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You don’t need special training in floral design to stick stuff in vases to beautify the home. But a handful of easy guidelines can help make your creations more interesting. more
I have the digging fever again, which is handy in my summer- and winter-ravaged garden. Like many of you, I have some stuff to replace, and I want to do it right once and for all. With as little effort as possible.  more
Just made a little garden vignette that makes me and visitors smile and is a small nod towards the creative use of need-to-be-discarded throwaway stuff. Plus, I can eat part of it.  more
As hard as it is to let go of summer every year, the transition to autumn never fails to bring its own unique brilliance. more
The leaves are changing color, the air is crisp and cool, and the days are getting shorter. It's time to decorate your house for fall! more
What does my neighbor’s pear tree have in common with my nose? Both could have used a little preemptive defense from predictable ailments that aren’t easy to fix.  more
Pickles are the easiest way to improve sandwiches or add a little crunch and flavor to any meal really. Next to a cold drink, there is nothing more satisfying than the snap and crunch of a juicy pickle spear fresh out of the fridge on a hot summer day. They are one of life's simplest joys and you can make them at home. more
Thanksgiving and Christmas are filled with food, fun and family, and decorating your home can be as simple or as complex as your imagination.  more
“I am good with clay, I’m not that good with words,” is one of the first things out of Moni McKee’s mouth when asked about her love of ceramics. more
Christmas in Mississippi is a sight to behold, doors and mailboxes decked with wreaths, landscapes laced with lights, front porches adorned with red and green and trees. more
Gertrude’s Garden, locally owned by Julie Cado and her family, is located right behind their home in Gluckstadt. What started out as a small hobby is now a full-fledged business. more
In recent years, the traditional camping trip has gotten a major facelift. Where camping used to be synonymous with back-to-basics living, campsites can now comprise all the comforts of home: cozy furnishings, chic décor, ample space, and as many modern amenities as one’s heart desires. This travel trend has been featured on magazine covers from Southern Living to Forbes, and once written off as a fad, the phenomenon shows no signs of slowing down. more
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