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"I'm bored", "There isn't anything to do".  Sound familiar?   When my children tell me they are bored, I look at them puzzled and say, "How?"  When I was a kid the only time I was ever bored was when I got into the back seat of the family car on a Sunday afternoon and took a "Sunday drive" with m...
01/11/2010
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I was born on the 4th of July.  Being born a firecracker has its advantages.  First, I get the day off of work just for my birthday.  And as an added bonus, most of you get the day off, too.  Secondly, it's just cool to be born on America's birthday.  Third and most importantly, I get a dollar fo...
01/11/2010
When the Lord gets a hold of you, you know it.   Back in late April of this year, I felt Him urging me to volunteer my decorating services to Gateway Cottage of Hodac.   I said, "Lord, my life is so busy.  I don't have time."   But He didn't want to hear my excuses.   So, I walked into Hodac, int...
01/11/2010
In 1977 when we moved to Bonaire from Warner Robins, I thought my parents had taken me completely out of civilization. On the five acres we moved to, there was no cable, no convenience stores in sight to support my Almond Joy candy bar habit, rusty well water, and we had a "party line" where we s...
01/11/2010
This month my 14 year old daughter Bailey and I travelled to New York City with six other ladies for a "girls week out".  The cost of the trip was fairly inexpensive with our roundtrip air flight less than $200/pp and a great rate at our downtown Manhattan hotel because of a friend of a friend wh...
01/11/2010
My nine year old son called me at work and asked, "Mommy, do you weigh more than 200 pounds?"  I was shocked by his question and knew that we needed to work more on his knowledge of weights and measurements and to teach him to be better at his manners.   He explained that he wanted us to go to Mo...
01/11/2010
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During the summers as a teenager, I would visit family living in Savannah.  Most of the time my parents would drive me there but one summer I rode down on the Greyhound bus.  I had never been on a commercial bus before.  I was used to riding the school bus with my friends so I was a little fright...
01/11/2010
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Living in the Warner Robins area all of my life, I've had the privilege of growing up southern.   My husband John on the other hand really doesn't have any roots, per se.  When he was younger, his father was in the United States Army and they moved to different states or countries every three yea...
01/11/2010
In the 1960s,  my parents would load my baby brother and me up in the back seat of their Ford Galaxy with blankets, pillows and a bassinet and we'd head out for a night at the movies at the M and T Drive-In Theatre.    It was located at Hwy 247 and Ignico Drive in Warner Robins from the mid-1950s...
01/11/2010
Braving the cold temperatures Saturday morning, my children and I ventured out to the Warner Robins Christmas Parade, an annual tradition for me since I was a child.   I can remember the excitement of sitting in the back of the truck huddled together with other city rec department cheerleaders as...
01/11/2010
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