Hold On

We’ve all had those days when it seems like things t-a-k-e . . . f-o-r-e-v-e-r! I was at my grandmother’s office last week working on her computer, which took about 30 minutes to load a program it said “may take 15 minutes” to load. Not to mention the fact that we later had to go…

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Remembering 9/11

It is hard to believe 12 years have passed since 9/11 (and since I was a freshman in college!). Every year about this time we honor those who fought the terrorists and became instant heroes whether they wanted to or not. Several specials have ran on TV about that dreadful day and Alan Jackson’s song “Where…

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Wedding Season is Officially Over

In the South, and especially in Alabama, we only have two true seasons: Football Season and Wedding Season. That is because the weather is generally mild enough to have a wedding any time of the year, indoors or out, but nobody wants to compete with a college football game. (Unless you don’t want a lot of…

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Decoding the Covered Dish

Growing up an Alabamian, I have forever been intreged by the Covered Dish. Needless to say they show up so often that if anyone had a patent on them, he or she would be rolling in the dough! (Pun intended.)There is a wonderful scene in the movie Life as We Know It that stars Katherine Heigl and…

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