You will not be able to tear yourself away.
Edie bakes her own bread, decorates with flair, cooks the most amazing recipes from scratch, homeschools her daughters, reads classical literature that will make you grit your teeth, and she shares her heart.
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I stumbled on Edie's blog in early 2009. I just couldn't get enough. I spent hours reading and rereading her posts. She had me hook, line, and sinker from the very start.
Her southern hospitality and grace shine through in her writing. She's witty, funny, beautiful, intelligent.
She painted a striped bathroom, chase chickens, and pluck weeds all while wearing True Religion jeans and sporting a Mac smokey eye.
But above all this, she genuinely has a heart that reflects the love of Christ. She shares her struggles, and her days are not perfect. This is what draws me in more and more.
A couple of years ago, Edie lost her house in a house fire. She lost everything except her dear family. Through her blog we all journeyed through the rebuilding project with Edie. She was not only rebuilding a house but a home for her family and in this difficult time God brought beauty from ashes in their lives.
She has now written an ebook to share with us tips on how to love our dear ones more, how to make time in our lives for what truly matters, and how to open our hearts and homes to those who need God's love here in this fallen world.
I hope you take the time to go meet Edie if you are not familiar with her yet. You will not be disappointed.