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how to decorate around a fireplace
    fireplace
  • A place for a domestic fire, esp. a grate or hearth at the base of a chimney
  • A structure surrounding such a place
  • (Fireplaces) A fireplace can offer warmth, ambience, and an inviting focal point in a home. Fire provides the perfect atmosphere for social interaction, and watching the dancing flames is a mesmerizing experience.
  • an open recess in a wall at the base of a chimney where a fire can be built; "the fireplace was so large you could walk inside it"; "he laid a fire in the hearth and lit it"; "the hearth was black with the charcoal of many fires"
  • A fireplace is an architectural structure to contain a fire for heating and, especially historically, for cooking. A fire is contained in a firebox or firepit; a chimney or other flue directs gas and particulate exhaust to escape.
    decorate
  • award a mark of honor, such as a medal, to; "He was decorated for his services in the military"
  • Provide (a room or building) with a color scheme, paint, wallpaper, etc
  • Confer an award or medal on (a member of the armed forces)
  • make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
  • Make (something) look more attractive by adding ornament to it
  • deck: be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
    how to
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  • Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic
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Larkin Cardin Story Page 2
Larkin Cardin Story Page 2
Madisonville, Monroe County, Tennessee Newspaper feature story called Homefolks Dated December 2003found by cousin Nelda Cardin Goins in November 2009. Great-grandson inherited Kin's traits'¬ Descendant of Larkin Cardin says he admires his ancestor Enjoyed his Liquor, Whisky, Tea and “Pulling Leg” HE CAN'T READ or WRITE, but he is tremendously proud of his great-grandfather Larkin Cardin, and he can spin yarns about the Monroe County pioneer that make the person hearing them almost wish that Larkin was ¬their ancestor. Larkin grew up with a father who was a shrewd business man, a father who enjoyed his liquor including hot toddy; a mixture of hot tea, honey, lemon and whiskey. The Revolutionary War or no, they would not have given up their tea. They may have grown their own, ¬used herbal tea or sassafras tea, but they would not have given up tea. They took afternoon naps, after which it would be teatime. Teatime included food and talking, the Cardin’s were big on talking. Certain occasions meant only one thing to a Cardin, talking ¬and telling stories. Teasing or pulling someone's leg and relating the latest gossip. CARDIN GOSSIP In the Cardin Family it would be hard to decide who was more gossipy, the men or the women. The Cardin’s had a keen sense of humor and never missed an opportunity to use it. A proper tea would have been served, using things having belonged to ancestors. Arts of blacksmithing & Violin Larkin's father taught him the art of blacksmithing, just as his father had taught him. Larkin's father also taught him to play a violin as his father had also taught him. Broidery, Hope Chests & Dowry Larkin's sisters would have been taught to set a proper table and serve a proper tea. His sisters would have been instructed in broidery and would have spent many hours perfecting it. Each girl would have received a hope chest between the ages of six to eight-years-old. Each girl would have spent her single years filling the chest, in part with assorted linens that she would have embroidered and monogrammed with her initials. This would have been part of her dowry. None of the girls would have dreamed of marriage without a proper dowry, and her linens ¬and embroidery would warm her soul and fill her with pride until the day she died. Education & Shrewd Businessman LARKIN RECEIVED AN education and he in turn ¬became a shrewd businessman. He was stingy and was I said to have the first dollar he ever made. He supplied his families’ needs and doled out money as needed, but no one in the family ever knew where he kept his gold hidden. Sugar Cane, Popcorn, Watermelon & Lullabies The Cardin’s specialized in the growing of their weak¬nesses of sugar cane, popcorn and watermelon. Of course, they also grew other crops. Every evening they would pop popcorn in the fireplace. The family would sit around the fireplace and talk, sing and play musical instruments. Children were lullabied to sleep by violin music. As chil¬dren, some Cardin’s ruined their teeth by chewing on sugar cane. In a business deal no one ever came out on top, except for Larkin Cardin, unless his son, Jordan Cardin, succeeded a time or two. Of course, Larkin taught his sons blacksmithing¬ and violin. Larkin Reaches Forward In Time to the Great Depression JORDAN CARDIN (1820 to July 14, 1842 Monroe County, Tn, 6th child of Larkin Cardin & Elizabeth Sentell, wife was Nancy Jane North) TAUGHT his son, John Leonard Cardin (June 1862 to Feb 5, 1926 wife was Sarah Elizabeth Massengale), and he taught grandfather, Harvey Johnson, the arts of blacksmithing and violin. The blacksmithing saved my grandparents during the Depression. In a way, it is like Larkin reached forward in time to teach succeeding generations. Ice-Skating Cardin Winter Pastime In winter, when and where a Pond, Lake or River was frozen over, the Cardin’s were ice-skating. Each family member owned his or her own pair of ice skates. Christmas Special Cardin Holiday Christmas was a big holiday for them. Maybe it was a German influence. (Larkin’s wife, Elizabeth Sentell, was of German descent. She was born in Halifax North Carolina on March 1, 1787 and died March 17 1866 in Monroe County, Tennessee.). Every year they had a very special fruitcake. It took a full year to properly prepare it for the event. The fruitcake had to be properly wrapped and tightly stored. Then for a full year liquor would be poured over the fruitcake until moist, then checked often, and more liquor poured on. After a year, one whiff was enough to knock a person out. No one could wait for a slice. Voices Into a Whisper IT IS A FACT that Larkin Cardin owned slaves, as many as 40 at a time. I wish this had not been so, but it was. The only thing worse than a slave owner is a slave trader. My Cardin’s would lower their voices into a whisper while putting a hand to the side of their mouth to whisper that Larkin had been both. Some Cardin’s never touched the sub¬ject. I would like to
