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I'm a classical pianist, enthusiastic cook and food lover, collector of antiques and great thrift store finds, a wife to a wonderful man and a serious Christian. Visit me at something-ivory.blogspot.com!

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  • DIY Fall WreathWe sometimes call our home our Little Cottage In The Woods. There's a slightly overgrown stone pathway in the yard, plenty of creeping, elegant ivy, a built-in bench on the front porch, painted shutters, green foliage on all sides, a tree with red be...
  • A Southern Wedding
    on Oct 23, 2014 in Friends Love Weddings
    Tomorrow we are driving down to the Atlanta area for the wedding of a dear friend of mine from college. I love all weddings but I'm doubly excited for this one because it's my first time as a bridesmaid! My sweet friend (who was also in my wedding al...
  • Pretty Dried Things
    on Oct 22, 2014 in Creativity Decor Design Family Seasons Style
    I'm not much of a seasonal decorator. I prefer to mark the shift from summer to fall with things like thicker comforters, extra cups of hot tea, glowy candles on the coffee table while I read, chili and cheese quesadillas, wool sweaters and my favori...
  • Kevin Spacey and ArtistryHow was your weekend, friends?We heard Kevin Spacey give a talk on the arts at UVA on Saturday night and it was really terrific!He spoke in Frank Underwood's eerie, drawling accent a couple times which was hilarious and totally surreal to hear i...
  • Homemade Pizza with Prosciutto, Arugula, and Caramelized Onions
    on Oct 17, 2014 in Family Food/Cooking
    My parents are on vacation out west and on the phone yesterday, my mom was telling me about this incredibly delicious prosciutto and arugula salad they'd had the night before. It was chilled and dressed in a lemony vinaigrette and my mom said it was...
  • Teaching and Learning
    on Oct 15, 2014 in Life Music Teaching
    It might be true that teachers do almost as much learning as the students in their charge.My students teach me so much during our lessons, probably without even realizing it. It might be a raised eyebrow when we're discussing time signatures (a topic...
  • Free Fun
    on Oct 13, 2014 in Charlottesville Friends Fun
    Something I've noticed about our new city is that it's brimming with free fun.Free fun! Fun for free!At the end of August we met up with some friends at a vineyard at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was a beautiful summer day. We spread out...
  • City Living
    on Oct 8, 2014 in Family Life Love New York Traveling
    Phew! It feels like ages since I sat down to write. I arrived back home on Monday and the weekend in New York was really wonderful. I thought I'd type out some of the trip's highlights...***The food. We ate some delicious food. Zucchini fritters with...
  • 10 Questions
    on Oct 3, 2014 in Friends Life Writing
    A sweet friend nominated me for a blog award and since I'm super busy getting ready for my trip to New York (while writing this on Wednesday), I thought I would be a rebel and just answer her questions and opt out of coming up with ten new questions...
  • DIY Leather And Beads Necklace
    on Oct 2, 2014 in Beauty Creativity DIY Style
    Meet my newest necklace! I can hardly even call this a DIY because it was so very simple, but it was a fun project nevertheless and I like its quirky, handmade feel.I had some leather cord from this project left over and I was surprised by...
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