Happy New Year’s Eve… and another week of What I Wore Wednesday! What I Wore Wednesday is my motivation for wearing the clothes I own, finding new ways to mix and match outfits, and not wearing the same three things all the time! I kept a fashion diary for the entire year of 2012, in… Continue reading WIWW: December 21-27, 2014
Last week we drove to Alabama to visit with my family for Christmas. It was a lovely few days – plenty to do, lots of great meals, a few visits squeezed in with family and friends, and enough time to actually relax (the hot tub helps!). You know what’s coming… photos galore! …Christmas Eve and… Continue reading Alabama Adventures: Christmas Edition
Back from visiting my family in Alabama, back to work… but I can deal with a two-day work week! Another batch of Instagram cats from June through August… enjoy!
It’s that quiet day after Christmas, in between one holiday and the next, and we’re visiting my family in Alabama. As the end of the year draws near, I’m taking stock of things on the blog and planning a few changes for the new year. I’ve been filling in the holes of my Reading Log… Continue reading The Lost Reading Logs: June-July 2011
Merry Christmas to you & yours! Wishing you lots of peace and love, and a happy new year! Per tradition, here’s the card we sent out this year… and past years! 2014 … 2013 … 2012 … 2011 It was almost this card… … 2010 … Merry Christmas to one and all!
Merry Christmas Eve… and another week of What I Wore Wednesday! What I Wore Wednesday is my motivation for wearing the clothes I own, finding new ways to mix and match outfits, and not wearing the same three things all the time! I kept a fashion diary for the entire year of 2012, in 2013… Continue reading WIWW: December 14-20, 2014
Merry Christmas Eve’s Eve! Over the past couple weeks we took in not one, but two Christmassy sights – I love this time of year! On Friday, we drove toward Nashville after work to see the Dancing Lights of Christmas: a mile of lights and music! It’s right by Opryland, so you just get in… Continue reading Franklin City Sights: Dickens of a Christmas and Dancing Lights