We spent Thanksgiving Week here:
We were thankful to be at the beach with family and for so much more!
I posted about finding a pair of beautiful, vintage chinoiserie lamps.
Then I posted a PSA on IG about rewiring your vintage finds. My husband said these would have caused a fire if I had plugged them in - they were in terrible shape wiring-wise :(
So be sure to rewire. It's easy. There are step by step kits at places like Home Depot or ask a handy friend for help.
You'll be seeing them in their rewired beauty in upcoming Christmas decor photos, I'm sure. I love them!
My sister and I got up early on Tuesday of Thanksgiving Week
to again join Charleston Basket Brigade in their tremendous effort
to feed the hungry families of the Lowcountry.
That is just a small portion of the over 1600 frozen turkeys we bagged and boxed!!
And a shout out to the Coast Guard squad that shows up every year to do the heavy lifting!!
And while on the subject of the biggest eating holiday and hunger:
I really liked that quote. So true!
And back to food:
We went to the Darling Oyster House on King Street in Charleston.
I hate to be corny (not really) but it was darling and delicious.
We all loved it! Highly recommend it!
This is the back wall of The Darling. I want it in my house!
I'm making some of these. Cause, you know, everyone else is.
They are fun and quick and I hope they make it onto a tree soon :)
Christmas decorating is definitely on slow speed around here!
And I'm watching Gilmore Girls on Netflix with Mollie cause, you know, everyone else is.
I hope my next post is about Christmas Decorations.
At my house. Completed. We will see!