Something Loved: As I read over last month's post, I realized that November's would start off in a similar way. I loved that our family was together again for Thanksgiving. It's always fun to hear the banter between our adult daughters and to play games. This year I also loved that we tried some new variations of our . . .
I can't believe we are just a few days away from November. Another month has flown by...this feels like the fastest yet! Join me as I remember October and check out Heather and the other writers on her blog!
Something Loved: Having both daughters home to celebrate Rachel's 27th birthday! We took very few pictures, . . .
Well, here we are once again at the end of another month. Days and weeks keep ticking by and we have come to the end of another month. It's time for my version of "Share Four Somethings" for September. This link-up is hosted by Heather Gerwing. Don't forget to hop over to her website to read the other blogs.
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Days and weeks keep ticking by and we have come to the end of another month. August used to be the time for new backpacks, school supplies, and meeting new teachers. It felt like a new beginning, a time for a restart. However, now that our children are grown, August is just a hot month here in TN. Here is my "hot take" for August Share . . .
Something Loved: After almost 22 years in this house, we FINALLY put new flooring in our kitchen and dining room to replace the cracked, 35-year-old linoleum. We also replaced the carpet in the living room and the hallway laminate. It was a bit of a project, since the company we liked, Footprints Floors is an install-only company. . . .
June is coming to a close, so you know what that means, it's time for my monthly review via Heather Gerwing's Share Four Somethings. Check out her blog and the other writers.
Something Loved: I love to read, make lists, and have yearly reading goals. I was recently introduced to an app that keeps track of all of . . .
Wow, another month has come to an end and another one begins. May was filled to the brim, so let's get started!
Something Loved: Jonathan and I celebrated our 33rd wedding anniversary and we decided to take a trip, as we have done for the past 2 years. We spent a few days in Savannah and Tybee Island, GA. Several friends . . .