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Tuesday Turn About #126 Christmas Begins

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Tuesday Turn About #126 Christmas Begins is now live. My Wee Abode is starting the season a little early, so you all can get ready and make plans, too!

TUESDAY TURN ABOUT #126 CHRISTMAS BEGINS

Last week, we actually featured Christmas posts, as well!

I’m ready for Christmas, and I think most of us are!

So, this week, let’s take a look at even more Christmas beginnings!

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This week, I’m dealing with the tail-end of THE virus. 😉 No worries… for me, it wasn’t nearly as bad as my annual bronchial cold (which I haven’t had for two years now). And, I’m definitely on the tail-end of this.

Please be in prayer for my very pregnant daughter who is dealing with the virus, as well. We do not want a baby born while she has the virus. She “sees” the doctor tomorrow so we will see what she says. 🙂 We rest in knowing the Lord is good, no matter what!

Now remember…

Be sure to hop on over to Thistle Key Lane and Bluesky at Home and check out SIX additional features from TTA!  If you haven’t been featured at MWA this week, you just may be featured there!

Weekly Blogging Tip

Today we have a quick tip. After you write a post, be sure to read it out-loud to yourself, even if it’s in a whisper. This will help you catch grammar and even spelling mistakes that will help make your post more reader-friendly!

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Visiting Lancaster County in the Fall, Pt 1 // Family Fave Holiday Nutmeg Cookies

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Thanksgiving Dough Bowl Tablescape | Cozy Christmas Mantel In Red And White

Bluesky At Home

9 Easy Steps to Set a Thanksgiving Table | Pumpkin Ravioli with Sage Brown Butter Appetizer | 10 Fabulous Finds #14

This Week’s Features:

Christmas Stenciling the Easy Way

Fresh Vintage by Lisa is sharing how she created this lovely multi-colored stenciled Christmas sign! Come take a look at how easy it is!

tuesday turn about christmas begins stenciled sign with thermos and holiday truck

Easy High-end Look Fabric Christmas Trees

Aren’t these trees just adorable? And I love how Cindy from County Road 407 shows us how to style them in this container! Check out how you can make these fabric Christmas trees with items you already have around the house! (No-sew!)

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Dollar Tree Farmhouse Ornaments

Want to make farmhouse ornaments for just a buck or two? These DIY Christmas ornaments from Beverly at Across the Boulevard are easy to make and really pack a farmhouse punch!

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Check out our Tuesday Turn About Link Party Pinterest board! All NINE featured posts are pinned to this board each week!

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Let’s start sharing! Because this is a party, we encourage all who link up to visit several other bloggers who have linked as well – comments and pins are a great way to spread the love!

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28 Comments

  1. Great tips and features! I hope you and your daughter are feeling better. Thanks for hosting!
    Shelley

    1. We are all doing better. She just has a lingering cough. If she didn’t have that, it would be pretty good here! Thank you, Rita!

  2. I will be putting your daughter (first name?) on my prayer list. So many things to think about being pregnant…just don’t need this too!!!….Romans 8:28

    1. Yes.. Romans 8:28, Addie! We are resting in Him, knowing that this is for our good, and His glory! Her name is Nika. Thank you!

  3. I’m glad you’re doing better and I hope all goes well for your daughter. Sending prayers for your family, Julie. Thanks so much for featuring my Farmhouse Ornaments! I appreciate it.

    1. Thanks, Marie. Everyone is getting better. Things are absolutely ridiculous with my daughter and her OB. I can’t even. We are just resting in the Lord, knowing He is a good and loving Father!

  4. Glad you are feeling better, and prayers for your daughter to recover as well. My daughter is also pregnant and COVID has been one of my biggest worries.

    Thanks for hosting!

    Niky @ The House on Silverado

    1. Thanks, Niky. Nika is doing better… just the pesky tickle/cough is awful for her! But her energy is returning, so that is good.

  5. Thanks again for hosting this lovely party every week! I know how much time and effort goes into doing so and I want you to know that it is greatly appreciated!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

  6. It was such a nice treat to see my little trees being featured – thank you! I’ll be praying for your daughter and I’m glad you are doing well. But most of all, I LOVE that you know the Lord and know that no matter what, He is still good. You bless my heart dear friend. Big hugs.

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