I love sharing some of what makes New Orleans's Mardi Gras so unique. Below you will see how New Orleanians mark their spots on the parade routes; a group of folks parading in Lazy Boy recliners; Endymion (one of the largest parades) ends its parade by going into the Superdome (2 videos of this); a… Continue reading 03.05.19 Mardi Gras in New Orleans 2016 reposted and updated
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - The Tangipahoa Parish Fair 2018 was last weekend. The school children were allowed off of school the Friday of that weekend. We've lived in Tangipahoa Parish (that's like a county in other states) for over 30 years and have never been to the fair. We went this year and took… Continue reading 10.17.18 Tangipahoa Parish Fair 2018
We left Amite on Sunday morning May 29th and arrived in Savannah, GA on Wednesday June 1st. Here's some of the things we saw along the way. First, us leaving our home in Amite! Had to take one last photo of some of our flowers, and of course of Dora and Boots getting ready to… Continue reading 06.02.16 Amite, Louisiana to Savannah, Georgia
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 - If you haven't read the Bible cover to cover, here's a little enticement so you'll know what to expect when you do read it! THE BIBLE IN THREE MINUTES https://www.facebook.com/pastor.sunday.adelaja/videos/10153760296383845/ In no way should this be a substitute for reading and studying the Bible, just a little preview of what… Continue reading 06.01.16 The Bible in Three Minutes
Monday, May 30, 2016 - Some of the best places we've visited are ones we just stumble across traveling down the highway. Today was definitely one of those times! While driving along Georgia Highway 96 on our way to Dublin, Georgia we started seeing signs that Lane Southern Orchards were ahead. At 50 Lane Road,… Continue reading 05.30.16 Lane Southern Orchards
My friend M'Lou Thompson wrote the following on Facebook this morning and graciously said I could share it with you. Recently, we were on a military base for a reunion of Vietnam pilots. At the formal dinner, a lone table was set, apart from all the other tables. Next to the table were caps from… Continue reading 05.30.16 Memorial Day 2016
Friday, May 27, 2016 - This week Madisyn played her last two softball games. Before Thursday I think they only won one game. Thursday they won their last game and they won it big. All the girls played good, some played great, they scored, they stopped the other team from scoring, lots of fun! Whether… Continue reading 05.27.16 Madisyn’s last two softball games
Happy Wacky Wednesday! - Nope it's not Wednesday and this is not that blog. This was Madisyn's contribution to today's blog. She posed for all the photos as her other contribution! Sunday May 22nd to Wednesday May 25th, 2016 - We got to spend Sunday evening to Wednesday evening with that little spitfire which we… Continue reading 05.26.16 Madisyn, Grannie and Paw Paw fun times!
Week of May 16 to May 21, 2016 9 Tuesday morning we attended Madisyn's awards celebration at Tucker Elementary in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. A room full of first graders and lots of parents, grandparents, etc. Madisyn had a total of eight of us there for her. Chip, Misty, Roy, me, Liz, Artie, Ms. Jackie, Mr. Danny! … Continue reading 05.21.16 This past week in Chauvinland!
Saturday, May 14, 2016 - Roy went earlier this week with our brother in law, George to the Tangi RC Flyers Association flying field in Hammond, where George is a member. George has been building and flying remote control planes since I was a little girl so I estimate he has about 60 years of… Continue reading 05.17.16 A day at the flying field!