Larkin Cardin Story Page 1
Larkin Cardin Story Page 1
Madisonville, Monroe County, Tennessee Newspaper feature story called Homefolks Dated December 2003found by cousin Nelda Cardin Goins in November 2009. Great-grandson inherited Kin's traits Descendant of Larkin Cardin says he admires his ancestor Enjoyed his Liquor, Whisky, Tea and “Pulling Leg” HE CAN'T READ or WRITE, but he is tremendously proud of his great-grandfather Larkin Cardin, and he can spin yarns about the Monroe County pioneer that make the person hearing them almost wish that Larkin was ¬their ancestor. Larkin grew up with a father who was a shrewd business man, a father who enjoyed his liquor including hot toddy; a mixture of hot tea, honey, lemon and whiskey. The Revolutionary War or no, they would not have given up their tea. They may have grown their own, ¬used herbal tea or sassafras tea, but they would not have given up tea. They took afternoon naps, after which it would be teatime. Teatime included food and talking, the Cardin’s were big on talking. Certain occasions meant only one thing to a Cardin, talking ¬and telling stories. Teasing or pulling someone's leg and relating the latest gossip. CARDIN GOSSIP In the Cardin Family it would be hard to decide who was more gossipy, the men or the women. The Cardin’s had a keen sense of humor and never missed an opportunity to use it. A proper tea would have been served, using things having belonged to ancestors. Arts of blacksmithing & Violin Larkin's father taught him the art of blacksmithing, just as his father had taught him. Larkin's father also taught him to play a violin as his father had also taught him. Broidery, Hope Chests & Dowry Larkin's sisters would have been taught to set a proper table and serve a proper tea. His sisters would have been instructed in broidery and would have spent many hours perfecting it. Each girl would have received a hope chest between the ages of six to eight-years-old. Each girl would have spent her single years filling the chest, in part with assorted linens that she would have embroidered and monogrammed with her initials. This would have been part of her dowry. None of the girls would have dreamed of marriage without a proper dowry, and her linens ¬and embroidery would warm her soul and fill her with pride until the day she died. Education & Shrewd Businessman LARKIN RECEIVED AN education and he in turn ¬became a shrewd businessman. He was stingy and was I said to have the first dollar he ever made. He supplied his families’ needs and doled out money as needed, but no one in the family ever knew where he kept his gold hidden. Sugar Cane, Popcorn, Watermelon & Lullabies The Cardin’s specialized in the growing of their weak¬nesses of sugar cane, popcorn and watermelon. Of course, they also grew other crops. Every evening they would pop popcorn in the fireplace. The family would sit around the fireplace and talk, sing and play musical instruments. Children were lullabied to sleep by violin music. As chil¬dren, some Cardin’s ruined their teeth by chewing on sugar cane. In a business deal no one ever came out on top, except for Larkin Cardin, unless his son, Jordan Cardin, succeeded a time or two. Of course, Larkin taught his sons blacksmithing¬ and violin. Larkin Reaches Forward In Time to the Great Depression JORDAN CARDIN (1820 to July 14, 1842 Monroe County, Tn, 6th child of Larkin Cardin & Elizabeth Sentell, wife was Nancy Jane North) TAUGHT his son, John Leonard Cardin (June 1862 to Feb 5, 1926 wife was Sarah Elizabeth Massengale), and he taught grandfather, Harvey Johnson, the arts of blacksmithing and violin. The blacksmithing saved my grandparents during the Depression. In a way, it is like Larkin reached forward in time to teach succeeding generations. Ice-Skating Cardin Winter Pastime In winter, when and where a Pond, Lake or River was frozen over, the Cardin’s were ice-skating. Each family member owned his or her own pair of ice skates. Christmas Special Cardin Holiday Christmas was a big holiday for them. Maybe it was a German influence. (Larkin’s wife, Elizabeth Sentell, was of German descent. She was born in Halifax North Carolina on March 1, 1787 and died March 17 1866 in Monroe County, Tennessee.). Every year they had a very special fruitcake. It took a full year to properly prepare it for the event. The fruitcake had to be properly wrapped and tightly stored. Then for a full year liquor would be poured over the fruitcake until moist, then checked often, and more liquor poured on. After a year, one whiff was enough to knock a person out. No one could wait for a slice. Voices Into a Whisper IT IS A FACT that Larkin Cardin owned slaves, as many as 40 at a time. I wish this had not been so, but it was. The only thing worse than a slave owner is a slave trader. My Cardin’s would lower their voices into a whisper while putting a hand to the side of their mouth to whisper that Larkin had been both. Some Cardin’s never touched the sub¬ject. I would like to g

how to decorate around a fireplace
how to decorate around a fireplace
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