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February 2021 Deviled Egg Plate Giveaway

Posted by Stacy Reece on

Stacy is back with her deviled-egg plate giveaways! To get a chance to win two plates — and a $35 gift card for whatever you want from Down South House & Home — just watch the video, then leave a comment below on the topic Stacy talks about. We love hearing from all y'all.

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  • She discussed the new 2021 collection? Changing plate give aways to once a month, her messy yard, etc.

    Christie D Eason on

  • She discussed the new 2021 collection? Changing plate give aways to once a month, her messy yard, etc.

    Christie D Eason on

  • I wrote earlier but I do have to add that one of my grandsons loves deviled eggs and can eat a whole plate by himself. They spent a lot of time over here this summer as we have all been cloistered in our homes. One day he asked me to teach him how to make deviled eggs. He is 11 so I had him boil the eggs, peel them and then mix them up and fill them. I think he was surprised about putting in mustard. We all like to use Wickles relish and Duke’s but until your blog, I had never heard of putting them in ice water. He was very proud of himself and it was a fun thing to do with him. I did break down and buy several Dollar Tree egg plates at Christmas, but maybe one day I will have a real one.

    Dianne Medlock Joy on

  • This pandemic has brought acceptance. I convinced my husband that since we are no longer traveling, we can use that money to make some home renovations and repairs. I am not sure how sound my argument with him was but it has been great seeing a leaky porch repaired and our front yard weed meadow getting a makeover. We also got rid of the lawsuit-waiting-to-happen front porch railing. I have also felt good about giving local companies business, especially since they have all been outside projects. I am grateful that my family has taken it seriously and we all live close by, so we have been able to see our children and grandchildren. After 53 years, my husband and I have learned a whole new level of peaceful co-existence.

    Dianne Medlock Joy on

  • I have learned to live for the moment and not take anyone/anything for granted. I have a deepened faith in God and appreciate the little things more, despite hardships our family faced.

    Sarah Kidwell on

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