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Archive for November, 2010

Nov
29

For what we lack in snow in Orlando, we make up in holiday decorating.  And great place to get started is your front door.  It is the first place your guests see and it is an easy project.  If you are feeling ambitious, you can even give your door a fresh coat of paint in a new color.  Check out these holiday doors to get inspired and don’t be afraid to take a non-traditional approach to your holiday decorating.

Tiffany Christmas!

Tiffany Christmas!

From http://simplecreativeinspiration.blogspot.com/2009/12/daily-inspiration-christmas-door.html

Reminds me of a Tiffany box and who doesn’t want to see that for Christmas!

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Nov
24

I usually would post this on Friday but by then it would be too late.  If you haven’t already planned your holiday desert then this recipe is a winner – Deep Chocolate and Walnut Pie.  I have made it every year for the last umpteen years for Thanksgiving and/or Christmas – by request.  So enjoy!

Chocolate and Walnut Pie

Chocolate and Walnut Pie

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Nov
22

In my business there is so much focus on the Christmas and Hanukah season as I assist clients to prepare for their holidays that Thanksgiving sometimes get pushed aside in my mind. I am looking forward to spending some relaxing time with family and friends this holiday and enjoying our turkey dinner. I have much to be thankful for. Enjoy your holiday and share with us what you are thankful for.

Thanksgiving Tables traditional dining room

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