December 2009

Christmas Break Shenanigans

by Edie Wadsworth on December 31, 2009


Patty and I took our kids to Market Square yesterday for ice skating. The girls and I had so much fun and truly enjoyed their company. I’m not sure she and I would ever run out of things to talk about . We are two peas in a pod—from our mutual love of indian food […]


My Big Fat Greek Goulash

by Edie Wadsworth on December 29, 2009


I have tendency to be a little over-zealous when the New Year rolls around. I want to train for a marathon and read 52 books in a month and reorganize my whole house and take sewing, photography and dance classes. All today. Right now. And I usually set lofty goals only to be reminded a […]


Photoshop and Lounge Pants

by Edie Wadsworth on December 26, 2009


I’m sitting in my lounge pants, drinking the world’s best coffee, in my very quiet house (all kids are somehow briefly gone), desperately trying to figure out how to use my new Christmas present (photoshop cs4). It’s kinda complicated—with a very steep learning curve. Any suggestions? So far, with Cindy’s help, I can make a […]


Christmas Brunch 2009

by Edie Wadsworth on December 24, 2009


We gathered to eat and open a few goodies with my extended family. Oh what fun! taylor and corey and their loot that scream and horrible face was brought to you by a creme brulee flame torch american girl heaven and Marcus’ love for the cheese balls seemed out of proportion to the quality of […]


Things I learned while Christmas Crafting

by Edie Wadsworth on December 22, 2009

craft collage

1. There’s hardly anything more endearing than pictures of little ones crafting. The actual real life crafting is a little more stressful than the photos reveal.2. When 75% of your crafts involve straight pins, there will very likely be screams of pain…..and 8,765 straight pins on your floor.3. There’s hardly anything more endearing than pictures […]


Decking, Wrapping, and Christmas Card Woes

by Edie Wadsworth on December 19, 2009


I’m still decking the halls in preparation for Christmas Eve Brunch (I’m hosting my extended family), which includes a little cleaning, a little table setting, and a lot of snipping from my magnolia, holly and pine trees. It took all morning to clean the gum drops and toothpicks off my kitchen floor from crafting day […]


The Bridegroom

by Edie Wadsworth on December 17, 2009


“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” C.S. Lewis Yesterday, he: Went to work, just like every other day, and tried to make a difference in someone’s life–if in no other way than to relieve suffering. […]


Because we love air smooches at our house!

by Edie Wadsworth on December 16, 2009


and real smooches too. Now that I think about it, we’re a smooch-y bunch. Hope you get lots of smooches today. It’ll ease the stress of all those things you need to do before Christmas! Mu-waaaaaah! And I’m sending a smooch out to my ‘in real life’ friend Patty, whom I love dearly, who’s hosting […]


A Sparkly Christmas Tour

by Edie Wadsworth on December 13, 2009


Welcome to my warm and cozy and very sparkly Christmas tour. This year I have simplified my festive decor and hope you’ll enjoy the lights, fresh greens and the smell of wassail on the stove! Come on in y’all. read more about my door project here the mantle with old bottles, fresh lemon trees and […]


Saturday Ramblings

by Edie Wadsworth on December 12, 2009


I started a bookclub two years ago in an attempt to continue my own education as I simultaneously teach my little ones. We loosely follow the reading list laid out by Susan Wise Bauer in her book The Well-Educated Mind. The reading list is divided into genres and is composed of a sampling of the […]


Christmas Front Door Wreath

by Edie Wadsworth on December 9, 2009


I feel like I’m moving in slow motion. I can’t seem to get anything done. I piddle around with this and that, decorate a little, teach a little, wrap a few gifts, read a little, bake a little and look around and wonder how it’s all possibly gonna get done by Christmas. And what on […]



I have made it my personal mission in life to per-fect the biscuit. You can’t even graduate from high school in the South until you demonstrate proficiency at biscuit making—-so I’ve been making biscuits a long time. But I just took the recipe that was passed onto me and never questioned it. You’re not supposed […]


What I love about homeschooling: edition 1

by Edie Wadsworth on December 4, 2009


1. Going on field trips with 2 of the most well-behaved and fun-loving girls I know. (The Kingsport Ballet performs the Nutcracker—great performance) 2. The spontaneous holding of hands that still occurs, even at ages 7 and 9.3. Teaching the girls how to absolutely enjoy an afternoon in an antique store. (it helps when they […]


Great Advent Resource

by Edie Wadsworth on December 3, 2009


I downloaded this awesome Advent application last year on my iPhone called simply, Advent ’08. It’s a collection of daily readings, prayers, and hymns that correspond to the liturgical reading cycle for the Advent season. One of the things I loved so much about the application last year was the historic christian art that was […]

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