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Every Thursday, here at Like Mother, Like Daughter!
First, the giveaway results!
So happy that you all loved the CD from our dear friend Paul Jernberg! The randomly picked winner of the giveaway is Nina who said,
The CD sounds like a winner. I will try the samples and would love to win it. I’m reading my copy of The Little Oratory again now. I’ll get something new out of it each time. Thank you, tnx.
An email is on its way to you!
If you didn’t win, do take advantage of the code leila to purchase the CD, download, and/or score from the site at a 10% discount. You won’t regret it.
Here is another video with more clips of this Mass that is beautiful, fitting, and not difficult for the congregation to learn!
It’s that time of year here at the homestead. Hydrangea harvesting!
The flowers are so pretty decorating the house in the bowls, on the windowsill in random vases, and in the basket in my bedroom. They are drying there on the beam (except for the ones that are in the bowls — those had broken stems and will keep their shape because they are crammed in there!), awaiting strewing.
They look extra pretty with waxed leaves of red and gold popped in amongst them. Deirdre wrote about the (incredibly simple) method we’ve always used. A few hydrangeas in the Advent wreath don’t go amiss…
Last week on the deck, while I was prepping the hydrangea:
And yet, an open window in mid-October!
Blurry cat on the move…