Welcome to the Creative Me Linky Party! I’m in heaven here. The weather is gorgeous and fall-ish this weekend! I love it! Can’t you just taste fall? Or maybe it’s that Pumpkin Spice Latte you’re tasting. I haven’t had my first of the season yet, but you better bet I will soon.
Incase you haven’t visited The Southern Institute in the past few days then let me tell you about a campaign I’m a part of with Matt Damon and Water.org. A group of bloggers (myself included) are raising money for Water.org to bring clean water to Haiti. They desperately need it, my friends! If you can help by donating any amount we would so greatly appreciate it. If not, would you consider tweeting about the campaign? Or sharing it on Facebook? I’m posting about the campaign for 10 days total, and so far we have raised almost half of our goal of $2500 combined! 42 people will have clean water for life thanks to generous people like you!
Here’s a ready made tweet for you:
#10days10livesTML… Change a life today with @Water http://give.water.org/f/10daychallenge/
Now, onto the party! This week’s featured blog is Mom On Timeout who linked up these DELICIOUS looking Shrimp Quesadillas. I know you want to try these, they look amazing!
YUM! Thank you all for linking up last week. You continue to make this a fabulous linky party! Don’t forget to visit a couple other links after you link up and encourage another blogger… make them smile!
I love seeing what you all are creating! So now it’s your turn…
Just a few guidelines for linking up. Please:
- Follow The Southern Institute and display the Creative Me button somewhere in your post or on your blog. This puts you in the running for the featured spot. You can find the button codes under the About tab in the navigation bar.
- Don’t have anything new? Show us something from your archives…old to you is new to us!
- You can link up as many things as you’d like, the more the better your chances of being the featured link next week!
- Visit at least two other blogs and leave some comment love. We are a community that supports one another, right? Right?
- You can link up your shops as long as you sell handmade goods. (I also have advertising and sponsored posts available here on the blog if you’re interested.
Don’t forget to grab and proudly display the “featured” button if you’re project has been featured at The Southern Institute.
Have a wonderful week everyone!