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Then the walls of my town, <br>they come crumbling down

Then the walls of my town,
they come crumbling down

Like the city that nurtured my greed and my pride, I stretched my arms into the sky I cry Babel! Babel! Look at me now Then the walls of my town, they come crumbling down – Mumford & Sons “Babel” What happened in my tiny, [Read more…]

Kids DIY Pirate Treasure Chest

Kids DIY Pirate Treasure Chest

As we discussed around this time last year, I am on a very important, lifelong quest. The goal? To become my niece’s favorite aunt. Competition is stiff — my brother-in-law has two lovely sisters — but I’m hanging in the game, especially since Addison’s last [Read more…]

‘Tis the Season

‘Tis the Season

Get out the decorations — lighted, lawn and heirloom. Grab the ingredients for your favorite traditional dish (Mini Corn Dog Muffins). Dig out your seasonal music choices. FOOTBALL. IS. HERE. As the saying goes, in the South there are four seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer and [Read more…]

Get your shine on! (August Update)

Get your shine on! (August Update)

I hope you’ve got your bags packed… In about a month you’re going to be taking a trek down south to a little slice of paradise called Crab Island. But be prepared, this trip is not all fun and games. Someone has built a moonshine [Read more…]