Category Archives: branson

a few good things about small towns

i am a city girl. i was born and raised in austin and i consider myself to be one who enjoys what a big town has to offer. but let’s be serious, i am from texas, so that means i … Continue reading

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never. rarely. ok, sometimes cool.

friday night was a big night in branson. and i have been excited about it for 2 months now. (i’m not sure i should have told you that.) yes, september 17th was the night chain reaction, a journey tribute band, … Continue reading

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if you live in the ozarks, you’ll be super duper excited.

target has done it once again.  they have chosen to stock a product that is in poor, poor judgement. (author’s note: i hope i don’t have readers who are offended by this because they have already excitedly purchased this item… hey, to … Continue reading

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my first mother’s day

yesterday was sunday, may 9 2010, and it was my very first mother’s day. the hubby and i got up as usual and got ready for church in the morning.  we enjoyed a delicious “breakfast” that we picked up the … Continue reading

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girly shot/party pic

on saturday night, we attended a precious wedding here in branson for our friends chris & lauren. i got to get dressed up (probably one of my favorite things to do, but sadly don’t get to do much here in … Continue reading

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may showers are better than all these april rain showers

yesterday, four sweet girls threw me and LL a shower here in branson.  we had a great time; drank our weight in ginger ale punch, wrote on diapers and once things got really crazy… onesies and custom burpcloths were hung from … Continue reading

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what i saw when i woke up today

i know for some of you, this might be a normal winter occurence. one of these people is my husband. you grew up looking at the snow in the winter and loved the rare days when you had school cancelled … Continue reading

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