Giveaway: A Homemade Year
Okay, it’s been ages & ages since we’ve had a giveaway here, and this is one I’m so excited about—consider it a treat for your Easter basket that will arrive just ever-so-slightly after Easter. But we’re not sticklers around here, are we?
Jerusalem Greer sent me her lovely book A Homemade Year last fall, and I read it on a flight. As I’ve mentioned once or twice or nine hundred times recently, last fall was a little busy for me. So I don’t know where I was coming or going that night, but I do know that it was night time and I was very very tired, and that I curled up against the window of a plane and fell in love with this book.
The best books are my friends, my healers, my places of refuge and rest, and that night this book was all those things for me. It’s a collection of stories and recipes and ideas for holiday celebrations and family memory-making, all structured around the calendar. It’s just as warm and darling as it sounds.
Jerusalem’s sister Judea Jackson did all the photography, and it’s a beautiful book, the kind you want to give as a gift to someone you love. Which is exactly why I’m giving one to you…
In order to enter to win, all you have to do is comment with your favorite Easter tradition—somethings that’s always on the menu, or the special way your family marked the holiday. Tell us about your favorite Easter experience, decoration, memory, flavor, church tradition.
You can comment once, and I’ll choose a winner on Saturday morning–we’ll cut things off early, at 8am.
I’ll announce the winner later that day, and this is the great news, even if you don’t win, Jerusalem’s publisher is offering my reader almost 40% off using the coupon code shauna–pretty fantastic, huh?
Happy Easter and much much love. XO