Monday, December 31, 2007

happy new year

What a way to end one year and welcome another by watching the Chick-fil-a Bowl where the Tigers meet the Tigers and Orange clashes Orange.

Even if Clemson loses, we still win because what could be better than Clemson and Chick-fil-a...together!

Also...Chick-fil-a is offering a free breakfast...go heer to git u sum.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Thursday, December 20, 2007

handbell hero

Guitar Hero....Handbell Style!
Click here to play.

The Hot Seat with Emma

This is my almost 3 year old niece, Emma. I fixed her hair on picture day because her mom was out of town. I worked hard to get her hair to look like that. I usually have a 5 question interview, but I could only get three answers out of her.

1. Emma, what do you want for Christmas?

A Dora the Explorer Jeep. Pink.

2. Who is your favorite aunt?


3. Do you know you could make some big bucks for the Salvation Army with your little bucket and a bell?


Monday, December 17, 2007

a very perry christmas

I saw the band Journey twice in the '80s. They went downhill after Steve Perry left for a solo gig. They tried to replace him with a fake Steve Perry. The real Steve Perry was awesome.

I miss him.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007


The 2008 Chick-fil-a Cow Calendars are cracking me up. Each month features a One Hit Wonder Cow that spoofs famous musical artists and their songs. A few featured "moo"sicians are Bobby Q. Mulletcut (Jessie's Grill), Lady Marinade (Wind Beneath My Chicken Wings), the Beefcake Boyz (Girl You Know It's Chicken), and Spicy Skirtsteak (Gimme Chicken One More Time). Funny, funny stuff!

You know you need a 2008 calendar anyway, so why not spend $5 on a Chick-fil-a calendar and get $30 worth of coupons for FREE FOOD to use all year long? can treat yourself to a $20 Chick-fil-a gift card (or give it as a gift) and then you get the calendar and coupons for FREE FOOD for FREE!

'Cuz u no yur gona eet ther enywayz.

Monday, December 03, 2007

life is good

So. I turned 40 this weekend. People seem surprised that I'm not falling apart already and wallowing in the sorrow of celebrating a fortieth birthday. The year I turned 30 was the year I freaked out. I remember a time when I thought forty was OLD. Then a few days later, I turned forty.

I am probably one of the most immature forty year olds I know, but this past decade has been a season of maturity in the sense of life lessons:

I do not need toxic people in my life.
Saying "no" to others is a gift to myself and my family.
I realize that I can't change other people.
Not everyone will like me and I may never know why.
Love everyone, not just my BFFs.
I am created for a purpose and it is my job to pursue it.
Christ completes me.

I am healthy. I have a great family and awesome friends who care about me. I don't NEED anything. And I got to turn forty this weekend.

Life is good.