June 2, 2014
My Kentucky Living
Hello, I'm Sheila and my house is a giant art project! I enjoy creating an environment where my family can feel safe, secure, and loved. We are empty nesters learning to slow down and enjoy life.
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Welcome... You are invited to a "Mad for Plaid" Christmas Brunch
Call them centerpieces, vignettes, or just pretty things...we need them around the house during the Christmas season. Here are a few...
We had a lovely Thanksgiving evening hosting my parents, son, and his fiancée. Since it was the second meal for everyone else we opted...
How are your holiday decorating plans coming along? If you are like me you do this and that, moving from spot to spot around your house t...
I wanted to make a quick post to wish each of you a wonderful Thanksgiving day. Whether it is a small gathering or one with lots of ...
I want to share a new sponsor with you. Jingle Nog, is the maker of fine European glass ornaments, designed by Melissa Byrne. ...
You are in for a treat today! I am sharing a Christmas luncheon with some of my best-est friends. The hostess asked me to bring my camera, ...
It sure is looking like Christmas... We have hung our outdoor wreaths..and we got the Christmas tree up also. This year we left the ten...
Let us give thanks! In this crazy world of ours let us never forget our true blessings. Can you believe it? I am doing a ...
Etiquette vs Practicality I hope all of you have been able to have a nice Thanksgiving with those you love. Hubby and I were treated to...