On this inaugural edition of The Thersday Series, it is my pleasure to introduce you to Maria Pace. I have enjoyed Maria's work so much over the years, often purchasing her textiles as gifts, and collecting a few favorites for my own home decor. She is both genuine and humble, delightful and deep thinking. I know you'll enjoy her story, and I hope you'll connect with her pieces and make one of them your very own. Tell us about Maria Pace Designs. I design custom printed stationery, . . .
When writing a recipe for Vidalia Onion Pie, one's first sentence must begin with an obligatory y'all. . . Y'all, I've been into super simple dinners this summer. Nothing fancy, nothing too messy (since the rest of my house is in utter chaos with children on summer break), nothing fussy. This Vidalia Onion Pie has been the ticket on several occasions. After a weekly visit to the Farmers Market for all my fresh veggies, heirloom tomatoes among them, I take what hasn't been used to make my . . .
We're on vacation in Charleston this weekend and having the best time. My niece, who lives in the Palmetto state, just turned 5 years old and we began our trip by celebrating at her Upside-Down, Backwards, Inside-Out birthday bash Saturday afternoon in Mt Pleasant. It was the perfect way to get our vacation week started! After a long day of travel, Winnie took a nap in the swing before calling it quits for the night! One restful sleep later, we spent Sunday morning visiting the . . .
Meet Lorae, a Baltimore living, fashion loving, deal finding mama of two and regular contributor to In Her Company. You'll be hearing from her every Friday as she puts out the Company Memo, a well-rounded list of worthwhile things to check out in your free moments over the weekend. You'll love her big heart, her conscious consumerism, and her thoughtful additions to the blog. Welcome, Lorae! Do: Solar Eclipse Summer camps are winding down and we are on the lookout for activities . . .
We all know that girl. She's moving and shaking and making things happen and freaking getting things done. She's going into business for herself, making her voice heard in her city, putting a unique stamp on her family, giving back her time and talents in significant ways. And you wonder how you could ever do that? No, seriously. How could you even compete with that? Because you're not nearly as creative/assertive/innovative/talented/fill-in-the-blank. But here's the thing, friend. This . . .