Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Attic is Calling

Once the last bite of apple pie is eaten and the dishes are loaded in the dishwasher after the Thanksgiving meal, the attic begins to call. It’s time to begin the annual pilgrimage of getting down the containers of Christmas … Continue reading

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Surprise Visitor

Ronny had set out a trap to catch a rabbit that had been nibbling (or rather eating) our mums. But this morning, much to our surprise, we found a small Opossum in the trap instead. Boy are these guys ugly, … Continue reading

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The Younger Man

I married a younger man. Yep, that’s right. For three months, I’m the older one. But yesterday he caught up with me. Happy birthday sugar bear. I love you. And from our home to yours, we wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving.

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Family Friday: Tex-Mex & Goblins

Don’t you wish sometimes you could have a do over? Not because you did something wrong and want to make it right, but because you want to experience it again and again. I would love to be back in Dallas … Continue reading

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A little Jack, a little Checkers

After taking a tour of the Jack Daniel’s Distillery, we took a short walk over to the Lynchburg, TN town square where Ronny found a worthy opponent for a game of checkers.

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Thank You

Ronny attended two Veteran’s Day Celebrations yesterday. We started the day off at Garrett’s elementary school.  Each year they have a ceremony that recognizes those that have served in all branches of the military. Ronny has participated for the last four years … Continue reading

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The King

This statue of Elvis is located inside the Welcome Center in Memphis, TN. Pretty good likeness don’t you think? I vividly remember seeing him on the Ed Sullivan show and immediately became part of the Elvis phenomena. Parents thought his … Continue reading

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