Seriously, folks, has it really been five years that I’ve been married to this wonderful man?!? It’s both flown by and seemed like longer than 5 years. In some ways, I feel like it was just yesterday we were walking … Continue reading Photo Friday: Five Fabulous Years Together
Wow, guys….. What. A. Week. It’s been one for the record books. There were Valentine’s Day school parties, Garen on the road two days, getting ready for helping with decorations for the school dance, and more “real work” than I … Continue reading My Funny Valentine
Figure out who you are and then do it on purpose. – Dolly Parton Such a fantastic quote. It is tomorrow’s quote of the day for Tuesday in my planner. I just recently watched the popular Netflix movie, Duplin’. It … Continue reading Whoooooo are you?
Growing up, and even in the recent past, my mom has told me, “You are just like your Dad….” Man, what a compliment. My Dad is one of my heroes. It’s no secret that I adore him. I’m proud of his accomplishments throughout his career, but I’m even more proud of the man he is personally. Here’s a few things that I love about him: He takes things as they come. He has more patience than any person I have ever met….even Garen and that’s saying a lot. He’s generous and truly believes in doing what’s right, even if it’s … Continue reading My Dad turns 60
We got Anna her first American Doll for her birthday. She loves it. Garen got this photo of us “doing hair.” I love it. So real. So special. Here’s another great one that Garen took. Happy Photo Friday! Continue reading Photo Friday: A girl and her doll
Today’s prompt for (Not so) Tall Tale Tuesday is: Write about the woman who has had the greatest impact on your life. This didn’t take more than a few seconds for me to know exactly who I’d write about- my … Continue reading (Not so) Tall Tale Tuesday: What Makes a Great Mom
Confession: this is a little more serious of a post than what I usually write. I grew up in a small, rural town in Texas where we didn’t ever get MLK day off. We briefly learned about him and his … Continue reading Celebrating MLK