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November 20, 2009


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Love the article on you. That was so great that you stayed "cool, calm, and collected" with the raw turkey event!

It's always a joy to read your post. I have so enjoyed catching up with the last five or so. Hope you have a fabulous Thanksgiving, Eddie!
xo Lidy

Hi Eddie~Welcome back to KC! If you and Jaithan are still in town on Dec 4~5, please stop by our Miss Frenchies Holiday Brocante Show at the Historical Alexander Majors Barn.


A perfect time to return to Kansas City!! The Country Club Plaza and Crown Center will be all lit It is like a magical experience for anyone to behold. I will do everything i can to make it !!!

White chocolate and peppermint truffle! Hope you'll be sharing that recipe with your loyal fans soon, as the holidays are approaching.

You will be sharing that delicious trifle recipe won't you? Umm, peppermint and white chocolate...sounds like just the thing I need to impress the new in laws!

Eddie - sure wish i could join you in kansas city - love the place - though don't get that way very often - do you stop in to say hi to Debbie at Curious Sofa? don't guess ya'll ever make it to waco ? lol!
i do enjoy your blog and style - and your etsy shop -


If you have the opportunity to see Eddie & Jaithan, DO IT! I had the pleasure of meeting them in Richmond this past week and they (1) look even better in person; (2) are absolutely charming; (3) are very funny and (4) Eddie gave a very informative presentation. I so enjoyed the evening as did many of my friends that also attended. They took photos with everyone that asked and let all the ladies talk them to death with smiles on their faces. Why attend an expensive event if you can't speak with the guests of honor? They are particularly accessible and just FUN! I'm sure the always lovely Mrs. Blandings will be there and give us a full report. Have fun everyone!

Hi Eddie, yum the peppermint trifle sounds wonderful and I am sure it looks very festive. That would be a quick fix if someone was popping in, which happens a lot during the holidays, great idea. Thank you for sharing Kathysue

Oh have fun in Kansas City Eddie; I just came back & will be there over Thanksgiving (leaving the 30th .....DARN)!!!
There is so much to see & there is so much to do! Have a great time, Ms. Blandings was my basis for the tour I took while there! She knows all the best places to go!
Make sure you bring your pocketbook & stroll by the Mission Mall!! Unbelievable .....

Eddie, how nice you're heading back to our area once again. I just picked up the Spaces magazine at work, and I have to say this is the best issue in awhile.. Hope to see you then..hugs ~lynne~

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