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Debbie Pearl
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2017 Ornament Exchange & Blog Hop
Welcome to the 2017 Ornament Exchange & Blog Hop! This year, there are 47 amazing bloggers participating in the exchange. The rules of the challenge were simple: be partnered with a fellow blogger, create a handmade ornament for $15 or under, create a tutor...
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Visiting Furman University - Greenville SC Fall Weekend Getaway
As first time empty nesters, we have been pacing the halls
of much quieter home for weeks. So, when it came time to visit our son at Furman University in Greenville SC where he is a freshman, we were beyond excited! The Lacrosse team was holding their Alumn...
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Visiting Furman University - Greenville SC Fall Weekend Itinerary
As first time empty nesters, we have been pacing the halls
of much quieter home for weeks. So, when it came time to visit our son at Furman University in Greenville SC where he is a freshman, we were beyond excited! The Lacrosse team was holding their Alumn...
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Visiting Furman University - Greenville SC Fall Weekend Itinerary
As first time empty nesters, we have been pacing the halls
of much quieter home for weeks. So, when it came time to visit our son at Furman University in Greenville SC where he is a freshman, we were beyond excited! The Lacrosse team was holding their Alumn...
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Beautiful Abandoned Homes
Ever since I was little, I have been enchanted by old homes. There is just something about
them. I love that they are unique and they have a lifetimes of stories behind their walls. Often the architecture
seems to have had so much attention to detail, I won...
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Vintage Tool Box Table - Creating Original Furniture by Attaching Legs
This summer while shopping a barn sale, I came across an awesome
vintage wood tool chest. It was sturdy, nice and long and the finish had weathered
to a beautiful patina. I knew exactl y what I wanted to do with it. I wanted to give it some legs. Influenced...
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