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No Sew Napkins

November 3, 2013

Daily Gratitude:

Our Pot Bellied Stove
Throw Blankets
Quiet Sundays
Rosemary Essential Oil
A Sense of Humor
Balance
Handy Husbands
Fixed Dishwashers

When Googling 2013’s most lucrative careers, I found Doctor, Lawyer, Insurance Analyst, and Professional Athlete. Not surprisingly, Food Blogger was not on that list.

“What?” you may ask, “Look at the collections of linens, these food bloggers have.

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on gratitude and #nablopomo

I don’t know if it’s a bad sign that I almost missed my first post of National Blog Posting Month, or if it just means there is a ton of room for improvement. I decided to join in the challenge to post to my blog every day in the month of November.…

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This one time, at blog camp…

Gluten Free S'Mores in a Jar with Bourbon Marshmallows

Something you may not know about me is that I dropped out of the Brownies the day I learned they slept outside. I informed my mother that they were stone mad, and I would not be going back– ever. I had been to precisely one meeting.…

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In life, there are times of relative calm, times of turbulence, and times of growth and change.  As humans, it is within our nature,  to seek that which is calm, steady, comfortable and safe.   This behavior is ingrained in us, stemming from a time when safety and stability were crucial to our survival and evolution.…

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Spending time on pinterest and on food blogs, you may get the impression that we bloggers never buy anything. We’ll DIY anything from fruit leather  to hand foraged soda pop  to homemade sous vide machines.

It’s true, the homemade bug has bitten me. I make a lot of my condiments, my granola, my horchata, and once I even attempted to rock out some donut-infused vodka.…

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Raford Inn

“People are so busy searching for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Rita and I, we’ve found our rainbow; it’s this place. The gold? It’s the people, the guests, that come here” I’m walking with Dane Pitcher as he pours organic fertilizer at the base of his grape vines.…

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Kurt Vonnegut Quote Poster Enjoy the little things in life

Today’s Quotable Friday comes from Kurt Vonnegut. It was inspired by another famous quote. Poet John Greenleaf Whittier said “For of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: ‘It might have been”. When that quote came up on NPR, it reminded me of something Kurt Vonnegut once said, and I knew it had to be a Quotable Friday poster.…

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Creativity Takes Courage- Creativity Quote From Matisse

It’s another Quotable Friday and today actually marks one month that I’ve been creating free downloadable high resolution posters with (hopefully) cool and inspiring quotes. I love everything about these and creating them is really a highlight of my week.

Today’s quote comes from Henri Matisse a French painter whose work I particularly love.…

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