Monthly Archives: September 2010

Chocolate Banana Bread

As the weather turns cooler, I begin to bake more breads and sweets to enjoy with a warm cup of afternoon tea or hot cup of coffee in the morning.  I especially love quick breads that use banana or pumpkin.  … Continue reading

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Demi-plié

Last Spring, our daughter’s dance teacher at the local community center, approached me about enrolling her in private tap and ballet lessons.  So, this Fall, our six-year old daughter began the study of tap and ballet at Miss Tauna’s dance … Continue reading

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Beautiful Borders and Boundaries

Currently, I’m reading LIVING SPACES, Bringing Style and Spirit to Your Home authored by Marlee LeDai.  It is an easy read that invites the reader to tour their own home, room by room, inside and out, looking for opportunities to … Continue reading

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The Greek Revival Farmhouse

What is a Greek Revival farmhouse? Simply put, the Greek Revival farmhouse is a simplified and scaled-back version of the urban Greek Revival house. The Greek Revival style, known as the “national style” because it was the first truly American … Continue reading

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Welcome New Readers

Welcome to Vintage Home Modern Living, a blog dedicated to gracious living here in America’s heartland.  My husband and I currently reside in a new “old” house; that is, a home built in this past decade that more closely resembles … Continue reading

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