One of the people I’ve known the longest in my life is my Papa. For all but 8 months of my life growing up (until I went to college), he lived across the pasture from me. He taught me to fish and make french fries from scratch. He always called me Kimberly. He taught me how to pick oranges and muscadines. He fought in battles to make this country what it is today. And at 93, he is still mowing his yard, and having conversations about the government or fishing to anyone who will listen. Thanks Papa for serving our country!
You don’t need to be planning a wedding, or going to a wedding to enjoy these cocktails. On a side note, I got to hang out with Cathy this week at our Pursuit Communities Atlanta Friendsgiving. I made a tart, did the place cards, many others brought yummy foods, Mandi hosted the event, we sat around the table discussing our craft, our families, our histories and our futures. Thankful for this creative group.
All you moms out there – you need to read this. So gospel centered and right on point.
I do love a good cookbook, but there are so many out there. How do you pick a good cookbook?
Tonight, if it were just my mister and me, I would make this soup, and have some of this apple pie, and just hang out on the couch.
Raising kids makes me think about a lot: how I was raised, how I want to raise my boys, what does it mean to be a family in 2016 and beyond.