Monthly Archives: November 2016

Happy Thanksgiving 2016

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Happy Thanksgiving, Dear Readers!

I hope you plan on feasting like crazy and can build wonderful memories with your family and friends!

I took these fall photos from downtown Huntsville this afternoon. The store is the old Harrison Brothers store that now is a unique boutique where you can buy stuff from local artisans.

Be Blessed,

Stephanie

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Do you recognize these leaves from the “Happy Thanksgiving!” text I wrote above?
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“No matter where I serve my guests, it seems they like my kitchen best.”

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pickles

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Piper & Leaf at Harrison Brothers! Woohoo!

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I want these chippy chairs!

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Hug Your Vet Today

  The other day when I went to vote for POTUS, I ran into this nice couple from my neighborhood who had just walked from the place where we vote. (It is soooooooo cool to be able to walk to the polls from our new house!) Turns out, the man attended the same university as… Continue Reading

Summers on Grandma’s Farm

  When I was a girl growing up in south Alabama, my parents would take my brother and I up to north Alabama to attend Maywood Christian Camp for a week, and then my dad’s parents would pick us up and take us to their farm for another week.   North Alabama is further from… Continue Reading

Pin or Pitch — The Dustpan Project

  I found this vintage dustpan(circa around the 1950s) in a thrift store and fell in love with it.   I had big plans, and they were going to be a Pinterest hit. Hit alright, but it was a strike out.   I’m not giving up, though. (Think Thomas Edison and the light bulb!) Here’s… Continue Reading

A Month of Thanksgiving

There are 30 short days in the month of November, culminating in one of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving. Today I challenge you to write 10 things that you are thankful for in the comment block. My goal is to write 30 things that I’m thankful for that often go overlooked. So here goes in no… Continue Reading

The Curve – Flash Fiction

Gwen looked at the clock on her dashboard. 5:49 p.m. She pressed the accelerator and her Nissan surged faster. Gwen could kick herself that she hadn’t left for her colleague’s wedding ten minutes earlier. She often did that to herself—got dressed to go somewhere too early and, with too much time on her hands before… Continue Reading

Shall We Gather at the River

Last Thursday evening, my Princess Buttercup accepted Christ by being baptized. Just like the 1st Century Christians, she was plunged into the waters (by her dad!), where Jesus did the work of washing away her sins. What does that mean? As long as she chooses to follow Jesus, He will continuously forgive her every time… Continue Reading

10 Bible Verses to Jump-start Your Week

I don’t know about you, but my Monday is getting off to a very s-l-o-w start! The weekend was so much fun, filled with family and friends, and now it’s back to work. Never fear, here are 10 verses (or a collection of verses) to start our week out great–even if you are having a… Continue Reading