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the winner + july 4th list

A little delayed here in our winner announcement – but here goes!  Congrats to Allyson, commenter #56!  Her favorite pet is her white boxer named Pearl.  How suiting for the blog ; )  I had no idea there was such a thing as white boxers?? “Pearl, our silly white boxer is hands down the best […]

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savory summer pasta

I’d like to introduce you to a dear friend of mine, Daryl Davis.  You may know her as the visionary co-founder of SEASIDE® and creator of the SEASIDE STYLE® retail boutiques.  She’s also the generous patron of the dance program I co-founded at Seaside Neighborhood School in 2011.  Daryl has a big heart and true passion for the […]

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southern scramble

You know that food and cooking posts on this blog are about as common as spotting a unicorn leaping across a rainbow.  My husband, Peter, cooks breakfast in our house and just created a delicious new recipe.  It’s simple, quick, healthy, and tastes soooooooooo good, so I had to share! BREAKFAST RECIPE:  SOUTHERN SCRAMBLE by Peter Howard […]

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5 winter luxuries

So I’m one of those peeps who loves winter.  Cozy nights by a roaring fire, sipping hot tea, a brisk ride on my horse on a chilly day.  You get the idea.  I think this love may have blossomed after enduring 40 years of long summers seething with heat and humidity.  I have “glistened” more […]

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