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  1. Donna Whitley says:

    i love the teacups. They are lovely, as is your home. I enjoy your blog.

  2. I love the tea cups, especially the pink one. Thanks so much.

  3. Michelle B. says:

    Love the beautiful fall tablescape and the gorgeous teacup in the giveaway!

  4. Michelle B. says:

    And thanks for the great storage idea of displaying teacups front of books! I collect teacups as well, and may have to try this!

  5. I love reading your blog.

  6. Beautiful features as always! With the crazy busy summer we’ve had, I finally have something to share! Thanks for hosting and enjoy the rest of your week!

  7. I really, really enjoy receiving your mails. Both teacups look wonderful.
    Big hug.

  8. Love the teacups, thanks for your amazing ideas.

  9. Laura Harrie says:

    I was this past Saturday’s winner and I emailed you my address, but never received a reply back from you. I hope I can still get the lovely green teacup. I just resent my original email to you.
    Laura Harrie

  10. Yeah, beautiful tea cups! I never seem to find any that lovely in our local antique stores…

  11. Oh dear….more lovely teacups! They make my heart skip a beat. Brings back memories of my grandma. ❤️
    Time to enjoy your post! Thank you

  12. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    Such sweet China tea cups; so delicate and and feminine. I didn’t look at all the guest links but what I saw were nice.

  13. Your storage and organization strategy is pretty neat. I need to work on this really really bad but I have a hard time parting with things because everything becomes sentimental. I like your theory of, if you can’t find it, you don’t need it. That makes so much sense. Thanks for sharing your tips.

    1. Glad it resonates with you, Lori… 🙂 I’ll actually be working on a post soon that deals specifically with sentimental items. I currently have everything from photos to film, video, slides, documents, diaries and other memorabilia covering my dining room table. These are the last bits that are left from my parents’ home and I’m slowly working my way through them. It’ll be at least a month or two, but be on the lookout for that post upcoming.

  14. Lory I really enjoyed your home tours. Both houses are beautiful. I love, love, love the kitchen lighting!