We ended the evening on a high note- bellies full and a promise from Air France and the Edinburgh Baggage folks that by 10:30 on Wednesday morning, Telisa would indeed have her luggage.
I’ve been missing for about nine days or so – off to the land of Haggis, Sheep, Tartans, and Highlanders: Scotland.
I am coming off a 14-hour work day. One of my favorites of the year – Christmas Open House in Downtown Americus. It took a couple of years to adjust to the fact that 1. Christmas Open House takes place the Thursday BEFORE Thanksgiving….
Ho! Ho! Ho! and pass the cranberry sauce and haggis.
So stand by, strap in, and let’s try Destination Unknown – 3.0.
Hi! It has been a minute, hasn’t it? Happy New Year…. four months in. Boy, am I a little late to the party with sharing what all has been happening. I guess you could say I was down in the valley, trying to figure some things out. And I did. There is a lot ofContinue reading “The Valley”
Since Tim had never been to New Orleans (as an adult,) I thought it was about time. We got up and left for The Big Easy
I am back, witches! WOW – where did October go? It came in swiftly and left just as quickly. Made it another month into the pandemic and so far, so good! I had a great week with my niece, Autumn! If you will remember, she came down for a week (during her Fall break,) andContinue reading “A Spooktacular October!”
Let’s Talk about these Whiskey Rebels! In particular, the book by David Liss. What a spectacular biographical historical fiction novel! This is my first book by Liss and I definitely plan to read more. This book was set post American Revolution and featured two different story lines that eventually combine. (I love when a writerContinue reading “Keto Chocolate Glazed Donuts & A Little Rebellious Whiskey”
I am so excited that it is October! This HAS to be one of my favorite months of the year! But first… to catch you up on the things I am not going to write about: I’ve had a bit of a delay in writing because last week was super busy! We are preparing forContinue reading “Welcome October!”