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If you didn’t hear see me tweeting, instagraming and facebooking all about my Dad’s spine surgery this past week than you are probably one of the few (and lucky).  He had two crazy, painful surgeries this past week to repair his poor tweaked spine – you know, that same pain that’s been bothering him since […]

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  • Teresa Short

    Thanks for that! I really enjoyed reading it.ReplyCancel

  • Sara Ortiz

    Awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Vicki Linn

    Thanks for keeping us posted!ReplyCancel

  • Sylvia Vasquez Culling

    Just saw this.. thanks.. don’t want to bug your mom! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Ashley W.

    I should have mentioned, “Wanted to call Sara and tell her how sorry he was she had to have surgery too.” He was so worried about you! 😉ReplyCancel

I just edited 9000 images in the past two weeks. 9800 to be exact, but that last 800 hundred, eh. Who’s counting?! So as you can imagine “9000” was just kinda stuck in my head all day long (my hurting head and eyes keep reminding me)  and I realized that there is only one thing that […]

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  • Rachael Wilson

    Oh gosh this sounds amazing! I don’t think I’ve ever even had Ambrosia! You guys like pecans? I just so happen to have 4 pecan trees that produced this season despite the severe drought these past two years. The pecans are native to Oklahoma so the pecans are on the smaller side with harder shells than the popular paper shell pecans found in California and other parts of the States. But even though they’re smaller the meat is much sweeter than the paper shell variety. I think we gathered over 50lbs this season with easily another 25+ still on the ground and trees. If you’re interested I’d love to send you a big bag worth. I think they’d be considered organic, because I don’t treat the trees with pesticides. They’re definitely natural! If you’re interested email me. Rachael.wilson2005@gmail.com you’re info, and I’ll get some sent out to you. =)ReplyCancel

  • Candace Wingo

    Mimi always used to make Ambrosia.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley W.

    We LOVE pecans. I feel like that might cost a million dollars to ship though? Have you ever shipped them?ReplyCancel

  • Ashley W.

    It’s definitely southern. I stole this recipe from my Grandma, she made it often.ReplyCancel

Every day is an adventure.

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  • I went to order the Pride and Predjudice little reader off amazon and they were out of stock!!!! I was going to get it for Trin for Christmas because she has watched the BBC Pride and Predjudice at least 30 times. 🙂 – love your scarf/bandana thingReplyCancel

    • Ashley of Lovelock

      Terrible! Did you check again, they have to get more soon! 🙁ReplyCancel