Encouraging Hearts and Home-- First Bike Ride of the Season

We took our first bike ride of the season this past weekend... and days later I am STILL sore!  I forgot just how many muscles we use when we bike ride.  It was wonderful to be outside though and the boys and I are already planning a few more bike rides.

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Hearts & Home!



The Encouraging Hearts & Home Bloggers

Join your Encouraging Hearts & Home Co-Hosts each week for encouragement and support for your heart & your home. We hope to provide a space that builds each other up and lends a helping hand along the way. With all the negativity in the world, let's shine a positive light!
Linda at Apron Strings & Other Things
Amy at A Nest in the Rocks
***Each week, our co-hosts will each choose our favorite links, along with the most clicked link, and pin them to our Encouraging Hearts & Home Pinterest board. 


The most clicked post from last week's Blog Hop:



A few of my favorites included:


These Spring Vegetable Wraps by Comfort Springs; they look so delicious!!  


I have just recently started getting back into yoga and Pilates and loved these 5 tips from The Kindest Way to Fall Back in Love with Your Yoga Practice. 


Mama of Many Blessings shared this Sant Art Easter Egg craft with us; what a fun and colorful idea.





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Comments

  1. I'm honored that my Fruit Slaw recipe was the most viewed from last week! It's a yummy recipe. The fact that my kids will eat the cabbage in it is an extra bonus!

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    1. I can't wait to try it! It does sound delicious.

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  2. Thanks for featuring the sand art eggs. I missed them last time, and I have a lot of sand that I'd like to use up with my grandboy!

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    1. You're welcome! Isn't it such a cute idea! I had tons of colored sand lying around...

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  3. Yay, I love link ups! I'm so glad I got to participate! We are about to buy my son a bike, he's seven and hasn't learned to ride one yet. I know we are super behind the curve, but he was really terrified every time we tried! This year we are not messing around, he's learning, no matter what!

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    1. My youngest son took forever to learn how to ride because he was so cared too; we finally told him that it would be harder to pedal on the grass but at least he wouldn't have to worry about getting hurt on the pavement and that's what finally prompted him to teach himself and really try. Best of luck to you!

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