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Y’all know I just adore my friend P. Allen Smith for being a gracious host. The way he treats every visitor as if they were the most important person to ever step across his threshold is inspiring to someone like me, who tends to forget to offer company so much as a glass of water.
Nobody wants a vacuum cleaner for Christmas. (Or their birthday, anniversary, Mother’s day or any other gift receiving occasion.) This little axiom has been around as long as vacuum cleaners themselves, but it doesn’t always stand true. For instance, my brother and I were thrilled to receive Shop-Vacs for Christmas one year. Here are a few other items that might not seem like an ideal gift at first, but should certainly have a place under the tree.
Yesterday I posted about the Bean2Blog event I attended at P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm.
Since then I’ve had several people ask me who P. Allen Smith is. He’s a garden lifestyle expert I suppose. The man has several …
My friends at STIHL and Outdoor Living Expert P. Allen Smith offer advice for fall gardening.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – For a continuously healthy garden, it’s best to stay one season ahead. Throughout the autumn months, prepare for winter, and spare your plants from the oncoming cold by following these tips from STIHL and outdoor living expert P. Allen Smith.
· If you live in a region where
Summer is a great time to enjoy your garden but brings its own challenges. When the heat arrives follow these tips from STIHL and outdoor living expert P. Allen Smith to keep your lawn and garden looking perfect all season long.
My good friend Lela is kind of a big deal and writes for some pretty fancy websites. She also has a supposedly hilarious book coming out this month called “Blacklisted from the PTA.”
Anyway, I did a skype interview with her for a post on Parentingsquad.com.
One of my favorite features of P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain retreat is the Children’s room. It’s a third-floor hideaway for nieces and nephews and it is full of imagination with gable windows that look out over the river and the gardens. Can you imagine being one of his nieces or nephews? What a wonder-filled place to visit.
Best of all, the art work hanging in this area of the house is all done by local children from a school that Allen partners with. What a beautiful idea! The school has