All Things Bright and Beautiful Link-up #2

Blessings as we bid farewell to April and make room for May!

It’s time for an “Encore Performance” of your best posts this month at All Things Bright and Beautiful! What have you to share with us this month?

ATBB link up button

All Things Bright and Beautiful @ The Writers Reverie

Link posts that illustrate bright and clever ideas that make your world more beautiful. This might be a DIY before and after, a homespun recipe, a crafting tutorial, a visually beautiful home décor vignette, design, vintage find, teatime or tablescape, or a work of art that you have featured. Perhaps you’ve been on vacation and have created a post with some of your best photos from the gorgeous landscapes you saw. This would include nature photography and memes. If it is full of light and beauty – this theme verse is for your post!

All Creatures Great and Small @ The Writers Reverie

Link posts that tell stories about our animal friends. This is where we share an interesting antidote about our pets – cats, dogs, horses, goats, birds, etc. It is a great place for features about bird life in the garden – did you post something about some interesting visitors to the feeders this month? Share it as a highlight reel here. Photography capturing wildlife and original memes featuring animals with inspirational quotes is perfect for this verse theme.

All Things Wise and Wonderful @ The Writers Reverie

Link posts of a Christian devotional nature here. Explore Bible verses and teachings or personal reflections that inspire others to seek God. Truly – words and images that move us towards a deeper understanding of the love of God in Jesus Christ for us is, indeed, “Wise and Wonderful.” Anything relating to living out the Christian life according to Biblical Principles is what this verse theme is all about.

The Lord God Made Them All @ The Writers Reverie

Link posts sharing stories about the people you love – spouses, children, grand-children and special friends. But, remember – the Lord God made them ALL – so this is also a good place for stories about ALL people. For instance, stories about ministering to other people in your town, through a charitable mission or perhaps an overseas ministry helping the less fortunate. Celebrating grandma’s 90th birthday? God bless her – share the post about it.

Follow the criteria for linking up and you’re on your way:

  •  Link your post using the specific URL address of the post you’re linking only.
  •  You may link more than once up to four times – one each under each verse theme.
  •  Be sure to put a link to the All Things Bright and Beautiful (ATBB) Link-up in your post. You can list it as a link or include my button made especially for the link-up.
  •  Feature the ATBB button in your side-bar.
  •  Leave me a comment after you link-in.
  •  Visit at least one other blogger linking in and encourage them with a comment.
  •  Optional: Share the ATBB Link-up where you’re featured on your social media outlets.
  •  Please do not link sales related posts. If your post includes a link to your Etsy shop or shares news of your latest book publication in the context of the story, that is fine – but the post should not be about selling products or services. Posts shared should be about enriching the heart, mind, soul and spirit of our readers.
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About Miss Kathy

"I teach families how to restore their God-given authority as the primary educator in their child’s life through the experience of reading together as a family. Learn how to use literature to create teachable moments, build strong minds, and bind loving hearts."

Kathryn Ross, writer, speaker, and dramatist, ignites a love of literature and learning to equip young and old towards developing a Family Literacy Lifestyle—reading together, learning together, loving together. Her works challenge families to deepen their literacy skills and grow into the greater things God has purposed for them. She’s taught in Christian and homeschool circles, trained in the Principle Approach® through the Foundation for American Christian Education. Miss Kathy owns Pageant Wagon Publishing, producing homeschool enrichment materials, devotional works, study guides, and theatrical dramas for church, school, and community production. She podcasts at and blogs at


  1. I’ve looked forward to this! I’ll link up tomorrow morning first thing! Enjoy your evening my friend! Hugs, Diane

  2. Hi Kathryn,
    I just posted the link to my Vintage Fashion post. I’m sorry that I somehow missed the instruction to add the category (All Things Bright and Beautiful.) I didn’t realize until I saw how the other posts were titled. Ooops, oppps, ooops!
    I will do better next time.
    Thanks for reading my post on the Over 50, Feeling 40 Blog Hop. And for telling me about your link sharing. I look forward to reading lots of wonderful stuff!

  3. Well…. I hardly wrote a thing this month, which is just as bad as last month. I WANT to write. I just haven’t been able to do anything that I thnk is worth sharing once, let alone giving an encore performance.


    I really, really, (did I say REALLY?) love the idea for this linky party, though. I think a lot of others will like it too. Therefore, I am going to link my most recent post from Sunday. It’s not that I think it’s all that great, but…

    Next month, I will keep this in mind all month. I am hoping that it will INSPIRE some yakabouts.

  4. Greetings Sister – I’m looking forward to meeting some new friends this month.

  5. Hi I found out about your blog from Diane at Lavender Dreams…I linked up my Hyacinth photos..
    Not sure if I linked up correctly sorry if I miss read your directions.
    Thank you for hosting

  6. Great party Kathy! Thanks so much! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  7. Love this new link-up, Kathy! I waited eagerly for it all month! Really enjoy reading other blogs – it’s like a tea party on the internet!



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