Monthly Archives: November 2009

More Cowbell

Two years ago Chris and I joined my brother and his boys in the upper deck of Davis Wade Stadium to watch Mississippi State play Ole Miss, the in-state rivalry known as the Egg Bowl. State trailed late in the … Continue reading

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Blogging for Blog Sake

Last year on November 27th I posted my first blog on Blogger, and I have enjoyed every minute of the adventure. I am not blogging to make money, market a product, give cooking tips, or improve your golf game. I … Continue reading

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Rainbow Cupcakes

Some of my favorite memories have been standing around the chop block in my mother’s kitchen. This was the case this morning and this afternoon as we prepped for our large Thanksgiving Day spread. Last night as I helped my … Continue reading

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Turkey Day

Everyone has their favorite holiday or day of the year. My favorite season is fall, favorite month is November, and favorite day is Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is the last great holiday left. The once great Christmas has been taken over by … Continue reading

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I Think I May Lose My Job!

I am not sure if anyone knows this, but I dated Peyton Manning. He was my boyfriend before we tragically broke up because we never meet in real life and he got married. Yes, ever since he wore the number … Continue reading

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Barn Gone Wild

Tonight was my third day in a row to work at the Barn. It was quite an active and drama filled night. I walked in on Hudson, Magnolia Garland, and Faux Snow scrambling to prepare for a special Barn yard … Continue reading

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Will the Trees Stay?

Five years ago Chris and I closed on our first home. We were so proud of our jewel, our palace, our home. We were very detailed in the selection of our home… we thought. This blog is the good, the … Continue reading

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AC Birthday Bonanza

Today was my birthday! Someone told me it was a special day. I replied with “I am too old for a special day”.  Reluctantly, today has been a very special day. From birthday greetings on Facebook, to the delivery of … Continue reading

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Poverty Barn

This weekend was a great weekend at the Barn. I had been away from the Barn for over a week. Returning from a trip to Wisconsin and a recruiting trip to Florida, it was great to work with all my … Continue reading

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Somewhat GraphiteFree

Know that this blog was first written in my journal and then transposed… Two years ago tonight I was packing for my first cross-country recruiting trip with Snapper to Arizona. That was the epic journey to Embry Riddle Prescott where … Continue reading

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Titletown

Green Bay, Wisconsin is a wonderfully neat town. It is home to the last truly small town professional sports team. What makes the Packers special is the community that surrounds it and supports it. It is not owned by a … Continue reading

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