Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Cutie-patootie!

I'd love to find a shirt that actually say this....even more so I wish it'd actually be true before Xan grows into hers.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

You Might Be a Redneck....

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They called off school for this....

Xan and Daddy
"Dad, I don't think these fumes are good for me?"

Xan's look of being up to no good....


Sportin' that Clemson ORANGE!




Monday, January 19, 2009

Calling all Jewelry Lovers!


My friend Jen Wade linked me to another link at Chattahoochie Mama where she is giving away some gorgeous jewelry....click here to see it all!! Look for yourself!

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Donation Address

It has been asked of me to directly post to my blog the ways to donate to the McKemey Fund.

Ways to help the Mckemeys:
1. Prayers and words of encouragement

2. Donations to the Trust Fund :
Make donations by check and payable to the "McKemey Medical Fund" and mail to the following address:
Sodoma Law, P.C.
1336 Harding Place
Charlotte, NC 28204
Phone: (704) 442-0000

You can also donate at any Bank of America branch.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Treasures Found...

















Okay, so we've been in the new house since July2, however, with the craziness that ensues our life I am only just now really going through closets and the like over break. You know how you just want to find items a "home" when you move from place to place, just in the ability to get it off the floor. Well, I found "my box" this past weekend. Every woman, young and old has their own "Box"....the one that holds timeless treasures ofpictures better left undeveloped (you know, when you actually developed film!!) Well, it was amazing to think that I had stored all these things for 15 years: pictures, ticket stubs, cookie fortunes, post-it notes, etc.... I just had to share a couple that took me WAY back!! Enjoy!

Thursday, January 1, 2009

New Year, New Hopes


It is my sincerest hope that if you by chance have stumbled across my small corner of the internet that you find yourself embracing 2009 with a new outlook on the possibility of change. Change comes when you least expect it and more often in ways that are not of your own opinion. It isn't always the actual change we loathe, it's our inate fear of change and breaking from our square and comfortable routines each day. I have been reminded in the past 2 weeks that we never know what tomorrow holds, the next minute even. What I thought was worth my worries now seems petty and trivial. Reflect on what you left behind in 2008, and raise the bar for your successes and victories this coming year. Positivity radiates from those that see the glass half-full. Are you willing to look at the glass that way this year.? Make that choice.