As I sat there, at my daughters horse back riding lesson at 8am on a Monday, I was pleasantly aware of how beautiful life can be. It was about 70 degrees, german shepherd puppies were playing at my feet as I typed, and the view wasn't half bad either. I used to hate Mondays. I … Continue reading Country living
I'm not one for heat. Even though school is out in the summer and I remember liking that as a kid, I would have to say that summer is pretty much my least favorite season. I just don't like being hot. However, I still stand by the fact that Tennessee summers have been WAY better … Continue reading Summertime in Summertown
I started homeschooling today! Yes, I realize that a random Sunday in the middle of the summer is a fairly strange day to start homeschooling your kids, but hey, it's the first of the month so it felt fitting in my OCD brain somehow. Well, that, and the kids were basically begging me last night … Continue reading When the storm comes…
Today was upper body day at the gym of my front porch. The last week has been upper body day if I'm being honest, because I officially have an injury. You heard it here first people, I'm an athlete who has an injury! I've been called a lot of things in my day, but athlete … Continue reading Who let the cows out?
I was just checking Facebook, as I've been known to do from time to time, and wouldn't you know it, one year ago today we were issued our very first tornado warning. I remember it well! We had only lived in Tennessee one month, and I thought it was hilarious that we were already experiencing … Continue reading Tornado warning
"Against the wind We were runnin' against the wind We were young and strong, we were runnin' against the wind." I love that song. Well, I love the Forrest Gump soundtrack anyway. And of course the lyrics to this song fit perfectly with my blog today because not only am I an official 'runner' now- … Continue reading Against the wind
Two significant things happened today. I watched my daughter's Kindergarten graduation, complete with songs, a P.E. showcase (which was a dance), and a slide show of a cap and gown picture of every last Kindergartner advancing to first grade in the school. Luckily, this is a small town. I opened up the two boxes that … Continue reading School house rocked