have your picture cropped with your blog name and post title.)

Click on Done and then share with your friends!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me

THE LOVELY COUNTRY FAIR CO-HOSTS:

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

COUNTRY FAIR BLOG PARTY #21

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Welcome back to the Country Fair Blog Party!  We have had some very busy weeks here lately, but I am happy to report that the hay is done, the wheat is harvested, the 4-H County Fair is over and school starts in 12 days.  WHAT!!!  School starts in 12 days!  Guess the summer has flown by.  With summer break coming to a close, now is a great time to get back to the Country Fair Blog Parties.

I know many of you have been to the parties and have seen some wonderful posts.  This week, I was given the chance to name my own champions!  I was very excited to read all of the great entries and hope you like the ones that I chose.  Thank you again for coming to the Country Fair!

Kelly from Old Blue Silo designed our button and champions ribbon. Be sure to visit her blog or FaceBook page and let her know you love her work as much as we do!  Thank you Kelly!

At the Country Fair we award champions and here they are from week #20:

(Click on the picture and it will take you to the Grand Champions Blog Post.) 

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FOOD:  Jay Tried and True

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AGRICULTURE:  Tales of a Kansas Farm Mom

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DIY/UNIQUE:  The Stories I Meet

This week I also want to give a championship ribbon to the blog In Between the Sunsets of Life.  If I remember right, Julie has not missed posting to a single blog party since we started this.  She is an inspiration to me as a blogger, mother and farm wife.  Thank you Julie for your blog and encouragement!  You are a champion to me!

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DEDICATION:  In Between the Sunsets of Life

(Champions grab the ribbon URL and add it to your championship post!)

Now, time to join week #21.  Here is how you link up to the Country Fair Blog Party:

Click on the little blue frog at the bottom.

Add the specific post URL, not just our blog address.

Add your email address. (No worries!  No spam!)

Select a picture for your thumbnail.

Click on Done and then share with your friends!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me

THE LOVELY COUNTRY FAIR CO-HOSTS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blessings to you,

Laurie – Country Link

COUNTRY FAIR BLOG PARTY #18

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Happy National Dairy Month!  Dairy is a big part of the daily food intake of the Country Link’s, so we LOVE Dairy Month!  With it being the final week, the co-hosts thought it would be great to highlight Dairy for week #18 of the COUNTRY FAIR.  All posts are welcome here at the COUNTRY FAIR, but this week we will be awarding Champion to posts featuring dairy.  Link up your favorite recipe that uses a dairy product.  Have a fun DIY dairy inspired project, we want to see it!  Like showing off your dairy cows or goats?  Come to the COUNTRY FAIR!

Want to know more about dairies and cows in general?  Check out Diary Carrie from the blog, The Adventures of Dairy Carrie…I Think I Need a Drink.  All this month she has had a daily fact about dairy on her FaceBook page.   Carrie’s Blog, FaceBook page and Twitter feed are all great places to start.

Kelly from Old Blue Silo designed our button and champions ribbon. Be sure to visit her blog or FaceBook page and let her know you love her work as much as we do!  Thank you Kelly!

At the Country Fair we award champions and here they are from week #17:

Week #17 (Click on the picture and it will take you to the Grand Champions Blog Post.) 

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 FOOD:  IN BETWEEN THE SUNSETS OF LIFE

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AGRICULTURE:  CHASING SATURDAYS

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DIY:  OLD BLUE SILO

(Champions grab the ribbon URL and add it to your championship post!)

Now, time to join week #18.  Here is how you link up to the Country Fair Blog Party:

Click on the little blue frog at the bottom.

Add the specific post URL, not just our blog address.

Add your email address. (No worries!  No spam!)

Select a picture for your thumbnail.

Click on Done and then share with your friends!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me

THE LOVELY COUNTRY FAIR CO-HOSTS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blessings to you and to all Diary Farmers, (for with them we have ice cream)

Laurie – Country Link