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Worldwide Wednesday and My First Linky Party {Easter}!

This colorful collection of Ukranian Eggs was found by my sister on her trip to Kiev, Ukraine.
On Wednesdays I will host a Worldwide Wednesday Linky Party!
Each week will have a new theme meant to inspire you. 

Today's linky theme is EASTER.  What image can you share that says Easter to you?
I can't wait to visit all your inspiring images.  If you link, please also visit the  two people who linked before you and share your thoughts with them.

(Next week's theme will be mercy if you want to keep your eyes open all week.)

Worldwide Wednesday {Easter}


  1. This is so awesome! I don't think I have ever seen such a huge amount of Easter eggs. Really like your blog and look forward to reading more of your posts.

  2. That collection of Ukrainian eggs is a marvel. Each egg takes so long to make!

  3. What a vivid photo of color! She has the opportunity to see many wonderful sights in the world...thank you for sharing them, M! Here is what I tried to link to, for my image of Easter. It didn't work the other way, so I'm copying it here to see if it will work. It's an awesome youtube video.


  4. The picture of the Ukranian eggs is amazing. I look forward to reading more on your blog. Thank you for hosting an Easter linky party. I hope you have a joyous Easter!

  5. Hi Misty, what a wonderful idea you've had! Wishing you and your family a blessed Easter. Christ is risen. Alleluia!

  6. wonderful Ukranian eggs! we have a large Ukrainian population here and very familiar with their skilled craftsmanship painting the eggs!
    i've added one of several Easter links at FHC ~ Welcome! tea's always on :)

  7. Happy Easter to you Misty - what an amazing photo you've shared! I love your blog and meme and have signed on as a follower - I hope you'll join me at Create With Joy!


  8. What a wonderful place to have found! I do hope you have a wonderful Easter.

    I'd love to follow your blog but I'm really bad at using readers. Could you pop an email subscription no please?


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