Yesterday, we wrapped up our kids' summer extravaganza VBS ... ROAR. It was pretty wild around here. We raised funds for missions in Zambia and for the local Pregnancy Resources Center ... and the age group that raised the most got to make a cake with me. Sugary syrup, 10 lbs of self rising flour, … Continue reading Flour Bomb Gets Messy
Get rid of 'em. No mercy. Zero sympathy. Before you fill my comments with abrasive responses, let me explain the lesson I learned this week. (But actually, I do appreciate all comments ... so comment away.) I am doing some reading on bees ... those pesky little stingers we run from but enjoy their byproducts … Continue reading Kick that Person to the Curb
I would like to think it was for the wonderful action, the heroic lifestyle, the good guy wins, the story of true love between the lighthouse keeper and the queen, and such. It might be she was looking at Jason Mamoa and then looking at me. I told her I would get tattoos if that … Continue reading Lisa Watches Aquaman …
We've all seen them, we've all been trapped behind them, and many of us may have even pounded the steering wheel with frustration wondering if we'll ever get around that oversize load in front of us. I was driving the other day and got trapped behind two oversize loads in a row. The first one … Continue reading Oversized Load – Are You One?
Presidents and Founding Father's were falling down all over the interstate around Atlanta. Not their corpses but their faces on multiple one, five, ten, and twenty dollar bills. About $175,000 dollars worth. What would you do if you saw money raining down? Video captured around 50 cars pulling over to see if they could help … Continue reading It’s Raining Money
I walked into a dark house. Well, kind of dark, it was 1pm and we had lots of windows. The fan wasn't blowing and the normal noise from the fridge was not filling the sound void. Then I noticed it ... clocks had gone dark, little lights on the modem, the TV, and anything electric … Continue reading Power Outage in Evergreen
Deep emotions. Heart tugging moments. Sometimes words can't express. So today, I just put the photo out there ... my mother.