dinner on the porch

Mary Dougherty

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I love spending time on a porch. I actually don’t spend as much time as I would like, but when I do the world slows down. There is time to relax, talk, and enjoy some delicious food. We (okay, actually it was all Matt) recently spruced up our porch for outdoor dining. After hanging some vines and lights we also created candle holders with some extra mason jars and wire. It’s been a bit too humid to fully enjoy dinners outside but I know we have to take advantage of it before the temperatures drop. Here’s a little peek at what it looks like when we enjoyed our weekly homemade pizza with Megan…

yum! I love that pizza. Our one piece of dachshund memorabilia: corn holders.

it was simple to make the hangers for the jars. We started with a circle of wire bigger than the mouth of the jar. We put it on the jar and twisted two sides to tighten, also creating two loops to hang from. A long piece of wire was twisted through those loops and cut to as long as we wanted. They’ve been hanging outside for two weeks and are still there! :)

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