Thursday, April 11, 2013

(mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop #65


Welcome to the (mis)Adventures Mondays 
Blog Hop!  


This party is a 
Rules Free Party!!!

Share anything you want!!! We love seeing what you are up to! Be it recipes, DIY, giveaways, hops, crafts, funny stories... they're all welcome here!

After you share, don't forget to take minute to check out what everyone else is up to! You might just learn a thing or two, find a great new recipe, or get a giggle!

Each week's feature(s) will be pinned to our (mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop Board over on Pinterest! Features will also be shared on Facebook, Google +, and Twitter! 
This week's feature(s) is.....


Oak Hill Homestead







Why You Should Grow Comfrey

We used to grow and give comfrey to our rabbits who were in labor to help them. 
Comfrey is a really neat plant.



Now Let's Party!!!!




Disclaimer: By submitting a link to this party, you are allowing authorization for your projects to be shared and/or featured on social media and our blog. All features will be linked directly back to the original site.

Interested in co-host the (mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop? Shoot me an email at bornagainfarmgirl@gmail.com. We love working with other bloggers.

You may also receive a weekly email reminder when the party goes live. Not interested in being reminded? No problem! Just unsubscribe from the reminders, but I hope you will still come by and share!

6 comments:

  1. Thank you for featuring my post Why you should grow comfrey. I didn't know it was helpful to rabbits in labor.

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    1. My father grew it for that purpose and only for that reason!

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  2. Hi, Mindie! I LOVE the idea of (mis)Adventures Mondays...sounds right up my alley. ;) So glad to have found your delightful blog and your party over at Turn It Up Tuesday! Thank you for hosting!

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  3. Thank you for hosting. I don't grow much of anything but come from a big gardening family.

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    1. The only thing better then growing your own, is getting free stuff from folks who do! LOL Less work that way :)

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