Thursday, September 8, 2011

Fall Farm Friend Friday


Well farm friends, after a break from the blogging world these last few months, I have so missed you all and the warmth and friendship of the blogosphere. I’ve decided to bring back Fall Farm Friend Fridays and post them on Thursday evenings. I hope you will join us when you can and enjoy the sharing of great posts and farm loving folks.


All you farm loving bloggers can link up here on Friday’s to share posts about your farm: house, cooking, crafting, animals, gardening, photography and more. It will be a great way to meet new farm friends and see lots of different views and perspectives on farm life. We can’t wait to see all the posts shared, so here are the directions:

1. Post your Farm Friend Friday story
2. Copy the link to that post from your url browser
3. Click below on “Click here to enter”
4. Type your name or blog name in the Linky box
5. Paste the url for that post in the Linky box
6. Right click on the Farm Friend Friday button and do “save as” to your computer
7. Upload the picture/button to your post and add the following link: www.verdefarm.com or
8. Just link back to Farm Friend Friday by posting the link
9. This will allow others to come back here to see all the other posts shared

That should just about do it but if you have any issues you can e-mail us at verdefarms@gmail.com. 




18 comments:

Lisa Sall - Sall's Country Life said...

Oh what fun it is to have you back! Farms, Friends, and Fall...I'm excited!

Tonya said...

So glad you are back!! Missed the fun and great people to visit over at Farm Friend Friday!! :) Thanks for hosting again!!!

Lisa Sall - Sall's Country Life said...

Oh what fun it is to have you back! Farms, Friends, and Fall...I'm excited!

Teresa said...

So glad you fell up to hosting a fall version of Farm Friend Friday. I'd like to invite you my blog to join in "My Seven Links."

Deb said...

happy to see you back...

Michaele said...

Oh goody!! I will be back next Friday.

Dog Trot Farm said...

Amy, I am so happy you have returned to blogging I have missed reading about your beautiful farm, menagerie of wonderful animals, and life in general. Will be watching and waiting for future posts, your friend from Maine, Julie.

Unknown said...

Hi Amy and welcome back to blog land! Great you are back with Fall Farm Friend Friday! We've been keeping the farmgirl fires burning at Dandelion House while you were away! Come by and see me when you get a chance!
Deb

Katie said...

I linked up with my 3 year old's farm adventures this week in fields of pinto beans, corn and a hay field. Thanks for hosting again. I love connecting with such a variety of farms. I've missed the linky party through the summer. Take care.
Katie
http://pinkepost.blogspot.com

Windy Meadows Farm said...

So glad to hear from you...looking forward to more posts to come!

Jen said...

Hello Amy... so glad you've started Fall Farm Friend Friday, thats a tongue twister. I had to use my Thursdays post... I wasnt prepared.

Bee Lady said...

Hi Amy - Well I'm an idiot! I clicked "here" to crop my link like it said, and it downloaded it. ANd I screwed up the first one Number 18 - so delete it if you want. I'm not with it today. In too big of a hurry - but wanted to join in..and I'm glad your back! Maybe I should take a break for awhile...

Cindy Bee

Aimee @ everydayepistle.com said...

Hi. I'm new here. Found you via Katie Pinke at Pinke Post. Read you're from Huntington. I have family in Clarksburg (where I was born) and Charleston. I live in St. Louis, which is not exactly farm country. But my husband grew up on a farm in southern Missouri and still works in ag. The photos in my link up post are from our visit there Labor Day weekend. Thanks for hosting the party. Looking forward to reading more from Verde Farm!

Aimee @ everydayepistle.com said...

PS: Loving this Linky Party thing so much I just posted about it and included a link to Verde Farm. Now I want to host a party too!

Phyllis said...

Hi Amy,

I'm glad you're blogging again. I just read about the baby pigs; how adorable they are! Very cool that Pansy had a successful experience. I'd love to have a couple but I'm maxxed out with critters :)

Carol............. said...

I've really enjoyed being able to visit other blogs by clicking the links!

Carol............. said...

I'll try this next Friday!~

Leslie @ Farm Fresh Fun said...

Yay! I've been away too and yours is one of the first blogs I came to catch up on... Thanks for all you share here. Sure wish I could come get one of your caute piglets! Hope your fall is off to a fun start!
hugs,
Leslie