Wednesday, June 20, 2012


I don't think this picture needs many words to describe it. I'll just take Alex Pettyfer, maybe Channing Tatum. He can just sit there and be pretty. No need to speak, just shhhhh... be pretty!

I once went to a Chippendales show. Back in the mid 1990s. I must say it was AMAZING. I won a lap dance from all the guys. Those were the days of being 19 and single and able to throw dollar bills on the stage to sexy sweaty men.

Now days I'll settle for watching these lovely men grace the big screen. Let's all hope and pray it comes to IMAX 3-D, huh ladies.

Sunday, June 17, 2012


Today is Father's Day. I really wish I was down in MS with my dad today. He's been in the hospital since Friday. He's having a venogram done on Monday. I was supposed to leave Saturday morning to be with him, but a variety of things kept me from making the trip.

My dad and I have had a some what rocky relationship since my mom died in 1991. But as of the past year we seem to have gotten better. I think it got better after what transpired this past summer with my brother. We have made peace with each other, my dad and I.

He's been more willing to talk to me about family things, acknowledging things that can't be changed but knowing he did the best he could at the time.

My dad taught me to fish, to ride a horse, to drive a truck. He made me a wooden toy train set when I was little and always let me sit on his lap to drive the car. He's a wealth of knowledge and a bit of a hoarder. Do you need a toliet? My dad has 2 of them in his barn. Need a phone book from 1980, he's got one of those too. He can tell you anything about farm animals or how to grow the perfect crop of tomatoes.

My dad hasn't always been perfect, but he's always been my dad. And I love him very much.
Friday, June 1, 2012

Graduation Day

It was a long road. Been alot of struggles. Heartaches. It hasn't always been easy, but she finally did it. My neice graduated high school May 18, 2012. She turned 18 five days before too. Two milestones down. Many more to come.
I'm so proud of her!