I hope you’re doing well and looking forward to this new week! I know I’m excited to get started on several things.
About the first of this past week, I got in on an exciting 4500 acre pasture burning in the Flint Hills (more to come about that later!), and then this weekend there was a fun drive through the Flint Hills and an evening spent in Emporia. A great way to top off the week!
So here today, I’d like to share the same verse that I had last week, because it means so much to me and is such a great reminder.
Sometimes I think we all need to be reminded of this..
Basically, how I understand that to be is that if we keep pressing on and doing good, we’ll reap good things back according to God’s timing. It may not be exactly when we think it should happen, but it’ll all end up for the glory of our Father if we trust Him.
We’ve all been told that you reap what you sow, so here’s to hoping we’re all sowing things that are good and uplifting, and that we’ll eventually be receiving the same in return!
Here’s a few recent blog posts on PGC you might like and then you can scroll right on down to find the link-up:
Keriel Dairy Spring Barn Sale – Arts, Antiques, Baked Good, Jewelry, and Cows!
We spent our Saturday morning at the Keriel Dairy Spring Barn Sale and had a wonderful time! They had about everything you could want from arts and antiques, to repurposed and shabby chic items, and then some amazing ribs for lunch and little calves playing outside. It was a great time!
The Top 10 Blog Posts Your Readers Are Craving! (Blogging 101 Series)
This Blogging 101 series is a recent development and we’ve actually started an entire tab up there on the main menu for it. While we’re working on sharing about everything you could want to know about blogging, this week’s post is covering those top 10 blog posts your readers are dying to see! If you’re feeling stuck looking for new post ideas or just wanting to switch it up, this is the post for you!
Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Pound Cake
This cake is so very simple to make with some fresh strawberries and cream cheese, and tastes oh so yummy! You actually make a quick sauce out of the strawberries and that’s swirled through the cream cheese cake batter. Oh my goodness..
10 Things You Need To Be Doing For Every Blog Post
I’ve poured everything I’ve learned these past few years of blogging into this post – All of my steps and tips that should be done for each and every blog post can be found here!
Southern 3 Ingredient Peach Crockpot Cobbler
Who doesn’t love a delicious peach cobbler? And then you add in the fact that it requires only 3 ingredients and you can make it in the crockpot.. How much simpler could it get?
Stacy over at The Preserves Project is on a mission to preserve all of the best things in life.. Family memories, traditions, recipes, laughs, lessons, and love. Hop on over to her website and enjoying getting lost in all of the yummy recipes and fun things that she’s sharing!
And here are this week’s featured posts:
Savory Zucchini Bacon Cheese Muffins – Homemade Food Junkie
Growing Rhubarb in Your Garden – Homemade Food Junkie
Brioche Chocolate Chip Pudding – The Not So Creative Cook
“Creamy” Smoked Paprika, Sage Dressing – KC the Kitchen Chopper
Shakoy (Twisted Fried Donuts) – The Not So Creative Cook
Buttermilk Rhubarb Cheesecake – Homemade Food Junkie
Honey & Brown Sugar Baby Carrots – The Preserves Project
Here are the few rules we have for the link-up:
- The link-up starts early Sunday morning (exact time varies a little!) and ends Friday at noon.
- This is a Christian link-up. All posts are required to be family friendly!
- There is no limit on the number of posts you share.
- This isn’t a requirement, but it’d sure be nice if ya clicked on a few other links and left a comment! (Most bloggers will return the favor!)
- We will be giving away a entire FREE WEEK of advertising on PGC each week, all you have to do is add two links!
- By linking up you’re giving PGC permission to use a picture in your post and link back to your site.
- And lastly, please follow Prairie Gal Cookin’ on social media to see which of your posts get shared and featured, as well as to get updates on the latest link-ups!
So let’s get on to the link-up!