Tag: family

ON THE ROAD AGAIN…

It has been a long (almost) five months since we started isolating but as I look back, I have seen the way we have lived it, survived it, and many times, even loved it. One of our trips out, we went to the National… Continue Reading “ON THE ROAD AGAIN…”

For The Love Of Small Towns

Since this past week, I have been noticing so many wonderful things about our small town. Not only does it have a quaint and cozy atmosphere where neighbors wave as they pass each other while driving to and from places but it has at… Continue Reading “For The Love Of Small Towns”

The Day Off

Photo credit goes to my daughter I recently heard a speaker talk about the importance of taking a day off. As he spoke, I thought, hey, I’m all in! I am one of those people that consistently thinks about what to do next, you… Continue Reading “The Day Off”

The Kitchen

‘The Kitchen is The Heart of every Bakery, every Diner, every Restaurant and every HOME’ The kitchen… In every home we have lived in, the kitchen has meant a great deal to me. It’s where I can create wonderful dishes for my guests and… Continue Reading “The Kitchen”

For The Love of TEXAS!!

We Texans take our state very seriously. When you hear the words “Texas Proud” it stands for our love♥️ of ‘all things Texas’. And, when you hear the words, “Don’t Mess With Texas” you’re probably thinking we are saying ‘don’t litter’ since that’s how… Continue Reading “For The Love of TEXAS!!”

The House Has Gone Still…

The laughter and the voices are now gone…only existing in the shadows and memories of yesterdays’ gatherings, as silence once again flows through our home. The last of the family have headed home or moved on to the rest of their trip and have… Continue Reading “The House Has Gone Still…”

From Our Little Town…Happy Easter!

The first pictures are some of the wildflowers and then the sun setting over our little town. This last picture is the moon rising and covered by clouds…I thought that it looked really cool 🙂

“Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength”

Fear and worry….

The Family Connection

This past Saturday, we were blessed by 23 people who drove in from all over this state with the closest being 40 minutes to an hour and 15 minutes away and the farthest being 4 and 5 hours away to join us for a… Continue Reading “The Family Connection”

Fat Tuesday and The Big Easy

Also known as Mardi Gras or Shrove Tuesday depending on your heritage and where you live. I have so many wonderful memories of Mardi Gras and of New Orleans also known as The Big Easy. Having spent my growing up years in New Orleans,… Continue Reading “Fat Tuesday and The Big Easy”

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