Wednesday, November 30, 2011

It got even better!!!

So....I didn't get to post our end to the hunt because we were busy looking for the deer that TJ shot! It was almost dark and to my right I hear footsteps and movement. I slowly look and what do you know, an 8 point! I excitedly nudge TJ and then we see another one come out. It was a cull (ugly duckling) 7 point. TJ wanted to kill that one. The 8 point wasn't big enough and he didn't want the cull to reproduce. So judgmental!!! Ha! Anyway, he got him! We looked for almost an hour and finally found him. Here is a picture! Hope everyone had a blessed thanksgiving,

Thursday, November 24, 2011

A good end to a rough day...

For 29 years I have been at the same house for Thanksgiving but today was my last time. My grandmothers favorite day of the year was today! She went to Heaven this year in August and it's been a busy and very sad couple of months. I will say my aunt came through and learned how to make my grandmothers cornbread dressing pretty good. It wasn't the same but it was nice closure. I even got to sit at the grown ups table in the dinning room. That was a first and last all in the same day! After lunch we went home, changed clothes, and grabbed Ally. We headed down to the farm and are sitting in a beautiful field hunting right now. What a beautiful afternoon. I am very thankful for this.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


My mom and I spent last Saturday in Auburn for the homecoming game. It was fun taking my mom and I can't remember the last time we have been in Auburn together much less at a football game! We had a great time. David and Jackie were great hosts as always. My mom and I took a picture in front of my Freshman dorm. We have the same picture from 11 years ago...yes I said 11 years!!! That is so hard to believe. My mom was pretty emotional. It was a huge accomplishment for her to send me to school. I am as proud of her as I hope she is of me! Here are some pictures from the weekend...War Eagle!

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Lets go for a hayride!!

TJ and I took my two cousins, Kaylin and Braylen, to the country a couple of weekends ago. It was a fun filled day! We went on a hayride and saw a Sasquatch! We also picked pecans, cotton, and peanuts. They carved pumpkins and rode The golf cart and four wheelers too! They even shot some cans with TJ's 22, I think that was their favorite. It was so fun to see these city kids out in the country. I love these youngins so much! Here are some pictures from our day.