The Spring Cure: Throwing a Party! Week 8 - Intro Here's our final Cure dinner back in the fall of '07! It was a whole day of shopping, prep, repair, cooking and then partying with a couple of old friends. I documented the whole day, why don't you? • Cure Clock: 1 week remaining • Assignment: Read Chapter 11, pps. 222-236 • Give your home a good cleaning • Prepare for our party • Curees: 900! This is it. One more week. Now is the time to work very, very hard, because you will soon be back on your own again. And what a good week to work! Spring is in full bloom all over the country and it's a great time to have some people over to celebrate your home and the new season. Thank you, your survey answer has been recorded. What are your party plans? Big dinner party! Small dinner party. Just drinks. Other (please explain) To take the survey Login below and reload this page. If you do not have an account, please Register . Big dinner party! 3 Small dinner party. 12 Just drinks. 4 Other (please explain) 6 Here's our post and dinner from Thanksgiving in the fall. Setting this table is an annual tradition for me. In writing the book, I really wanted there to be at least one calmer week before the end. Week's seven and eight are therefore both a little lighter and meant to allow you to slow down as you approach the end and catch up if you need to. I also think that it's important to build enjoyment into the process, because otherwise you might not take the time to enjoy what you have done. Part of this feeling of enjoyment is sharing your work with others. I love this dining room and would love to set this table. (via Emmasblogg ) When I taught school, we were trained, as teachers, to constantly share the childrens' work back with the whole class to complete the learning experience. It is so helpful to see your own work amongst that of others, and so helpful to have the opportunity to stand back and say to oneself, "Look what I have done." Though we are no long littl
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Where can I get this long table? - Wondering where the table was purchased. Cathey N. »
Open atmosphere, good lighting, proximity and pleasant view of the kitchen, plenty of dining space: what more does one need? Set up an extra space along a side table for dessert and coffee service afterward. The chic ecclecticism in the room simultaneously suggests deliberation yet casual fun.