Where do you store all of your decorative things? It will be odd to empty all the cabinets out. I hope I find some hidden treasures. I hate to part with my red plaid wallpaper, but I am sure that I will find something that I love just as much. Dear Sister Ruthie, someone once said that whatever or whoever you read more than once, defines who you are.
Ruthie, I want to thank you for your encouragement and your teaching heart. I visit your Blog each time I need to be reminded of how important it is to create a warm and loving home. Thank you for all the hints you have provided in this post. I think my favourite photo was the Love Seat looking back to the table and chairs. What a beautiful place you live in. I always love reading your posts. As a new mama my little guy just turned a year old last week , I appreciate your tips on how to make a happy home and create lasting memories.
Hello Aunt Ruthie, You are one talented lady. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and home with us. You are truly amazing!!! I love your fall decor!
I always look forward to your holiday home tours. You always have such cute ideas. Thank you for sharing! Of your Autumn decoration, I like the 4 orange pumpkins you have placed on your pantry shelves. God will certainly for sure reward our faithful steps in Him, and when He does reward us, we feel it is all worth it! I am proud of you! Thank you so much for sharing your zest for life, your embracement of God, Family and the seasons with us.
You spread a lovely example for all and and are a woman of grace that shines through in everything you do. Thank you also for your periscope chats. They were so fun to view. I have your e-book for fall and bringing that out is another tradition I have to welcome the fall season. Enjoy and keep making beautiful memories with your wonderful growing family.
Thank you Ruthie for your home tour , the inspiring ideas and the warmth your words convey to us. Have a most wonderful autumn! I downloaded your e-book and absolutely love it! Is it possible to get a hard copy? You are a gem! Thank you so much for posting this blog. I feel encouraged to be the best wife and mother I can be and to serve my family. Just love your Fall Home Tour Ruthie! Also love all the white pumpkins! But I especially love the inspiration of your words! Could you please tell me where to find your fall colored tinsel tree?
Once again…you have blown me away with your spectacular styling! Your house is so grande, yet cozy and warm at the same time. I love the way you do up every nook and cranny, with glowing lights and farmy collectibles tucked into shelves and hutches. Especially after reading this. Big hugs and heaps of sugar! Your fall home tour was so awesome! Thanks for sharing your love and home for all of us to see! Happy harvest to you and yours! Love your fall decor! Love your table with all the apples! Have been busy on the farm!
Horses and of course the cat and dogs! Gathering all the gourds and pumpkins out of the patch and decorating with corn stalks from the fields and enjoying a lot of Pickens flea market events and finding goodies to decorate! Baking and canning in full swing and lots of zucchini bread! Visits from friends and family! Such a happy farm! Very blessed by God and appreciated!
Hubby getting all the spraying around the alfalfa fields done! Our new horses are so exciting and wonderful! Loving my new barn too!
Sooo lucky and grateful! Your family is incredible! You are soooo very blessed! Enjoy the fall and take care! Christmas will be here before we know it!
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Take care and God bless! Hello, Im just visiting though Ive seen your blog before. Really look forward to your posts, they are so inspiring and uplifting. Would you mind posting a playlist of your happy music? Everyone so enjoyed the music on your website.
I understand why it no longer plays on your site. I expect a lot of people would like to purchase them via the legal venues. Can you adopt me so I can come spend a weekend at your house? Your home looks so warm and cozy. I am having so much fun looking at all your pictures and reading your previous blog post. So motivating and encouraging. I am SO happy, and while we are preparing to renovate the Hillbilly Hacienda, I love seeing this pictures of your house. Gives me great ideas.
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Enjoyed the tour I started feeling warm memories of my grandmother and her old farm house, I wish the whole world could go back 50 years everyone seemed happier and the world seemed like a happier place to raise our grandchildren in. Nothing short of cute, there sister.. I enjoy the way you repurpose things you already have to make new lil vignettes.. I have been drooling over your kitchen and baking center for quiet some time now! Also your wonderful recipes: Where did you find your baking center?
I am planning to put one in our new home!
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I so look forward to all of your posts!!! Have a blessed Thanksgiving!!! Ruthie, love your home!!! Would you do more home tours of the rest of your house? Love how you decorate!!!!! I would LOVE to see inside your pantry! My husband and I have gutted our farmhouse special and I would dearly enjoy a pass thru pantry like yours! Okay…I answered my own question…sort of.
I always love taking a look at your tours and reading the poetry and sound advice for homemaking. My own family is torn by divorce and strife between myself and my young daughter and her family. Whatever we can do to encourage young families to stay together and fill their homes with love and gratitude is a mission I can get behind.
I always enjoy your home tours. This year we finally have some changes going on in our home. After 40 years in our little house, we are remodeling our kitchen. It is an agonizing wait, but they tell me it should be finished by Thanksgiving. Ok , only got to get appliances in place, gas hooked up, several inspections, countertops to be installed, and the tile backsplash to be placed. Think they will make it? We started this project at the end of August.
It will be perfect for Christmas. Oh, and we have two weddings next year. Our daughter gets married on April 9 and our son on May Going to help daughter pick our a dress tomorrow night. So happy and so blessed. I always love your home tours — so inspiring! God has really blessed you with incredible talent for decorating! I love your farmhouse style. Thank you for another wonderful post. The Homemaking of yesteryear is just a memory for so many, when in this day, we are Expected to help bring in the money but would rather find our work in making a home. Thank you for providing so much needed inspiration!
I just found your website and it made me smile. It reminded me why as a wife and mother I work so hard for my family and the sense of well being I have when all is happy. You certainly have a comforting manner of expressing your thoughts and feelings of how to provide a nurturing home. I look forward to reading more from you. Thank you for your thoughts, Sandra. I just love your home with all my heart! Thank you Jesus for the homes you provide for each of us! Leave this field empty. Join the Sugar Pie Sisterhood to be "in the know" about Aunt Ruthie's give-aways, new products, recipes, special announcements and any of her "sweet-as-sugar pie" offers!
Written by Aunt Ruthie on September 28th, Welcome! Here is how I always start my fall nesting routine: I start by burning a yummy pumpkin candle! I only buy the BBW candles when they are having their two for one sale.
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Then I turn on my most favorite music to play during the fall. It will make you want to put a kettle of soup on, tidy up your home and deck the halls with happy little pumpkins! With song and shout we welcome The Golden Harvest Home. I also have some fall decorating and yummy Autumn recipe videos too! I share a super easy and super cute table runner idea! Want an Avatar for your Comment? She not only knows her stuff, she knows how to explain it to the rest of us.
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