My friends and I took a little trip to a big city last May, and I am finally getting around to blogging about it. What a fun adventure we had! Hope you enjoy reading about it! What is it with NYC? Several of my Mississippi and Alabama friends and people on my Facebook news feed … More Four Little Bites of the Big Apple
Andy Pandy Murry will have a big birthday tomorrow. 50 – he is coming for you. Wow!! Some of you friends and family who are reading this have already reached this milestone and survived. Way to go! For our younger friends, I can imagine that this number seems so far away. Half a century! Five decades. … More Fifty is Nifty and Andy is Dandy
…well, because…this is where we live now! So, I guess we will be Springing, Summering, and Falling here, too. Just wanted to give you people an update on our southwestern adventures thus far. Of course, there will be pictures so you don’t get bored with my writing. Before I go any further, though…..I have to … More Wintering in Arizona…
Latest, Greatest Recipes What is up, friends?? Andy and I are still hanging out here in Kansas. Our March was mad with activity, and April is holding its own. Thought we would share some of the food that has gotten us through. These recipes are keepers in the Murry household: White Chocolate Raspberry Scones M & … More Fun Foods, Alabamians in KC, Puppy Therapy, and Elvis
I GOT NOTHIN’ … More I Got Nothing
A couple of months ago, Andy was itching for a vacation. He wanted to “getouttatown”. So, we planned and schemed and made some plans with Southwest, Hotwire, and Enterprise (thank you, Kristyna!). Denver was our destination. We figured that since we were this far West, we might as well keep moving in that direction. Friends … More Go West Young….uh, Middle-Aged Man!
I surely do love my mother, and I bet you do, too. You know, I have a pet peeve related to social media. Besides the fact that there is an epidemic of the inability to correctly use Your vs You’re, there is a little trend that bugs me more than poor grammar. I cringe when ever I read “My … More Word to My Mother