Oh, Scotland, How I Miss Thee..

Less than a month ago, I was lucky enough to visit Ireland, Scotland and England. I absolutely loved, loved, loved Scotland. If I wasn’t married to my wonderful, incognito redneck, I would’ve begged some poor, unfortunate Scottish soul to marry me just so I could’ve stayed. Instead, I tried to soak in every single second […]

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Ramblin’ Misfit

It seems like forever since I’ve been on here. The last few months have flown by for this girl. I was on the road most of February – hit 11 states for work in 10 days. Then I spent almost a week in Arkansas. Here’s a few snaps from the work trip(s). In-between all of the […]

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Home

I happen to live in a small town where we have one caution light in the county and alcohol is non-existent. Before moving here, I didn’t realize there was such a thing as a dry county where alcohol isn’t sold anywhere – it’s not sold in grocery stores, restaurants and not a single liquor store […]

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Live Your Best Life

I’ve been reminiscing quite a bit lately. My oldest son will be turning sixteen in two weeks, which seems impossible to me. Where does the time go? If I died tomorrow, I know the one thing I have not failed at is being the best mom to my boys. Having a child when you are […]

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Old Stories & Memories

I’ve been combing through old laptops, moving pictures and old stories to a USB drive. There were a few stories I had started, then stopped. When my grandmother died, a piece of me died as well. There was a part of me that was sad that I couldn’t share my stories with her, and when […]

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Query Life

I have an infinite amount of respect for authors. Everyone who writes a novel, edits the heck out of it, drafts the query letter, and sends it off to literary agents, is hoping their story resonates with the person they are sending it to. Authors have to have thick skin, right? Even some of the […]

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Kindness

I have spent quite a bit of time shuffling through airports – from the nice, small airports like the one in Louisville, KY to the bustling, chaotic one in Atlanta, GA. I always find it interesting to sit back and just watch people. There are so many people in different stages of their lives, with […]

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