Category Archives: hearth and home

Á la maison

“A room evolves,” my sister said as we were having a—well, really having another—conversation about what to do with my living room. This time I had decided to paint everything white: white ceiling, white walls, white trim. And as you can see in the photo above, I really did it. I’m not much of a decorator, not…

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Latest Kinfolk magazine (for a balanced article about Kinfolk click here), Serena & Lily spring catalogue (a girl can dream), and Anthropologie’s Volcano scented candle…a great way to spend time when you’re under the weather…so ready for this cold to be gone!

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Pulling the Plug

Ironically, you may be reading this post because you clicked on a link in your Facebook feed. When I publish a post on my blog, it automatically links to FB. If you want to like or comment, please do so here on my blog because I’m not there—on Facebook. After Christmas, I decided to remove the…

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  • Hi Debi,

    You commented on my blog yesterday and I’m delighted to find your space! Deleting FB is a big deal for many and the hours we find when we cut back on social media…whew! Thank you for sharing what you are doing! By the way, I clicked on some of your links and the making art link didn’t work.ReplyCancel

    • Debi

      Hi Mary…thanks for stopping by! And thank you for telling me about the broken link….it is hopefully now fixed!ReplyCancel

fun in the kitchen

It seems it’s always the little things that make life easier, right? This recipe card holder is my newest favorite little thing. Start with one small but powerful magnet encased in a curved solid base. Add one small metal ball and—viola—your recipe is standing upright off the counter to save space and messy spills! Note: It’s even…

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preparing the way

In what seems to have become a tradition, Leah and I spent the day preparing for our family’s Thanksgiving celebration tomorrow. As usual, we first prepared our hearts by reading our weekly passage, Luke 1:1-25. There is SO much to hear within the words contained in those verses. It took us 2 or 3 hours to talk through…

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