Tuesday, February 21, 2012

A New Blog Worth Visiting

I recently received an email from a new blogger asking about the leaded glass window in my master bath.  Her name is Nancy and her blog is called The Natural Ingredient.

Nancy describes herself this way, "I love all things in their natural state and am inspired but it's simple beauty."

She has just begun blogging, but she has some wonderful topics in mind.  If you love learning more about:
(all photos on this post from The Natural Ingredient Blog)

Bee Keeping


Organic Bread Making


Rush Seat Weaving

Or just see the beauty of nature in snow...go visit Nancy at The Natural Ingredient.

Nancy has been organic all of her life.  She is a massage therapist too.  She plans on posting all about living organically including posts on "things ranging from when and how to spray trees to what's the best herb for PMS and so on".

Sound interesting?  I think so!  Head on over and make Nancy feel welcome.  You can click, here to go to her blog.  Tell her Penny sent you.  Sign up as a follower on her blog so you don't miss any post!
Welcome Home,
Penny

23 comments:

Sarah said...

Thanks, Penny. I'm off to visit Nancy. Sounds great!

Oh, I love red also. Seem to have a lot of it here in various rooms. ;-)

Deserae said...

It does sound interesting! I'm off to visit her now!!!! Thanks for sharing :o)
~Des

Kathleen Grace said...

Thanks for the advice Penny, all of those things sound really great and all are things that interest me. I'm heading over now:>)

Angie said...

Thanks, Penny! I live finding new blogs so I'm off to visit!

Angie
http://oliveandwhite.blogspot.com/

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

Thanks Penny. I'm off to check her blog out. Wish I had known how to repair my rush seating when I had my Hitchcock chairs. Old chairs are always letting go of something on their woven seats.
Sam

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

this is great Penney, thanks s much.
I too have studied and used herbs for 25 years so I am headed right over. Its rare I find anyone wh can discuss such issues.

xoxo
Sonny

Beverly said...

Thanks for the introductory link, Penny. I will visit.

Kat said...

You are right! A great blog. Thanks for the tip.

Rose H (UK) said...

Thank you Penny, what a great blog!

camp and cottage living said...

Penny
It does sound like an interesting blog. I'll drop by to say hello.

Vee said...

Thanks for the suggestion! Enjoy that 74 degrees tomorrow! It's 42 here, which is very mild and pleasant all things considered.

April said...

Will do...I always love meeting new blogging friends!

Goose Hill Farm said...

Heading over now! :)

Blessings~
Laura

Sherri said...

I will have to check her blog out! Sounds very interesting.

Kelly said...

thanks for the suggestion. I always like finding another good blog to read. Hers sounds very different and interesting. I'll go check it out.

thistlewoodfarm said...

Thanks for the introduction! I am off to visit!

Have a blessed day.
karianne

PS I am very interested in the beekeeping posts.

Blondie's Journal said...

Thanks so much...I paid a visit to her blog and love it!

XO,
Jane

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh how fun, I will definitely go visit. You asked where I got the cow, it was at Hobby Lobby. Thanks for the sweet comments. Hugs, marty

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Thanks so much for the intro Penny!
Will go there now!
xox
A

Mimi Sue said...

Looks like a great blog. Thanks for sharing her with us. Red is definitely a sneaky color. I've got it just about everywhere. Mimi

see you there! said...

Thanks for the link Penny. I visited and thought it looked interesting.

Darla

Pat said...

Thanks for featuring Nancy's new blog, Penny. I will definitely pay a visit!

Andrea at Opulent Cottage said...

You know that this one is right up my alley! Headed over to see her now,
xo, Andrea