Friday’s Photo Blog Hop No. 16



Welcome to the 16th edition of Your Gardening Friend’s Friday’s Photo Blog Hop!

WEEKLY “SPOTLIGHT”: The most popular linked-up post (with the most clicks, or sometimes just one that I choose :) ) will be given the spotlight on the following week’s blog hop.

The spotlight for the last blog hop goes to Michelle Potter at The Sage Butterfly for Garden Gifts – April GBBD.

Spring is full of beautiful and bountiful colors, and Michelle has so skillfully captured the beauty of spring in her photos. Stop by and pay Michelle and The Sage Butterfly a visit.

If you have a blog post that matches up with any of Your Gardening Friend’s categories (see right-hand margin), link up. If you’re new to this site, take some time to click on the categories.

The main over-arching topics discussed on this site are:

- Faith,
- Flower Gardening,
- Food Gardening,
- Food (Healthy Recipes),
- Front Yards (Landscaping), and
- Feathery or Furry Friends.

To be considered for the “spotlight” feature, you’ll want to follow these rules.

  1. Somewhere in your post you’ll need to mention, “This is part of Friday’s Photo” (or something similar to that), with a link to that week’s Friday’s Photo blog hop post here at Your Gardening Friend. (Make sure the link, back to this site, appears on your post as soon as you publish it, not after all your readers are done reading the post. ;) )
  2. Link up the URL to your post, not your homepage.
  3. Photos and content should be G-rated. I reserve the right to delete questionable links.
  4. Please make sure your post and photos do not contradict the faith shared on this site.

Feel Free to also grab the blog hop image at the top of this post, and place in your linked-up post.

If you don’t have a blog, join the fun by adding your ideas in the comments section.

PAID ENDORSEMENT DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.

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9 comments to Friday’s Photo Blog Hop No. 16

  • Thank you for the honor of being chosen for your spotlight. I appreciate it! Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.

  • I’ve been using pliers to make soup broth! I crack those bones to get all the minerals out of them. It’s wonderfully nourishing. Thanks so much for the feature the other week of my post on using hay vs straw in the garden.

    • Holly

      Thanks for linking up again.

      Pliers… I can’t say I would have thought of them as a kitchen utensil, but now that I hear how you use them – brilliant!! :)

  • Thanks for posting, I love your blog, especially the garden food section. I love getting the kids involved in gardening and nature stuff. I came across you while reading bloggingwithamy, great advice! keep up the good work!
    I’ve just launched my blog (a week ago)and hope to have it as organised as you. I’m still at the beginning of blogging so bear with me while trying to grab your button :)
    Have a great weekend!

    • Holly

      Nancy, thanks for stopping by (and the kind words.)

      Your blog looks great! You also figured out how to grab Your Gardening Friend’s button – woo-hoo!!! :)

      Blogging is a lot of hard work, but a lot of fun too. You’re doing great. I’ll plan to stop by again at Rock Paper Tijeras. I look forward to seeing more of your upcoming posts linked up here too.

      Psst… I have another recipe coming up in a little over a week. ;)

  • What a great linky party. I found you through Tayet and her goats.

  • Chris Goff

    I especially liked the use of pliers in the kitchen. Are there any other uses for different garage tools ? Maybe an oil filter wrench to remove stubborn jar lids!!I can see it now, a whole new line of “Craftsman ” tools made just for the kitchen!

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