Sunday, May 30, 2010

Lunch at the Beach

Coach Pat Summitt and Savannah

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Back Home

Photo-Lesley Austin

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Graduation Day

                                                                 College Roommates
                                                                  Katie & Savannah

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Adorable Edible Readable Idea

Megan Reddish, a recent graduate of Syracuse University's Communications Design program, sent in one of her Package Design Projects:
"Sweeter Than Fiction, Premium Ice Cream: Curling up with a good book will only get better when you’re spooning with a fantastic fusion of premium ice cream flavors. Indulge in the classics like you never have before. Literary aficionados will fall heads over heels for these witty packages."

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Rain and Reading

We are pretty much back to normal around here. This morning when we awoke, we were so happy to see the newspaper in the driveway! That meant that the waters had receded and we could probably get out of our neighborhood. So many things on the opposite side of the road than they should be on, debris and mud. Please keep those in need in your prayers. It's all so hard to believe it can and actually did happen. Today all I did was play catch-up, running errands and grocery shopping.

I actually feel like we had a little mini vacation from Saturday night until this morning. Barring having to get into the closet because of tornado warnings, I got to do a lot of reading and I cleaned out my closet! After having to spend so much time in it, I realized it really needed cleaning out. I pulled out my winter clothes to get ready for Spring and Summer and realized I definitely have more Winter things...or maybe they are just thicker and heavier. I think I have a thing for coats and jackets. (Mandy-I know you do too!! Love it!!) My closet is pretty bare. DH is just happy he can walk in there (and sit now) and that there is not stuff hanging on his side.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Franklin Flooding

We are land way in, no way out. It has been an interesting few days. Thank heavens our home is up on a slight rise. The creeks are like rivers and the rivers are over the roads, interstates and into peoples homes. The water has come across our main road and blocked us in. Church and school has been cancelled and there is a curfew for Franklin, 6pm-6am, so people won't be stupid....but there are always people who think they are invincible...we are not!

Anywho, we are safe and sound, have plenty of food and will probably bring out the games tonight. We are fine, but please keep others in your prayers who are really having a hard time with flooding.