Hi friends, and welcome! I am so glad you're here. I hope that you can take a deep breath and enjoy today's Grace at Home party, where we celebrate all the ways we make our homes places of grace.
It's been quite a week, hasn't it? While I don't talk politics around these parts, I am grateful for the election to be past, and I pray that a transfer of power can happen with peace. This election revealed that the people of the U.S. are deeply divided in our views of how our country should be run, but I hope that we can be united in working together for the good of all.
Here are some links from last week's party I think you'll enjoy.
Although many people are starting to decorate for Christmas, I like to keep things fallish until Thanksgiving. If that sounds like you, you'll enjoy seeing these fall decorating ideas from Theresa at Shoestring Elegance.
If you're looking for ideas for celebrating Thanksgiving safely during this era of COVID-19, you'll be glad to see this post from the folks at the K'Mich Wedding Soiree Blog.
Want to get started on making Christmas decorations? Check out these cute angel ornaments made by Niky from The House on Silverado. She shares detailed instructions for making your own.
Looking for a yummy homemade treat to share with neighbors? Jennifer from Satsuma Designs has a recipe and a free printable for you to make pecan praline topping mix.
Looking for a new dessert recipe for the upcoming holidays? You might want to try these gorgeous cranberry sauce cheesecake from Ann at Ann's Entitled Life. Doesn't it look delicious?
Last but certainly not least—if your soul is weary from all the fighting we've been witnessing, I highly recommend that you read "A Thread of Unity" by Nylse from LifeNotes Encouragement. I think you'll be truly blessed by Nylse's wise words!
Thank you to everyone who joined last week's party!
Now for today's party. Here at the Grace at Home party, I invite you to link posts about
- DIY projects
- homemaking tips
- soul care