Monthly Archives: July 2011

My Keggie Cracks Me Up!

Hey y’all! I’m the Sweetness Czar of ATS. That’s what my Keggie calls me. My folks named me Carlisle Mae. I wish y’all could see what’s on my feet. They are socky things with little rattle toys on the toes. … Continue reading

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The Dog Rules, Sanctioned by Dixie Belle the Squirrel Patrol Czar

Hey y’all, I would love to say that I wrote these rules. I did not. They came via an email, but Dixie Belle and I have laughed ourselves silly over it. We have concurred that it is the truth, the … Continue reading

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I Brought You Home in my Heart

Dear friend I met at Perdido Bay, We had such a short time to visit– but your warm and easy nature coupled with your openess about your very fresh grief planted you deep in my heart.  We brought you home. I’m upset … Continue reading

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Decorating Disaster of Perdido Bay

Hey y’all! I see all of your lovely messages on twitter and Fbook and I’ll get to ’em, tomboy honor. In the meantime, we have agreed that we have seriously weak sand castle skills in this family! We were hoping … Continue reading

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Family Reunions or Uncle Who Did What?!

Hey y’all, “tell the truth and stay in church”, (that would be one of my peoples’ fav sayings), did y’all go to your family reunions this summer? I had two, only made one. (Mass apologies to mama’s side!) Of course, truth … Continue reading

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Don’t Feed the Author

Hey y’all, this morning’s book signing/discussion for Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat, She Just Weighs Heavy at the Lincoln Parish Library in Ruston, LA exceeded my  expectations! As my author friends know full well, we NEVER know what to expect … Continue reading

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Bring words with you and follow me

Hey y’all, Like me, you may have read the following prayer before. Like me, you may want to read it again. It  was offered for our nation over the country’s radio airwaves by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 6, … Continue reading

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