That's What She Said

That’s What She Said: Edith Sitwell

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How it works


Each month we will pick a quote, the quotes we choose are women’s words… get it? That’s What She Said.

The link up will run for 2 weeks.

We will pin and feature our favorites, the following month.

You will always know what the next month’s quote is, we will have it posted here, and sent to your inbox!





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Number one rule: Have fun and be creative ♡



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What she said


Book Delight, shared a story of strength about her best friend. Nothing


Afro Chic Mompreneur, shared how she doesn’t allow her pain to be an excuse to fail, rather it is her motivation.

This month's quote

Edith Sitwell| That's What She Said| Monthly Quote Link up| Quotes| Women's Quotes|

I read this quote and thought two things…


2) Where is home? Home. It seems my family and I have become a bit nomadic, so, home is wherever the five of us are.  Currently home is here, but who knows where home will be in two years…

Farmers Market South Carolina



Home, I guess, doesn’t have to be a location, it can be a special place, feeling, or person, like my husband’s arms.  The sound of my children’s laughter. The smell of fresh baked goodies, made by the hands of my family.  There’s this special spot back in Texas, it houses, laughter, good food, and one of the best ladies ever. Home, these memories are home…

Promise 2 Babies

The smell of my babies, their sweet little touches, memories never forgotten yet stored in their new home, which beats with each single new memory stored.

Christmas in July 2014

The lovely thing about traditions, you can take them anywhere, and keep them going, to me that feels like home.

Crazy Starbucks addicted parents|Mrs. AOK, A Work In

This man, our marriage, our life, is home, the best home I’ve ever known.



Illinois, not in a million zillion years would I have ever thought I’d say, “Illionis feels like home”, but it does.  We have TONS of great memories there.

Make A Christmas Wish 2014| Mrs. AOK, A Work In Progress


Where is your home?

Show Us Yours

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Jan Q


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16 thoughts on “That’s What She Said: Edith Sitwell”

  1. What a great idea! I love this post you shared. You can truly see that your family means the world to you…and you’re a beautiful family at that, even your furbaby :).

    I’m not sure if I can jump on it in December but your quote for January already has my wheels spinning 🙂

    Happy hump day hun!

    1. Thanks, Corina!! I would absolutely LOVE for you to join us 🙂

      I’m in love with these guys, I’m glad it’s apparent 🙂 My life is happily full with each one of them, including my furbaby.

  2. Well I secretly hope you’ll move up here!
    I do love the quote and it is what I love about winter. And it’s how I survive it.
    By the way you look so pretty in that host photo above!

    1. Ha! The secret is out 🙂 I’d LOVE to get up north.
      The quote is lovely, it just evoked such warm winter memories 🙂
      Thank you, for your sweet comment in regard to my picture, I think I kind of look b*tchy in that picture 😀

  3. I’m with Tamara, I think you should move up to Massachusetts 😉 Or at least farther north. But I do need a good excuse to go down to South Carolina!

    I think home is more than just a physical location. It’s being with Sam and Eve and even spending time in my parents’ home, the house in which I grew up. My current house is slowly feeling like home, and I hope it’s home for awhile because I don’t want to move again any time soon!

    1. I’ve been wanting to visit Massachusetts for the LONGEST time!! You have an excuse, for now 🙂
      It took some time for me to call this house, home. I totally understand, I think it was us leaving for vacation coming back here, and my immense appreciation for my own spot or my own bed 🙂

      I totally think home is more than a physical location. Family always feels like home to me <3

    1. You are such a sweetheart, thanks!
      I truly LOVE this linkup, I love the challenge of finding words that each month’s quote evokes. I would totally love if you joined us one month or every month 🙂

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