Is anyone else as excited as we are for Spring? This fall and winter seemed to last FOREVER. We live in Georgia. During this winter, we have had more rain than Seattle and Portland combined. Lots of rain. Lots of flooding. David and I look forward to spring for so many reasons. The top five… Continue reading Spring…Finally!
We use Instacart regularly. The service has been pretty good and it keeps me from going into stores which trigger panic attacks. If you're interested in trying it out, I have a link which will give you credit towards your groceries. Instacart link
Everyone has a faith story...even atheists. There's a reason people believe what they believe or don't believe at all. My faith journey is no different. I remember as a young child kneeling beside my grandmother and praying for Jesus to live in my heart. I couldn't have been more than 4 or 5. I grew… Continue reading My Faith Journey
This week I'm offering you a yummy recipe. When you try it, let me know! Speaking of recipes! We have a recipe exchange group on Facebook. Find it here.
Well...life has changed. It's a new normal. Nanny melted down right after Pop's passing, but since she is doing much better. She is much stronger than I am. The good thing is that my family has gotten closer in some ways. My Aunt Wanda and cousin Alexia have gotten very close. Wanda inspires me in… Continue reading Family Update
I had to take a break after Pop passed. My soul hurt too badly. It still hurts. I didn't feel like it was right to try and keep the blog going while I was sad over Pop. I can't make promises that everything is jolly. I can tell you that I'm going to try my… Continue reading Our Jolly Little Home is Back
If you follow us on Instagram, you know this has been a challenging week. I just haven't put it all out there as to why. Now that I have a minute to write, I'm putting it out there. Nanny had shoulder surgery a week or so ago. Pop's cancer has traveled to his liver. And… Continue reading Update to Pop
Today we drove over an hour to eat at Wildflower Cafe in Mentone, Alabama. This event was supposed to be fun. It was anything but. We arrived at Wildflower and put our name on the list, knowing we would have to wait. After 45 minutes, we left because a party of 5 was seated before… Continue reading Wildflower Cafe: a review
Yesterday, I learned that Pop had been treated by y90 radiation for his cancer spreading in his liver. I have no words. I just thought y'all should know what's going on.