Faith-Homeschool-Gluten Free Recipes
These pics are so pretty. Did you go to Savannah? I toured some cemeteries there once. Everything is just so beautiful!!Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog today.
Lovely pics Alyce! We live left-aways of that view :) Also - I love that picture of the girl with the shell looking bowl.. I have a couple of her that I took somewhere. Great job! :)
Great photos. Will anxiously await the pie recipe!
Don't you just love Savannah? We went there in February (hubby's first trip - my 2nd) and we can't wait to go back. I think every one takes a picture of Little Gracie. Check out my post on Savannah that I did sometime back in Feb. or March.On the unsealed tile/grout thing, supposed professional installers told me I should never have mopped the tile and grout since it was unsealed. Can't say I'd ever heard that either but I think people like that will tell you anything to sell you something new.The kitchen is fairly large and it takes so-o-o much time to paint EVERY SINGLE GROUT line but I'm very pleased with the result, not to mention the $$ I saved.Thanks for visiting my blog!Judy
Didn't eat at Uncle Bubba's but we ate Sunday lunch at Paula Deen's place. We will certainly try and go to Uncle Bubba's next time.I agree the stuff at the Paris Market was sky high. But I was really surprised the birds nests were very reasonable...I think about $9.00 each (maybe less, I can't remember). I did buy 4 and the quail's eggs which were like .75 each! I wrapped those eggs in tissue paper and practically carried them home in my grubby little hands, threatening hubby not to touch! (We won't tell him that when we got home I dropped and cracked one).I did not go downstairs, just stayed on the main floor...so much eye candy.
OOO know those places!!!!! YOU took great pictures! NOW scrapbook them...what a great story!
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