A Southern Ladies' Lifestyle on Entertaining, recipes, travels and more
April 2015
#knockout roses

Knockout Roses are one of the best plant investments you can add to your garden. They are absolutely no maintenance and grow faster than lickity split. Knockout Roses are not considered to be a cut rose but I’ve found a

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#mjonesstyle

After dinner, we checked out a few more shops before heading to Austin, Texas to spend the night. Both our cell phones needed charging after using GPS to map our way through the boonies. We were driving on an unfamiliar

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#blunonnets

I left you browsing around the shops at our first stop on the road to Round Top, Texas Antiques Fair. Thank you for your sweet comments. I hope you enjoyed a few of the items I thought were unique. I

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#blubonnets#texas hill country

Let me start by saying this road trip did not get off to a smooth start. I set the alarm for 4:45; it went off at 6:00(the normal daily setting) our plan was to be on the road by 5:30a. Turns

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#crochet tablecloth

I’m on a mission to spread a bit of spring fling around my place. I started by sprucing up my front entry with a little vintage flare. Check out my previous post Spring has Sprung. I found inspiration in the

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#double color iris#iris

Springtime is like an artist painting filled with every color under the rainbow. There’s eye candy around every corner and on the freeways. I’m in amazement at the trees and shrubs covered in blossoms that line the streets. No care given

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#key lime pound cake

When I ran across this recipe, I stopped dead in my scrolling and zeroed in on two words; lime and cake. Those words are my favorite combination when it comes to cake. I love citrus cakes and a pound cake,

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#vintage egg wreath

Let me just start by saying I do NOT like cold weather; period! I know that’s sounds weak but I’m being honest and since I know Mr. Freeze and I don’t get along, I’m always prepared by keeping a stash

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#potato salad

I shared my Easter menu including my recipe for glazed ham and I thought why not share the recipes for the other dishes I’m fixing. I’m one to change my mind on a dime so the final meal may take

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