As a member in reasonably good standing of the #GeorgiaFanClub, of course we attended her high school graduation at East Webster in May. We started the graduation adventure at Georgia’s house in Cumberland. Sandra gave her granddaughter a ring that her momma gave to her when she graduated from high school. (SWEET!) Continue reading
A few “throwback pix” from 2012…I always wanted to catch the perfect photo of kids searching for a four-leaf clover on St. Patrick’s Day….in 2012, I got my wish with very little cajoling! (Unfortunately, if you are my niece or nephew, you have to be prepared at all time to have your picture taken! Bless their hearts!)
As usual, I am in denial about Christmas. I realize that it is on December 25 every year and they don’t change it up. But here we are once again, just days away from Christmas Day. In my pursuit to have a meaningful, fun-filled holiday, I always procrastinate about shopping. I’m not a big shopper anyway, and it is worse at Christmas. I do love finding things that will excite and delight – and that’s not always an easy present to buy. I love the look on the faces of my nieces and nephews when we find that “just right” gift. It is also a lot of fun to help Pepper give those kinds of gifts. He takes so much joy in giving something special, whether or not it’s expensive doesn’t really matter. It’s all about the little things that make someone’s day. Continue reading
I saw this article in the Sunday edition of The Columbus Dispatch and just had to find the photos from our tour of The Holiday Express in December 2007 in Tupelo. Photos from our adventure were published in the January 2008 edition of North Mississippi Christian Family, but I only saved the photos in black and white… I hate that I can’t find the color originals because it is spectacular… stop by and see for yourself tonight in West Point!