Saturday, July 24, 2021

Saturday Sparks Link Party 432

Welcome to Saturday Sparks 432!

Starting off today's party with a close call!


We have a variety of shrubs bordering our foundation including this dwarf spruce.

One day I was watering the line of plants and as I moved the hose onto this evergreen, a startled bird flew out. 


I spread the branches a bit to see where she came from and much to my surprise found this hatchling filled nest (perhaps house finch). 

Luckily, I hadn't drowned the poor little things!

Over the next few weeks, I was careful to only water from the base of the shrub, so as to not disturb the precious cargo hidden within.

They grew quickly, until one day only an empty nest remained.

Another miracle of nature, another blessing to behold.
 
"If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly our whole life would change."

~ Buddha

Now, let's get this party started.

First up, the Fabulous Features from Saturday Sparks 431.




July's Garden at Everyday Living


Crochet Dog at Annmarie's Haakblog




Old Fashioned Corn Cob Jelly at Little Frugal Homestead


Hawaiian Macaroni Salad at Strength & Sunshine

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 Thanks to everyone for linking up to last weeks party.
If you were featured, please grab the featured button (above) to add to your blog.

Now, onto the party!

Link up your latest inspiring posts such as:

Crafts
DIY
Gardening
Home Decor
Photography
Recipes
Repurposing
Sewing/Quilting

Links are open through Thursday morning.

Features will be posted at next weeks party at Pieced Pastimes and may also be featured at Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and/or Twitter.

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 Party Guidelines:
- Post the party button (above) with a link back to this page or just a text link back to the party on your post - Not required, but appreciated!
- Share your own ideas and photos - not a roundup of other peoples ideas.
- Follow Pieced Pastimes via one of the social media links located on the upper right sidebar. 
- No advertising, Etsy shops or giveaways.
- Pin feature photos to Pinterest from the original source and not from this blog.
- Visit other links and leave a kind comment.

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15 comments:

  1. Sweet birds' nest! Happy they survived!

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    1. As am I, Rita! Have a wonderful week, Suzanne.

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring my Old Fashioned Corn Cob Jelly, it is unique and tasty!
    Melissa | Little Frugal Homestead

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    1. Happy to feature you, Melissa! It was the first time I'd heard of making jelly from corn cobs. Thanks for sharing, Suzanne.

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  3. Oh those sweet little birds! Thanks for hosting and for featuring my July Garden. Happy weekend, Suzanne!

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    1. When I first saw them, my words were "awe" -so yes, they were very sweet, Pam! I was happy to feature your lovely gardens. There is always so much eye candy in your photo's. Smiles, Suzanne.

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  4. Thanks for hosting! Have a great weekend!

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  5. Happy Sunday, thanks so much for hosting and featuring my Berryworld Strawberry Meringue Roulade post :)

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

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  7. Thank you for hosting the party!

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  8. Awe, good thing you looked inside! Happy Sunday, Suzanne. 🌺

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  9. Those sweet little birds! Thank you for hosting us! I brought by some Mexican Corn Salad - so flavorful and easy to make for a quick side. :)

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  10. Thanks for hosting! Have a great week and I hope you enjoy the recipes from Homemade on a Weeknight.

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