october Archive

The Weekly [10.25-31.2020]

How are yall doing today? I’m honestly in kind of a funk this morning, but I’m giving my best effort to let it go and be in a good mood. Here’s my weekly recap from last week. ūüôā PICS & GOINGS ON Last week Hurricane Zeta brought us lots of wind and rain. Wednesday night …

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Memories of the Month {10.2020}

This month I was happy about: continuing to get to work from home at least for a little longer. Getting a negative cancer result of my Endoscopy. Getting work done to the house. Refinancing our house with a much lower interest rate. This month I was sad about: more house issues that we have to …

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October Monthly Musings-Thanksgiving

Have you ever written a post and then for some reason it doesn’t get saved as you’re writing like it usually does? You just have a couple things left to do before you post and then, poof it’s gone. Then you’re so mad. You don’t want to have to rewrite the thing and you just …

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The Weekly [10.18-24.2020]

Here’s my run down from last week that I call “The Weekly.” How was last week for you? I worked from home and didn’t really have a lot going on, which if you know me…You know I love! Oh I almost forgot. Last Sunday I got together with a few of my friends from Cookbook …

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Fall Scavenger Hunt

I’ve said this so many times, but I really do love Fall. A few weeks back I decided to embrace the fact that I’m late writing and sharing these fall posts. I wrote a Fall Food Bucket list as well as a Fall Fun Bucket list. This week I thought it would be fun to …

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The Weekly [10.11-17.2020]

iPHONE PICS & GOINGS ON This last week was a busy week of working in the office, but still making the best of it. Here’s a run down of some of the fun… Look at the baby Tabasco peppers! They are finally growing. Turns out they needed fertilizer. *eye roll* Hashtag First time gardener problems …

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YouTube Channel Favorites – Fall 2020

I promised a while back that I would write a post about my favorite YouTube channels that I’m currently watching. I don’t know if you’ve embraced YouTube yet. I know I only watched YouTube for how to videos until maybe 3 years ago. I go through phases where regular TV just gets old and YouTube …

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Fall Fun Bucket List

Last week I shared my Fall Food Bucket list in an effort to find new recipes to add to my Fall traditions. Today I decided to go ahead and make a Fall Fun Bucket List, even if we are nearly half way done with my favorite season! It’s never too late to decide to bring …

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The Weekly [10.4-10.2020]

iPHONE PICS & GOINGS ON Last Sunday, we drove to church that afternoon for drive by communion as well as blessing of the pets. Everybody loved seeing Kayleigh. Rob and Drew went the Auburn football game Saturday. This is a pretty big deal with COVID. Auburn decided to make game by game decisions on who …

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Currently – October 2020

It’s time for another Currently post. I’ll admit these prompts were hard for me. admiring I’ve recently been watching some YouTubers (Kara and Nate) and their interesting life during this COVID time. Nate mountain biked the Colorado Trail with his brother and a friend. My Dad was an avid cycler and mountain biker who lived …

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The Weekly [9.27-10.3.2020]

iPHONE PICS & GOINGS ON Wednesday was my 45th birthday! WOW! Numbers usually don’t really bother me, but man that sounds old. I had a great birthday. Taking the day off was great. I got a chocolate candy bar (thanks, Alex!) I also go an Echo Dot, a lap desk so my hot laptop doesn’t …

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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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October Scripture-A-Week

I just realized this didn’t get posted on the 15th like its supposed to. September is probably my craziest month of the year and this year is worse. I take team and individual photos for the local travel soccer league and that eats up all my free time in August and September. I’m currently dealing …

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October To Do List

September To Do List Recap 1. Get to the gym at least twice a week. – did not happen ūüôĀ Hopefully will happen this month! 2. Start writing in my new journal. – I did do this. I also accomplished a goal I had awhile back and that was starting a bible study of some …

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Candy Scarecrows {Halloween}

I made these back in 2005 for Drew’s class at day care. They’re really cute, fun, and easy to make. Great little treat to send to school, have your family make for fun, or do with your class. Makes: 1 Scarecrow Materials: White glue 2 googly eyes 1 small box of Junior Mints 2 short …

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Fall Decorations 2009

This year is the first year of decorated for fall in several years. I love decorating for fall. It’s nothing major or extravagant. I love mums and pumpkins, but you won’t see those this year due to lack of funds. We will carve a pumpkin, but haven’t done that yet. I also love pumpkin spice …

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What’s in a Name?

Writing Assignment: 3.) How did you parents choose your name? What does it mean? What would you change your name to if you could? (inspired by Mama’s Losin It) This writing assignment was difficult to choose. I could have written about almost all of them! I chose to write about my name. I don’t use …

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Friday’s Favorite: Spark People

SparkPeople by: SparkPeople Category: Healthcare & Fitness Released: February 2009 Size: 1.1 MB Spark People is an app to keep up with your fitness and healthcare goals. I’ve used sparkpeople.com for years and really like it. I think the app is even better. There are many different tools on the app, some of which include …

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Show Us Your Life {Favorite Team, Tailgating, & Traditions}

My favorite team is Auburn. It’s not just a team I root for, it’s my alma mater. Auburn is now home and has been since I moved here in 1996. It’s great living in a college town. Although, we don’t “tailgate” much, we often meet up with other tailgaters or usually just hang out on …

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