Weekend Grace (Thanksgiving Edition)

by Edie Wadsworth on November 24, 2013


A few things for your weekend-before-Thanksgiving preparations! 1.  I made this banner 2 Thanksgivings and 2 kitchens ago, but I still put it up every year.  I just print out the letters and staple them to a ribbon.  Card stock works great, but last year,  I used regular computer paper. The pdf files for the […]


Weekend Wonder

by Edie Wadsworth on September 14, 2013


Links you might love too! Jeanne has outdone herself on this teen boy room makeover.  I’ve got the twin girl to her teen room coming up on Monday! I’m always a weepy mess when there’s a baptism.  This post by Shaun Groves had me in a pool of tears.  I just listened to this awesome […]


Weekend Wonder

by Edie Wadsworth on September 6, 2013


I’ve got a few links for your weekend, lovelies.  I’ll be back tomorrow celebrating my newest teenager! Awesome office redo.  Old post but new to me.  I’m totally obsessed with Becki’s vibe and style.  And I need black doors pronto. I love Kirsten’s post on Lake House Living, For Less.  And I adore her blog, […]


Weekend Favorites

by Edie Wadsworth on August 31, 2013

Annie Down’s new book, Speak Love: Making Your Words Matter released this week. I met Annie at Blissdom this year and she has the most darling personality with a gift for making you feel like you’re the only person in the room.  I’m thrilled for her as she launches her new book into the world! […]


{ditto} DIY:: Disco. Disco Trash

by Edie Wadsworth on August 5, 2013

{ditto} DIY: Inspired Design For the Rest of Us

Welcome to the August {ditto} DIY challenge! Once a month all summer long, ten very different bloggers have been hosting this challenge to recreate in our own homes a project or design element inspired by a haute couture design. The idea is to inspire everyone to incorporate fine design elements into your own home in […]


Why I Gave Up Homeschooling

by Edie Wadsworth on July 29, 2013

Why I gave up homeschooling via lifeingrace

How glorious the splendor of a human heart that trusts that it is loved. Well, first, I blame Instagram.  Everything was fine and dandy;  we were reading The Iliad and using chalk pastels to paint the prettiest chickens in the free world, when all the IG updates started in from kids at the Classical Christian […]

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by Edie Wadsworth on June 24, 2013

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I’m finally home.  I’m working on my last post (Day 5) but I wanted to peek in this Monday morning to say that you have touched my life so much this week.  I’m just now reading some of your comments and emails and tweets and texts.  Your kindness to love and pray for me has […]


Home. On Purpose

by Edie Wadsworth on April 30, 2013

This indeed, was a home, – home, -a word that George had never yet known a meaning for; and a belief in God, and trust in His providence, began to encircle his heart, as, with a golden cloud of protection and confidence, dark, misanthropic, pining, atheistic doubts, and fierce despair, melted away before the light […]


closet organizing tips

This post could also be titled, “Closet Organizing, for the Ruth in all of us.” Or, “How I Finally Learned to Clean Out My Closet, at age 43.” Also? Don’t forget to check out Part 2 of this post, where I share all my favorite clothes! Organizing is not my love language, as my mother […]

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Weekend Links (Easter Edition)

by Edie Wadsworth on March 30, 2013

Greetings, friends! Here’s some last minute inspiration for your Easter celebration, in case you fly by the seat of your yoga pants, like me. Otherwise, pin for next year! 1.  Gilded eggs My girls loved this new take on an old tradition.  We saw this idea on Pinterest and just figured it out for ourselves. […]

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40 Days of Water

by Edie Wadsworth on March 18, 2013

or otherwise titled “me and my crappy Lent” Well, I’m sitting here, early on a Monday morning, looking longingly at the week ahead and wishing I had prepared more.  And also wishing I hadn’t been deathly sick for  a week.  Nothing ruins a good Lenten season like illness.  My baby’s birthday is this week and […]


Fab. Check it.

by Edie Wadsworth on March 15, 2013

The irony is not lost on me.  I’ve never felt less fab in all my life.  I’ve been sick for a week and now my wicked upper respiratory virus has morphed into bronchitis. Yay, me. But I am excited about partnering with all the fab stuff on the Fab website.  I curated a little board […]


Lent: Learning from my Father

by Edie Wadsworth on February 10, 2013


Lent begins this week on Ash Wednesday and lasts 40 days with it’s culmination in Easter.   This is a repost from last February {and the February before that!) and will explain Lent in further detail for the newcomer to the season.  My thanks to Pastor Will Weedon for allowing me to republish part of […]


Lisa Leonard Designs {and a giveaway}

by Edie Wadsworth on February 2, 2013

We are starting love month off with a bang here in my little corner of the world. This was my first Lisa Leonard necklace.  Or was it my third.  Anyway, I’ve loved her since the beginning of blog time. I met Lisa and her sweet sister at Blissdom and I’ve so loved watching Lisa’s business […]


Plato, introduction

by Edie Wadsworth on November 16, 2012

I’m so behind with bookclub.   I’m so overzealous in every part of my life.  I want to do and learn and see and cook and read EVERYTHING. But, alas, there are only so many hours in the day. I hope you’re reading and please accept my pathetic apologies  for the delay on Plato’s introduction. […]

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