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This past Saturday my mom, aunt, cousin, and I attended the Waynesboro Christmas Home Tour sponsored by the Wayne Theatre Alliance.
Susan has long admired the Zawhorodny home and we were delighted to get the chance to tour it. This home was designed by Daley Craig in 1953 for Russell and Stella McDow. The Zawhorodnys purchased the home in 2004 and completely remodeled it. We adored the Williamsburg style of this home.
Our last home to tour was the Curry-Montgomery House built in 1959 for Dr. Bill Smith, Waynesboro’s first pediatrician. It is currently owned by Dr. Sandra Curry and Mr. Thomas Montgomery. The house was designed to simulate the French Quarter in New Orleans.
I hate that this picture is blurry.
I’ve been lucky to see a lot of Mama in the past few weeks. This Saturday we will make a long drive to see my niece perform in The Nutcracker.
Does your area host a Christmas tour? It’s been a few years since my town has had one. When there is a tour, Mama and I always attend.