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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Introducing: The Blessed Hearth

Hello my friends,
today I have a treat for you.
I want to tell you about a sweet friend I have made via my blog.

She is a beautiful Christian lady who goes to the same kind of church that I go to and there is a special bond between us because of that.

Faye, at The Blessed Hearth lives in New Brunswick, Canada.
She has a sweet little shop that she owns and runs during the summer months.

...and it sits very close to the Bay of Fundy.

I think I could deal with that view, don't you?

Here she sells vintage item that she finds throughout the year... well as salves that she makes herself.

She also sells homemade jams, Prim style decor items, vintage furniture and many, many more wonderful treasures.

Faye and her husband live in a lovely little summer home that sits close by.

Her home looks cozy and comfy, don't you think?

Oh how I love vintage decor, it feels like "home" to me.

Her blog regularly features photos and recipes of her wonderful homemade soups, breads and other delicious food that she makes.

If you haven't visited The Blessed Hearth yet, then you really should, and tell her that Cindy sent you.
(I have used Faye's photos with her permission.)

Before I go, let me tell you about a giveaway for 
some lovely fabric going on over at 
Home is Where the Dachshund Is.

Have a wonderful weekend and thank you so much for coming by and leaving a sweet comment!



Pamela Gordon said...

That is so sweet of you to post about Faye's blog, Cindy. I enjoy her blog so much and met here a few years ago before we even started blogging. I hope to get to St. Martin's to visit her shop this summer. I wish you could come with me. We'd have a lot of fun I'm sure. Blessings, Pam

Marina Pérez said...

Thanks for your advice Cindy, I'm going to visit her right now.


Carol OurSearsKitHome said...

Wonderful! Off to visit Faye!

Brigitte Peetermans said...

Her house and shop sure look nice. I'm going to look for her blog in a minute.

Yesterday I forgot to join your blog. Today I did: as member number 365 (that's a symbolic number, isn't it?)

If you are interested in a giveaway you can have a look at today's post:

Rebecca said...

You're right! Her home IS cozy and charming and the shop would definitely be on my radar if I ever got to your area.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I will be sure to go meet her, my friend. Loved your introduction.

And I love your new header. That is glorious. Good job!

And I love you and your friendship. Thanks so much for being an encourager. Your words are wise and loving. I needed to hear this more than you know.

Love you,



Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Oh my goodness I agree about that view. I could certainly get used to it! I'm off to check out Faye's site. Have a wonderful weekend yourself!

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Joyful said...

It's always so nice to make another blogging friend; someone with whom we feel an affinity. Faye certainly sounds like a dear and she blogs about things of interest to me too so I will check her out.

Thanks for joining in prayers for Albertans (and southern BC too). So much damage and devastation. They need our prayers and our collective helps. Hugs. xx

Gail said...

I LOVE that view Cindy! Congratulation, I heard your sweet blog was mentioned in this months issue of Romantic Homes. I'm going to have to try and find me a copy. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Gail

podso said...

Well I just wish I lived in the neighborhood, sounds like a wonderful little shop! Thanks for sharing your friend today!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for both links. I would love to visit the home and the shop. Wishing you a lovely evening, Cindy.

Faye Henry said...

Thank you, dear Cindy for the lovely post. I shall return the favor as soon as things settle down. Just another week or so.. You are a sweet friend. Oh, I went to church with Melissa Williams and we had such a chat about you.. smile.. She said you were a wonderful lady and I agree.. xo

Anne said...

What a pretty place! Thanks for sharing it!

camp and cottage living said...

I follow Faye too, but I didn't know where her shop was located.
I enjoyed learning more about her!

Rhonda Sue said...

Hi Cindy, Faye does have a lovely blog. I really like her name too, Fay is my grandmother's, mom's and grand dughter's middle name.

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

Looks like such a beautiful little store...just the kind that I would like to visit! I grew up on the Bay of Fundy, but from the Nova Scotia side and I miss it everyday! Have a wonderful Canada Day weekend Cindy! Angie xo

Red Rose Alley said...

Coming over through Diana's blog. Faye is such a sweet blog friend, and I really enjoy her blog as well.

Have a lovely evening.

~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Sweet post, off for a visit...

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

The bay of Fundy has such a aromatic sound to it. The house and shop look very special.I will definitely visit Faye's blog! Thanks, Cindy, for letting us know about it!

Susannah said...

Hi Cindy, It is so nice to read about our dear and wonderful friend, Faye Henry. She is a sweet woman full of Christian love. I deeply respect Faye and her husband, Terry. I have learned so much from her blog.

If I may, may I drop in here once in a while to visit you? You have an interesting blog, too.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend.


Sharon de Jager said...

This is a lovely cosy vintage home Cindy! How lovely is it when you meet someone who is likeminded not only in hobbies but spiritually as well? Your friend has a lovely home full of vintage treasures. Have a lovely weekend! sharon

Dicky Bird said...

I LOVE Faye's blog too. That was nice of you to feature her - she deserves it for all the efforts she puts into her blog. I had no idea you were Pentecostal too. I can't believe how many bloggers I have started following and later find out they believe like me. Blessings from Ringle, WI.

ScrapbookingButterfly said...

Thank you for giving us a glimpse of a pretty part of Canada...the mini travelogue is inspiring and I shall give her blog a visit to say 'Hi'. Blessings!

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Yep, I could live with that view!

Off to visit her now.

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Hi Cindy!
such a lovely looking place to live for sure. I've never heard of the Bay of Fundy...
I've popped in a few times to Faye's blog... I need to pop in again and say 'Hi"

...have a wonderful weekend.


I think I love Fay's blog, and she lives in a wonderful place, you are so sweet to share it. I will visit her son. Thank you for coming by and I'm sorry I'm so late visiting you sweet lady, but I was away for a beloved aunt's funeral. Big hugs,

Bonnie Way said...

Those are gorgeous pictures - looks like an adorable little place! I've never been to the Maritimes but I'd love to visit. Until I can actually get there in person, I guess I'll just go there virtually... :) Thanks for sharing and for dropping by my blog.

RicKaren said...

I will have to go follow her for sure! How sweet of you to post about it! I love the cottage style and I'm thinking it and the shabby chic may have come out just in time since I have a boy now! =) Smile. Happy Canada Day to you, btw!!!

Betty said...

I've always wanted to visit the Bay of Fundy to see the tidal range, but there is somewhere else there I would love to visit too. Thank you for sharing.
Your blog header is lovely Cindy.

Pondside said...

Such a pretty shop and house! I think New Brunswick richly deserves its old title of Picture Province.
Your lilacs (previous post) are just glorious! I'll bet the perfume is wonderful.

The Mayo Family said...

what a sweet post.
God has already woven Mrs Henry's life & friendship with us and we as you know...are blessed! She is a blessings and we are thankful.
Our prayer is to be able to get to this area of Canada! Smile!
How kind of you to introduce her to others.
I have as well enjoyed my visit to your lil-home on the web.
I will be back!

Kim Thorne said...

Hi Cindy...I am a regular follower of Faye's blog, and what a lovely thing for you to do in posting about it on here. I have taken a peek around your blog as well, and I look forward to keeping up with you as well:) I live a short drive from St. Martin's, and I must say, Faye's shop is wonderful, just like taking a few steps back in time:)


annie said...

I enjoyed your post, I have been reading Faye's blog for many months now. She is a dear! I enjoyed visiting and reading your pages too!

Carla TePaske said...

I found your blog by reading Faye's blog. How fun. It is good to meet you.

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