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Holiday Living with Mason Jar Summertime Pies — 19 Comments

  1. What a fun dessert, the beach looks like a splash!!! Hope you can find your way over to share in our WW!!! Have a great day!!! Had to pin the jars to my Mason Jar Board!!!

  2. Hooray! So glad you could come and link up! I love making new friends! I am doing a “Triple the Love” campaign for everyone who comes by my site and links up and leaves a comment…sharing fest coming your way!
    Blessings,
    Shar

    • Most of my boys (the ones under 25 – and that’s 4) – their taste buds haven’t matured enough to appreciate lemony things yet – but Lemon Curd ought to be its own food group! Wishing you blessing – and lemony things – this week!

  3. Delicious on so many levels! Your post is brimming over with the joy of experiencing God’s goodness to the fullest, and with abundant life in Him! May you continue your celebration, and thanks for sharing it with us!

    • God is a holistic God – not one-dimensional – and abundant living God’s way is holistic! Your joy and encouragement is contagious! Thank you for coming by and sharing it with me!

  4. So enjoyed your take on holiday vs. vacation. It reminds me of the fleeting, but good unique gift of what defines summer. Your line “All the intrinsic things God placed in me, make me who I am, bring me immeasurable joy, that I sometimes have trouble fitting into the busy daily” rings so true, as I myself found myself so stressed I could barely breathe at the end of June. Part of it was just this- not caring out what God created for me to do that slows me down and brings me joy. Enjoy your weekend.
    Cheers,
    Leah

  5. Wow…these look absolutely delicious! May every day be a bit of a holiday where we allow ours inner selves to soar utilizing our gifts/passionss/skills!

  6. Those look yummy. Thanks for sharing the recipe. So glad you had some holiday time. I am ready for the same. My son and his wife will soon be home for a visit and time with family makes my heart sour. Blessings. xoxo

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