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Holiday Tablescapes 2012

by Edie Wadsworth on November 29, 2012

I wasn’t even gonna post about my Thanksgiving tables because let’s be honest, y’all have moved on and are knee deep in Christmas decor.  But then I remembered that the beauty of using non-traditional colors is that you can use them for any occasion.   I think I may just use the same ideas for […]

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Christmas in Dixie

by Edie Wadsworth on December 25, 2011

To all our beloved friends and family who have seen us through this year of tragedy and rebuilding—-we are so thankful for you. Your thoughts and prayers and words and meals and gifts have meant more to us than you will ever know. We celebrate with you God incarnate, come in the flesh, to bear […]

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The Nutcracker 2011

by Edie Wadsworth on December 18, 2011

I’m not sure I can convey the sheer joy of watching my ballerinas perform this weekend in a  wonderful and classic rendition of  The Nutcracker.   I was teary eyed more than not.  And I breathed a huge sigh of relief when Emme finished her last dance as Clara.   This stuff is hard on […]

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Christmas Cheer::Appetizers (link party!)

by Edie Wadsworth on December 4, 2011

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Welcome to the party! Merry Christmas Y’all! This is a party of appetizers. You share (with links or pictures) your favorite appetizer recipe(s) for Christmas and then link up here (to your blog or Facebook page) so we can all get some new ideas for fabulous starter food. If Thanksgiving food is all about the […]

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Thanksgiving 2011

by Edie Wadsworth on November 27, 2011

Thanksgiving in the new house was perfect in every way!   The weather was mild enough that the young adults sat on the porch to eat and then enjoyed the fireplace afterwards. Caiti was a huge help this year and did lots of cooking and helping! (Thank you sissy) I have the most wonderful family […]

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Give Thanks

by Edie Wadsworth on November 22, 2011

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So, how long have you and I been going steady? Like 3 years, I think? Well, except for that time you broke up with me when I posted about Loretta Lynn. And okay, the mullet made you a little uncomfortable.   And the bluegrass. But all and all, we’re pretty solid, you and I.  I […]

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Bohemian (Rhapsody) Thanksgiving Tablescape

by Edie Wadsworth on November 20, 2011

I always host Thanksgiving for my family. I love hosting Thanksgiving. It’s one of my favorite days. I’m scrambling this year because it dawned on me (2 days ago) that I don’t have all my serving platters anymore. Or rather, it dawned on me  that I don’t have ANY serving platters anymore.  Blasted fire. Nor […]

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Our Christmas Journey 2010

by Edie Wadsworth on December 13, 2010

I’ve joined The Nester’s Christmas Tour both in 2009 and in 2008. I love that girl.  She  gives me a goal for finishing my decorating. I haven’t finished decorating yet, despite her promptings but I’ve decided to tell you about my Christmas journey anyways. This year has been different for me.    This is my first […]

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Thanksgiving 2010

by Edie Wadsworth on November 27, 2010

the kids table…. dear dacor range, how did I ever live without you? the big kids table… parker House Rolls, ten years running my reason for living happy-tizers a few of my favorite people step away from the chocolate-orange dream cake right out of the oven a few more people I love…. the feasting begins […]

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Skirted Table Dessert Buffet

by Edie Wadsworth on November 23, 2010

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I’m not gonna lie, it’s hard to host anything at your house when you homeschool. There are books and #2 pencils and notebook paper e.very.where. This buffet that I’ve had for many years has recently become our locker. It holds all our books and is usually hideous like this. But without our beloved school room, […]

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Thankful for Home

by Edie Wadsworth on November 22, 2010

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Like you, my next three days will be quite busy, baking and cleaning and decorating and such. I wanted to pause this Monday morning and give thanks for this house. This place of sanctuary from life’s troubles. We are thankful for it and for the precious ones who dwell here with us. Prayer for the […]

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A Sparkly Christmas Tour

by Edie Wadsworth on December 13, 2009

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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 […]

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Christmas Front Door Wreath

by Edie Wadsworth on December 9, 2009

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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 […]

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Thanksgiving Replayed

by Edie Wadsworth on November 28, 2009

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We gathered around the table and prayed a Thanksgiving litany–written by Pastor Bill Cwirla.The food was served buffet style—-and if I do say so myself—it was pretty yummy!Some of the crew (my brother was sick this year and we missed him dearly—-he always does the dishes!)Let the feasting begin!The ‘teens and tweens’ table and their […]

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Thanksgiving Tabletop Tips

by Edie Wadsworth on November 24, 2009

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Every year I swoon at the Pottery Barn catalogue and their many varied and luscious Thanksgiving tabletops. Have you ever calculated how much money it would cost to do a table exactly like theirs? A lot of money. An obscene amount of money. So, every year I set out to make my tables comfortable, fresh, […]

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