Monthly Archives: September 2012

Mommas and Baby Cowboys

Waylon  Jennings warned us Mommas, “Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys”. Well, my baby boy is nearly 18 years old, a senior in high school and thinks he is all grown up. We spent a few weekends … Continue reading

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Oven Fried Okra

A friend of mine…and a Yankee…joined an organic farm co-op a few years ago. She paid a fee and picked up a basket full of fresh, organic produce every week during the growing season. The funny thing is that she … Continue reading

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Local Author “From Foster Child to Fabulous”

Everybody who know me knows I am a huge book nerd worm. I have thought about adding a “Reading Room” page to the blog, but since I can’t keep up with the posts and recipes, I think that will have … Continue reading

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Tween the Lines

Tween.  Not quite a teen, not quite a child. As if being a teen isn’t hard enough, our culture has found a way to force a child into adolescence before many are ready. Culture even gave it a name. Tween.  … Continue reading

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Not Quite Snake Oil

I wasn’t quite ready to break blog silence, but I recently shared on FaceBook that I made a home remedy for cough due to cold…( yes I love Forrest Gump) and yes, I likely read it from Pinterest. I had … Continue reading

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