Sunday, September 17, 2023

Nobility at Home; A Few Books

Dear Ladies.

Thank you for visiting today. I love hearing what you do while you listen to these broadcasts. The video is at the end of this post.  You can listen here without the ads, so far as I know.

Just a reminder to look at Miss Lillians Sewing Blog,
and Beautiful Homemaking by my friend, Janine,
and My Pinterest where I collect inspiring pictures and ideas for the home.

I thought you might like these pretty dresses I recently added to my Pinterest for sewing ideas:

Of course, clothing for the home should be according to your own likes and requirements. I'm not here to dictate. 

I've been stealth-sipping close to The Manse. 

Today I talked mostly about nobility, manners and composure and included a few ideas for new homeschoolers.

Painting by Daniel Ridgeway Knight

Painting by Edmund Blair Leighton

Please enjoy home while you listen today.


Linda said...

Hello Mrs. Sherman. Could/would you please add a link to Janine's blog on your side bar with the other blog links? I do watch your videos on your blog, and often when you don't have a new video, I like to click on some of the other blogs you have listed. I have good intentions of visiting Janine's blog, but don't remember to do so.

Thank you for sharing your life and viewpoints with us. I enjoy "visiting" with you.

Lydia said...

Her video blog is called Beautiful Homemaking and is always listed on the upper left sidebar. I’m glad you like her content.

Linda said...

Thank you.

Hanah said...

Thank you for sharing more of your lovely family "archives". Those dresses are beautiful. My favorite is the bright pink one with the bow tied in front. You shared lots of great advice and wisdom today. I put my baby to bed, laid on the couch, and relaxed while listening to this broadcast. That was my reward for my day's work. LOL now I can go to bed with thoughts of nobility on my mind.

Christal said...

I had a very blessed time listening today, loved your broadcast as always, I was able to make a big salad, I also fixed homemade Fuji apple salad dressing, and washed the bed linens. Thank you for all your inspiring words.

living from glory to glory said...

Greetings, Always love the pretty dresses!
I have been busy catching up on some cleaning!
Also, have been doing some Slow Stitching, very relaxing!
Some very good YouTube videos explaining it!
Hugs, Roxy

Michell Hendrick said...

I enjoyed the talk today! I especially liked the talk of being careful who we have in our homes. I always learn from you.

Lydia said...

Hi Michell. Got your nice card. Will try to answer this year 😉

Janine said...

We own so many of the same books! Excellent advice about not letting people live with you. I made that mistake 30 years ago. The first girl was so wonderful and helpful, I even let her stay while I went on vacation. But the next two caused me no end of anguish. When I married my husband I was so happy when he said we were not going to allow people to stay with us. It felt weird because my parents always had relatives in need sleeping on the couch for months at a time, but it also felt protective. Interestingly, no one has ever asked to stay overnight in 20 years! But someone we knew was asked to take in a troubled youth by his pastor, and the youth robbed him and killed him. So shocking. I think some people who have the room and feel so led make wonderful memories with stateside missionaries, but most people....No.