Happy Pink Saturday
Welcome to Pink Saturday.
Please join us in the fun by linking your Pink Saturday post permalink
using the linking tool provided at the bottom of this post.
It's time for each and every one of you to
share your pink.
Linking begins at 3 p.m. EST every Friday and continues through midnight Sunday night.
So, show us your Pink by linking your pink post permalink.
And please remember to include a link back to my blog within your post
so that your visitors will be able to visit here.
Please take the time to visit other participants.
Leave a comment so they will know you stopped by to visit.
Pink Saturday is about having fun!
It gives us a chance to meet others in the blogging community.
I promise it is worth the effort.
You will not only see lots of pink,
you will meet incredibly nice and talented people.
I want to thank each of you that link,
and a very special thank you to those
that take the time to leave me a comment.
It is you that make Pink Saturday special.
We have a weekly challenge for you to visit the blog of at least one
participant that you have never visited. Then next Saturday
include that blog and a link in your post.
Quite a few of you have been done this challenge,
and have met some great Pink Saturday participants.
This week I am featuring Susan at Black Eyed Susan's Kitchen. Susan has been participating in Pink Saturday in April 2009. Susan is one of the wonderful people that is responsible for making Pink Saturday special.
I don't know if you know Susan yet or not, but rest assured you are in for a treat. Susan love collecting so many of the things that most of us love. She has a hammered aluminum collection that always has me drooling, and she has gorgeous vintage table linens. And, as if that is not enough, I wish I lived next door because she is an awesome cook.
Please take a minute to go meet Susan,
and introduce yourself by leaving a comment.
Thank you, Susan,
for making Pink Saturday special.
Susan has written the follow personal message to you.
Susan at Black Eyed Susan's Kitchen
When I was a teenager, I taught myself how to sew. The seventh grade curriculum at our junior high-school did include a home economics class, and that was where I learned for a short two weeks how to cut a very basic pattern and sew the navy blue duck fabric into a stiff aline skirt. Of course I had to learn to use the seam ripper as well, but that is another story.