I have confession to make. I drink a glass of dirty water every morning. It’s not just any dirt, though. It’s DE, or diatomaceous earth. So, it wasn’t hard to decide on a favorite from the list of fabulous blogs linked up to the From the Farm blog hop when I saw this great post from Back to the Basics! If you’re curious about why on earth I would drink dirt – on purpose, even – be sure to check it out.
Just find “Dawn’s Favorite” below and click to visit. Be sure to visit the other great blogs, too. There’s a lot of wonderful favorites to choose from, plus a ton of blogs linked up this week so be sure to check them out! Link up your own blog posts, too…just follow the easy directions below.
Remember, you don’t have to be a farmer to enjoy this blog hop! There’s a lot of great posts linked up here with everything from recipes to gardening tips to natural and frugal living advice. Be sure to come back each Friday and check out what is new on the From the Farm blog hop!
Now, let’s get on with the party, shall we??? This week’s favorites:
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