They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I’d add especially when it comes to hair styling. Read More →
Hot House: 1708 Kurtz Avenue, Historic Lutherville, MD 21093
Octagonal house, circa 1856, in gravel cement block and stucco, well maintained and updated. Terrace, stone patio, Juliette balcony and back porch. Four bedrooms, 2.5 baths over 2,880 sq. ft. Two stories, with attic and partially finished, windowed basement. Central spiral staircase, 12’ ceilings, original wide-plank Georgia pine floors, interior shutters, long windows and French doors to porch, recent kitchen, en suite master bedroom, central a/c. Circular driveway, covered parking, rear guest house/studio, 1.5 acres with mature plantings: $849,000 Read More →
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Montessori As Preparation for the “Real World,” written by Lower Elementary Lead Guide, Ms. Cheri Gardner
In Montessori classrooms, we don’t insist that our students sit at desks all day, do the same work that everyone else does, or stop doing things they’re immersed in because a bell rings. Parents unfamiliar with Montessori often say, “That sounds great, but how does Montessori prepare children for the ‘real world?’” Read More →
It’s that time of year- We’re bored, there’s too much snow on the ground, some kids are still out of school- Read More →
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We all know that a picture is worth 1000 words. But did you know the wedding invitation you receive in the mail has just as much to say?
No, it’s not just a piece of paper.
Hannah Rodewald, owner of The Pleasure of Your Company at Green Spring Station, has helped thousands of area brides-to-be (and their moms and grooms-to-be) design their invitations. As you can imagine, styles and trends have evolved over the last 30 years she has been in the stationery business.
One thing has remained the same: the wedding invitation sets the tone for the entire wedding celebration. Whether the couple chooses ecru linen with gold script or navy stock with modern typeface, it tells a story about the event — and the couple.
“Oh, the stories we could tell about weddings!” winked Hannah. But she doesn’t. She’s a professional.
… but she did share a few stories behind some of her favorite invitation designs. Read More →
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