Home Sweet Home: The Wrapup


The Home Sweet Home Blogathon has come to an end. Well, sort of. If anyone has any late posts, please feel free to send them to Gill or I and we’ll be happy to add them. And here are links to Days One, Two, and Three in case anyone wants to read (or reread) any of our wonderful contributions.

Speaking of which…


Kayla from Whimsically Classic takes us to 1959’s A Summer Place. Is the theme song in your head yet?

Mr Hobbs Takes a Vacation 1962 13 Maureen O'Hara, James Stewart

Rachel from Hamlette’s Soliloquy goes on vacay with Jimmy Stewart and Maureen O’Hara in Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation

Gill and I have been really enjoying working through all of your posts! Home and family are such universal topics and can take so many shapes, so it’s no surprise that people are enthusiastic about this blogathon. It’s very much appreciated.

Heaps of thanks to my wonderful co-host, too! I’m so glad we finally got to host an event together. We’ve been talking about it for a few years now and had a couple of false starts, so it’s cool that this blogathon came to fruition the way it did. We had a ton of fun planning it, and we’re looking forward to hosting another, so watch this space. We might even bring back the Home Sweet Home Blogathon for an encore, or maybe make it an annual event. I have a feeling we’ll never run out of stuff to write about.

In that same vein, here’s what’s coming up in February (click on the images for more info):

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Okay, thanks for reading, all, and thanks to everyone who made this blogathon such a resounding success! A new Page To Screen is on the way…

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