You’ve heard enough about me! Let me introduce you to some of my people…Let’s turn the tables and questions…starting with these lovelies who graced my life after moving to Baton Rouge. The sequence of events leading up to me finding and knowing them has God’s fingerprints ALL OVER IT. I had been praying for what… Continue reading t r i b e s.
It was the weekend “before” that we were recognizing just how much fun grandparenting can be. She had picked Ella up after we kept her for what we thought was time for her to work some extra hours and as they drove away we looked at each other and said… “This is awesome!” Grandparenting is… Continue reading it’s maternal.
I’m listening to Kathie Lee interview Dolly Parton on a podcast and she asks her if she has any regrets…if she could change anything, would she…her response paraphrased but almost exact: “I wouldn’t change a thing…cause if I changed one thing, it might change everything, and I like where I am now…” Oh Dolly…you know… Continue reading r e g r e t
Hannah is trading her lumberjack in for a masked raider…Thrilled! All my eggs will be in one basket!…all my babies in one crib! …IN OTHER WORDS ALL THREE OF MY BABY LOVES WILL BE LIVING IN THE SAME TOWN! Elated…for this…for them. Oh, how I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to be smack dab up in the… Continue reading big. middle. little.
Dear 46, You were an adventure. Some days I felt 90, and other times I had to remind myself I wasn’t 16. We had a good time. We made some big moves and took some big chances. You were a good age. Nothing to be ashamed of sister…nothing at all. You will be an age… Continue reading f o r t y – s i x
I share because I think I’m doing it well and how I eat is obtainable for anyone. I’m not a declared or licensed nutritionist, but I have learned how to feed my body well and maintain a healthy diet post childbirth, post 40 and post hysterectomy. There have been times I was considered “too thin”… Continue reading e a t
I was born and raised in Texas, thought I would always live in Texas…thought wrong. Last year, after the youngest of my 3 daughters graduated high school, I packed my belongings, and moved “next door” to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Love it. Mean it. But before all of this…there was that… I graduated high school in… Continue reading g i n a