Seasonal Flavors To Love Next Year

We’re dive right into the month of winter at the minute. A lot of people assume that the winter months start a lot earlier than they do, especially if you live in a rather cold country. If you live in certain parts of the US, winter will have well and truly come with a chill. …

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Health Tea Buying Guide

We all love a bargain! Whether looking for a new outfit, shopping for groceries, or buying tickets for an event, we look for the best deals. Why wouldn’t we? However, there are instances when searching for the cheapest product you can find is not always the best approach, and this is the case with health …

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Gatlinburg Fun & Soccer Tourney

In early December we headed off to Gatlinburg for a soccer tournament. Friday Friday we worked half a day and then went and check Alex out of school. Came home and loaded the car and picked up #5 to try and make it to Gatlinburg in time for their Christmas Parade. Our friends, the Farrows …

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Pacific NW Trip: UW Tour & Mt. Rainier NP

University of Washington Tour The last day in Seattle began with a tour of the University of Washington that was done for the conference attendees and their families. Walking the campus, I loved the mixture of —style and new modern buildings. Here you see Gerberding Hall (GRB) on the right and Suzzallo Library, which are …

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The Weekly [11.18-12.1.2019]

There wasn’t much going on the 18th-24th, so I decided to combine the 2 weeks for this week’s weekly. PICS We enjoyed watching Drew sing with AU Cappella the week before last. This is a pic of the group after the concert. Here’s one of Drew’s solos “Billionaire” by Bruno Mars. Pictures 1-7 are from …

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How to Have a Relaxing Vacation With Your Partner

Everyday life sure can be pretty enjoyable when you’re part of a loving couple, but it’s not always a box of chocolates. After all, even though you might want to spend your days lying in each other’s arms, there is the tiny matter of real life to contend with. That can make it pretty difficult …

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The Weekly [11.11-17.19]

PICS 1: The Auburn University Marching Band (AUMB) along with the Auburn Wind Symphony band performed at the new performing arts center. It was amazing to see 300+ band members on the stage. My son Drew is not in the AUMB this year, but we still enjoyed supporting the bands. 2: It got really cold …

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A Fabled Place: Prince Edward Island

Pexels – CC0 Licence If you are fed up with chasing the summer season, and you are looking for a cooler approach to a vacation, you can’t get much colder than Canada! And while we can go for the bigger destinations in Canada, let’s opt for Prince Edward Island. And no, it’s got nothing to …

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The Weekly [11.1-10.19]

PICS 1: We started out the month with a quick trip to Atlanta to see Elton John in his Farewell tour. That weekend was his last time to perform in Atlanta before he retires in the next year or 2. Rob is such a big Elton fan and is sad that he won’t be touring …

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The Catchup Post [August – October 2019]

Here I am playing catch up again. Instead of calling this the Weekly since it’s more than just a week’s worth, I’m calling it The Catchup Post. This is post is going to catch us up from my Summer Wrap Up post from around August through October. Sheesh! I will start back with my “The …

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3 Incredible Things To Experience In Idaho Falls

Idaho Falls is popular and known best for its unbeatable access to outdoor beauty. Idaho Falls surround the Snake River in eastern Idaho as has the river walk alone gives five miles of astonishing scenery. Whether you are visiting to appreciate nature, art or even take in some of the culture, Idaho Falls will never …

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Trip to Kentucky & Ohio

This is a really long post, but I decided to include everything in this one post because I’m desperately trying to get caught up on all these travel posts. Rob had a conference in Covington, KY, which I tagged along for to add a couple more states to my bucket list. Saturday Saturday we left …

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Pacific NW Trip: Riverboat Dinner Cruise

Here’s my 2nd post to continue Day 5 from our Seattle Trip. I did the first post about Alex and my trip to Snoqualmie Falls. That evening we met up with Rob to get on a Riverboat for a Dinner Cruise. We boarded the Virginia V behind the University of Washington School of Oceanography, which …

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Swap Miles Of Endless Road For Top Notch Entertainment

During road trips, it’s pretty much guaranteed that you’re going to get bored. You’re on the road for hours and hours and eventually, every highway will begin to look the same. And because you’ve probably been snoozing in the car, you’ll want to have some kind of entertainment options for the night. When you stroll …

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Great Ways of Saving Money on Food in 2019

The cost of living is growing every year, and some modern families are struggling to keep up with this. As such, it is increasingly important to come up with ideas that are going to allow you to save money as much as possible. One of the best ways of being able to save money is …

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Pacific NW Trip: Snoqualmie Falls

For today’s post, I’m continuing to share about our Seattle trip. I’m actually splitting this day into 2 posts. This post is about Alex and my trip out to Snoqualmie Falls, which is a beautiful waterfall about 30 miles east of Seattle. It’s located between Snoqualmie and Fall City, Washington. We parked at the Lower …

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2019 Summer Wrap Up

I can’t believe it’s mid October, but alas here is my 2019 Summer Wrap Up! Every year I enjoy looking back at everything we did over the summer and I thought I’d put one together for this year. I usually start these posts with the run down of May. I did my weekly summary posts …

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Southern Recipes To Send Your Cooking Soaring

Comforting recipes don’t get better than top Southern dishes. It doesn’t matter where in America you are. Southern cooking is sure to send your kitchen soaring and go down well with everyone. The trouble is that, if you haven’t grown up in the South, it isn’t always easy to get these dishes right. Your nan …

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Currently – October 2019

Hey y’all. Ugh. This poor place. There is just not enough hours in the day. I have so much I need to catch you up on, but I’m just not sure when that’s going to happen. Anyway, I love linking up with Anne In Residence every month (even though I haven’t done it in a …

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Weekend trip to Mobile

Back in August, we took a quick little getaway to Mobile for the weekend. Alex had gotten the first few days of school out of the way and Drew and Caitlyn were about to start school. So one last little hurrah before the major grind for the fall. We left right after work on Friday, …

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