Welcome to “After My Coffee!” Blog Hop Linky Party!

by Phyllis Sather on March 26, 2015

 

 

This is a new venture for me. I’ve participated in a lot of linkys but never helped host one before.

We’ve tried to make the Rules simple: 

  1. Family friendly, Devotional, Homemaking, Homesteading, or Homeschooling posts from Bible Believing sites.
  2. Please link up only ONE POST url, not your basic site url.  (ie.. http://www.yoursite.com/post-name/).  It can be an OLD post.  Anything fun you’d like to share.
  3. Share and comment on at least ONE other link. Following and linking back is appreciated, but not required.  (If I find you are NOT doing this, you will be banned.)
  4. By linking, you are giving the hostess permission to use an image from your post.(Please make sure you own them.  I don’t want to be hit by the blogmom-police!)

My favorite post from last week:

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Happy Birthday Dear Eric,

Happy Birthday to You…

Death By Chocolate

Death By Chocolate recipe

Yesterday was our son’s birthday and he chose one of our all time favorite desserts for his birthday cake.  I couldn’t resist sharing it with you today. It is beyond easy to make and never fails. As you can see, it is also extremely attractive and delicious looking.

He also wanted BBQ ribs. Continue reading…

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