This week I'd like to thank the inventors of.....
I was in the middle of writing this great, deep, long post. I've been working on it for 2 days now. I was so excited to sit down and finish it now that the kids are napping. The weirdest thing happened when I was finishing up my great, deep, long post. I was just typing along, minding my own business, when BAM! Half of my post deletes itself and is gone! Ironically, the post was titled "God works in mysterious ways".
Hello my name is Cat and I'm addicted to Krispy Kreme glazed donuts......
Today's Red Letters....one of my favorite verses:
To read highlights from Chapter 1, click HERE.
I had never been to the Botanical Gardens here and always wanted to check it out for a possible photo session spot. I was smaller than I expected, but very beautiful. I took some photos of a long time friend of mine, Jennifer. They turned out great and was excited to find a new spot to shoot at. Enjoy! She is such a beautiful woman, inside and out.
If I could cook, I would make dinner so that my husband could have a break. If I could cook, I would probably want to cook something with shrimp in it all the time.....cause shrimp is my fave. If I could cook, I would probably bake something chocolate every night and I'd be as big as a house. I heart chocolate. If I could cook, I would want to cook a big, gourmet breakfast every morning. Again, big as a house. If I could cook, maybe my husband would let me touch his super special knives that I'm not allowed to touch. :)
This past weekend we went to "the farm". It's really John Taylor's parents house. No, it's really John Taylor's parent's beautiful, big, cozy, comfortable, wonderfully decorated, home with a swimming pool, garden, swing set, old barn, sun porch (complete with lots of toys), deck with adult swing, fountain, water fall in the pool, mule to ride, big trees, bridge to walk over, long gravel driveway, 3 dogs, a Nana & a Grandaddy. What more could grandchildren (and children + spouses) ask for? We always have such a wonderful time when we go. The food is out of this world and this time we tried a new Summer Beer recipe that goes down waaaaay too easy. It's part Vodka, part water, part lemonade and part beer. And oh so refreshing. Saturday, we loaded all the kids up and ate at the Cotton District Grill at Mississippi State University. Only (for you State fans) it's not the in the Cotton District anymore. I was very upset when I heard they moved. It's kind-of a legendary place. But I have to say that I really liked it. It's much bigger now and much nicer. Plus, they kept the menu the same so no one was upset. :) Here are a few pictures just to make you green with envy........
Before I send my thanks to the many hard working people out there creating wonderful things to make our lives better, I would like to comment on my last post's title It reads: "please excuse us while we work to make this blog better". When I say us, I mean me. And when I say we, I really mean I. I'm only one person and the last few days have been crazy. Please continue to bear with me.