This post was originally published on A Touch of Grace Dear Readers, I apologize so much for the long delay. I can’t believe it’s been 3 months! After a very chaotic summer of moving us into the house as it was completed, my husband and I tried to get back on our feet and caught up. Unfortunately,
This post was originally published on A Wellington Life A few days before the new year, I was lying in bed in the cabin with the Englishman as we pulled thorny twigs from Duke’s long, fluffy winter coat. The fire was the only thing heating the small house that we enjoy on weekends and holidays in the winter.
The post “A Poised Girl’s Guide to Grief” originally appeared on Passage to Poise. Many people (myself included) use poised and composed as interchangeable. Composed women don’t cry unless at a moving art performance. The key to composure is to keep your emotions in check until you are behind closed doors and can express yourself appropriately.
This post was originally published on Sarah Michelle Walsh Do you ever have those delightful “pinch me” moments? Those instances where everything just feels so right and idyllic that it couldn’t possibly be real life? Imagine having that sensation for three days and you’ll begin to understand the happiness I felt on my tiny house vacation to Accomac, Virginia.
The post “Pretty or Smart?” originally appeared on Passage to Poise. When I was growing up, it seemed that every woman in the world was divided into one of two categories: the Pretty Girls and the Smart Girls. There were a few special people who transcended the boundary (Jackie Kennedy Onassis, for instance) but for the
This post was originally published on A Touch of Grace The house is coming right along… it’s nearing completion. We still must add some more cabinets, build a pantry, adorn the windows, finish the stairs, and hang some wall decor. But last night we took advantage of the living/dining/kitchen area being just about done after the final
The post “The Poised Girl’s Guide to Healthy(ish) Eating” originally appeared on Passage to Poise. First, a disclaimer. I’m not now, nor will I ever be, a health professional, nutritionist, dietitian, or expert of any sort. I am simply a person who likes food, likes my body when it functions well, and tries to make good
The post “The Poised Girl’s Guide To Getting Back On Track” originally appeared on Passage to Poise. One of the interesting things about life is how everything comes in waves or cycles. The seasons, our cravings, and our motivation. One day, there’s just not enough time to make our bed on the way out the door