Happy June friends! Welcome to The Hearth and Soul Link Party. This week’s features include Great Things To Do In June to inspire you to make the most of this wonderful month.
Blog posts about anything that feeds the soul are welcome at The Hearth and Soul Link Party. This includes – but is not limited to – family, home, recipes, decorating, crafts, DIY, travel, organisation, book reviews, the arts and self improvement. Basically I’d love to for you to share blog posts about anything that feeds the soul!
This week marked the 65th anniversary of HM Queen Elizabeth’s coronation. Over 8.000 guests attended the coronation, and several hundred were invited to a luncheon afterwards. The food had to be prepared in advance, and both food and refrigeration were scarce in post-war Britain, so the menu was a challenge.
You can find out more about the menu, and taste my recipe for the main course, Coronation Chicken in my latest post.
I’ll be publishing Hearth and Soul a little early today. My husband and I are heading to Cambridge to visit our son and his girlfriend, because Tuesday is my birthday. I’m excited to be able to spend it with my family in such a lovely location! I’ll be sharing highlights from historic Cambridge on my social media channels and I’m already working on some blog posts about this lovely British city.
My friend Pauline Wiles has written three really lovely books about Saffron Sweeting, a fictional village set outside Cambridge. Cambridge features in the books as well and I’ll be visiting some of the locations from them next week. If you are an anglophile and fancy a great read, do check out Saving Saffron Sweeting, Secrets in the Sky and Sweet Pursuits.
Great Things To Do In June Features
Thank you for visiting and sharing last week! I truly appreciate each and every one of you, and comment on and share as many posts as I possibly can.
Great Things To Do In June features include (from top left, clockwise):-
Host a garden tea party with inspiration from Laura at Decor to Adore.
Make an easy DIY umbrella table flower planter with instructions from Victoria at Dazzle While Frazzled.
Save money and make your garden beautiful with these cute thrift store ideas for planters from Chas’ Crazy Creations.
Be inspired to make the most of your garden with A Tour of My Spring Garden by Kathi of Oak Hill Homestead.
Get a head start on healthy eating and saving money with Nancy of On The Home Front’s Cooking From Scratch.
The Hearth and Soul Link Party
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I’m excited to see what you will share this first week of June!