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Tag Archives: Holidays
Yesterday my friend Amy and I hosted our yearly Christmas party. Yup, that is me in the reindeer antlers. It is always a great celebration with plenty of tasty food, merry drinks, and fantastic friends. It was also a celebration … Continue reading
Yesterday while families across the nation gathered to dine, take pause and appreciate all they have to be thankful for, we at Casa de Shoes on the Wrong Feet had a quiet family day. We still dined, and paused, and … Continue reading
Yesterday we hosted our second annual Summer Pie Day, one of the many made-up, food centric, family holidays that we celebrate. The adults enjoyed refreshing mojitos using this recipe although modified to include mint instead of basil. The kids set … Continue reading
Family, friends, holidays, love, smiles, being together. We have been celebrating the little things that are not all that little. I hope you are too.
In an effort to save my sanity spend more time with my family this holiday season as well as bake massive amounts of goodies, co-host a cocktail Christmas party, do whatever a room mom is required to do this time … Continue reading
Thanksgiving 2011. While we did not know it at the time that would be the last time Cody and Carter would ever see their Grandpa. It would be the last time Husband would ever see his father-in-law, the man he … Continue reading
One of the many not much talked about benefits of living on a patch of land in the woods is the ability to set free the Jack-o’-Lanterns at the end of the Halloween hubabulub – a catch and release program … Continue reading
A poem, by Cody (age 6) Racecar Raven on the roof He appears with a poof His feathers, dark as night guide him on his flight During the springtime we had a large black bird visit our backyard feeders. The … Continue reading