It has taken all summer, but granddaughter Ellie Kathryn finally seems to be potty trained.
Movies from two of my all time favorite books are coming out in the next month. I read and have re-read “This Is Where I Leave You” by Jonathan Tropper more than a year ago.
Jimmy Ball, of Calhoun City, sent me a clipping of the black Elephant Ear I had seen at Lake Tiak-O-Khata. The variety is Diamond Head and it is named after the volcanic cone on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.
The launch of the SEC network this weekend makes me think I’ll be seeing less and less of my husband.
Addi Claire starting “big school” has left her little sister Ellie Kathryn very sad and Grana, too. The girls have been in day care together since Ellie Kathryn was six weeks old. Even though they were not in the same room, they walked in together in the morning, had lunch together, had nap time together, had play time in the afternoon and walked out together.
The fig tree has been in our back yard for as long as I can remember. Every year, I have big plans for those figs, but it never seems to work out.
Gender reveal parties are sort of a new fad for pregnant women, but catching on quickly. The party is where expectant parents share the moment they discover their baby’s sex.
My pre-fair cooking is done, perhaps the earliest ever. I always try to do some cooking before we go to Philadelphia, because it’s just so much easier.
Bruce’s Sawmill Festival had the biggest crowd in its history on Friday night and Saturday. The square was full of vendors and visitors with quite a festive atmosphere throughout. In addition to the local crowd, there were Calhoun County natives and a lot of out-of towners.
An on-going problem that complaining doesn’t seem to get permanently fixed– garbage left in your garbage bin after pickup.