Thursday, August 27, 2009

Don't forget Tasha Tudor Day!

Tomorrow, August 28th, is Tasha Tudor Day which is sponsored by the Storybook Woods blog.

There are many ways people participated last year. You can plan a Tasha tea with your kids, review your favorite Tasha books, show pictures of your garden like Tasha's, or just chat about how Tasha inspired your life.

For further information, go here. Included in this link are posts regarding last year's Tasha Tudor Day. Last year we left a comment on the Storybook Woods Tasha Tudor Day post on August 28th if we participated.

I love this blog all year round. :)

5 comments:

carla said...

My parents were born in 1909 and 1914 and I grew up hearing their stories about the 1920's (farmers had it bad even before the Depression), the Great Depression and World War II. I am fascinated by those eras. My favorite "reality show" (not even remotely like Survivor) is 1940's House. The extended family experienced the British war years as authentically as possible and didn't cheat. Norman Longmate is a British writer (and one of the consultants on 1940's House) who compiled hundreds of personal narratives into his book "How We Lived Then". Lovely book. Nella Last's War is a housewife's diary of the same years. Mrs. Miniver, although fiction, is wonderful. The book is very different from the movie, but both are treats.

I love this topic!

Please do more on it!

Storybook Woods said...

Oh thank you Brenda xoxoxoxox Clarice

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

I'm writing up my post later today - have to wait until tomorrow to take a few pics as it's dark and rainy! Can't wait to see what everyone does!

Manuela

Stephanie Griffith said...

I love Tasha Tudor!

carla said...

My goodness, is my face red! I meant to post the above comment under Parent Ponderings Part Two. Please excuse me for not paying attention more closely.