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February 04, 2007


What a beautiful celebration - I'd say pretty good for someone who only recently made all the Candlemas connections! I love your centerpieces and mantel decor.

Alice, this is just breathtaking! Your teas are so beautiful *and* so do-able. How tenderly you are nourishing those precious seeds ... God bless you, my friend.

What a lovely celebration! And I love, love, love the idea of using the Advent log again!

Alice, (happy sigh) it's so beautiful. I didn't have a chance to do the tea, but am tucking away the idea for next year.

Alice, it's all gorgeous. Please, please, please adopt me. I'm not all that old, and would still benefit from being brought up in your house. :-)

Seriously, you have inspired me to make a MUCH larger observance of Candlemas next year. Thank you, as always.

Very, very beautiful! :)

I couldn't wait to see what you did for Candlmas, and you did not disappoint:)Just beautiful, Alice.

Oh, Alice, your Candlemas was so beautiful! I love your Advent Log. And next year we will have to have baked pretzels and mustard. Just lovely!
Can I be like you when I grow up?

How beautiful! The pictures of your little ones in church are priceless!
Inspired again by your wonderful ideas we had our own candlemas tea. I can't thank you enough for helping me create those meaningful memories for my children. http://atimetokeep.typepad.com/a_time_to_keep/2007/02/feast_of_the_pr.html
I hope you won't mind the extensive quoting.

Alice, Just beautiful! You are so inspiring. I want to know when you are going to write a book about all of your liturgical teas? (hint, hint) Blessings to you and your beautiful family. Peace, Kirsten

It all looks and sounds (and tastes!) beautiful.

Alice, what a lovely day! I ended up spending it in the DMV unexpectantly and our celebration consisted of Starbuck's Mudpies with me acting all surprised that the ice cream wasn't white - LOL! Everything else about them was perfect. But Marianna heard the story, made a few connections and the cars and boats are re-registered. (and I have a new obsession, those Mudpies are delicious!)

Alice you are amazing. God certainly blessed us all with your gentle spirit and wonderful creativity.

Alice, I am amazed at your creativity. You have so inspired me. Just wonderful Clarice

So beautiful, Alice! I love the picture of the Presentation that you used--we used the same one! Check my blog if you have a moment. Our celebration was much simpler, but we still took much inspiration from you. I hope you don't mind that I dubbed you the "Tea Fairy"!

Incredible!! Wow!

Just so beautiful and inspiring, Alice, as always. We spent our feast sharing with family on a sad anniversary. But the words "Now you can dismiss your servant in peace" always seem appropriate for this feast. He now sees the Light in His full splendor.

That's beautiful, Alice!

You can see my much humbler offering here: http://iamhisbeloved.wordpress.com/2007/02/02/candlemas/

How lovely. You are such an inspiration!

Alice, your celebration was a beutiful tribute to the presentation. I've stopped by before, but just had to come again to be inspired by your Candlemas Tea. Because of you I have some lovely ideas for our first Candlemas next year.

Just beautiful, Alice! I love the menu, the centerpiece and the creative way that you decorated and adapted your Advent log.

Can you tell us more about the painting over your mantel? It is just beautiful!

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