Thanksgiving is perhaps my favorite holiday of the year. I think it’s a combination of perfect weather, a spectacular outdoor color pallet, home-cooked food and time with family.
James pulled out his skin-tight, throw-back-to-the-70s baseball uniform, while I opted for a comfy roller girl getup–minus the skates, lest I break my neck.
It’s hard to beat a weekend with my sister in a coastal town during a seafood festival.
This morning, you woke up and welcomed 30 as you looked back the past three decades and wondered how time passed so quickly.
When I was younger, I wanted to get as far away from Gainesville as possible, but now, I realize just how much I love coming home.
The long weekend came to close suddenly and without reprieve. With a toosh sore from bike rides, calves sore from walks on the beach, and shoulder sore from throwing the football, it’s as if I need a vacation from my vacation. After another morning bike ride, we made it out to the beach just in […]
A picture is worth a a thousand words, so I’ll spare you too many details and highlight only the good stuff. Our friend Kevin (future Honey Do List extraordinaire) and his wife Nicole traveled from Augusta for a day visit. As fellow CrossFitters with a competitive streak, Kevin challenged everyone to handstand pushups. James followed […]
Most of yesterday was overcast, but in a way, it let us take advantage of all our toys without having to worry about heat stroke. We pulled out my new Waboba ball, as well as the frisbee, football and bocce ball set–and even Grandma got in on some of the action. James managed to do […]
Yesterday, we happened to pass my parents and grandma on 75 South. And just like old times, we stoppped for lunch at a rest stop and picniced in the shade. Besides the Coconut Fried Chicken we packed, my mom brought homemade pimento cheese and chicken salad, fresh tomatoes and trail mix with M&Ms. We finally […]
Some may call us quirky; others may call us zealots. But regardless of our branding, we admit to being a little peculiar–at least compared to the average American household. Here’s why: 1. We go through 5 dozen eggs a week. We eat eggs for breakfast every day, and James often eats them with his second breakfast […]